The January 23, 2018 blog post Who Owns the Copyright to Real Estate Photographs? has prompted another Real Estate Professional to ask about what seems to be a more common … Continue reading Who Owns the Photo Copyright When One Professional Hires Another?
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay employees at least minimum wage for every hour (or fraction) worked, and to pay overtime (at time-and-a-half) for all time exceeding 40 hours in a week.
The January 4, 2018 blog post Real Estate Professionals Need to Minimize the Risk of Getting Sued for Copyright Infringement has prompted a Real Estate Professional to ask about the … Continue reading Who Owns the Copyright to Real Estate Photographs?
Five Great Reasons to Write Great Job Descriptions Before you hire your first (or next) employee, really take the time to write a great job description for the position. A … Continue reading Five Great Reasons to Write Great Job Descriptions
Legal Risks for Home Sellers who Have Home Surveillance Systems What is a Home Surveillance System? More and more homeowners have installed surveillance systems in their homes, sometimes without realizing … Continue reading Legal Risks for Home Sellers who Have Home Surveillance Systems
Are you a real estate professional? If so, you need to be careful about any photograph or other image you use in the course of your business.
This is the second in an ongoing series of posts on Real Estate business and law. Please see [link to first post on Home Buyers should consult with an experienced … Continue reading When Home Sellers Do and Don’t Need a Lawyer
I was recently asked for help determining when Home Buyers should consult with an experienced Real Estate lawyer.
Tone at the Top is Vital for Preventing Sexual Harassment! (Note on December 5, 2017 – given all of recent harassment accusations against business and political figures, it seems useful … Continue reading Tone at the Top is Vital for Preventing Sexual Harassment!
Do you have a sales contract that you copied off the Internet, or a 20 page monstrosity filled with dusty old language like “Whereas,” “Hereinbefore,” and “Hereinabove?”