|ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE PRACTICE OF REAL ESTATE: WHAT EVERY ATTORNEY MUST KNOW WHEN HANDLING A TRANSACTION|
Monday, Jan 11 2010
For mail-in registration or a flyer for this program; please click Course detail in PDF format. For additional information call 212-382-6663 or fax 212-869-4451
A vast majority of attorneys,whether in small or large firms,will be involved in a real estate transaction during the course of their practice. There are many ethical pitfalls into which one may fall while handling real estate transactions. Some of these ethical issues are obvious, but others are far more difficult to recognize. This updated course will examine in detail day-to-day ethical issues that confront real estate attorneys and general practitioners. Special emphasis will be made on conflicts of interest, the
holding of escrow monies, and title issues. This program’s updated content will provide CLE credit to all attendees, even if they attended this program in the past.
Program Chair: Geoffrey R. Mazel, Hankin & Mazel, PLLC
Sponsoring Association Committee: Cooperative & Condominium Law, Eva Talel, Chair
This program provides 2.5 credits in ethics for the New York State MCLE requirements.
California & Illinois credit differs as it is based on a 60-minute credit hour.
This live program provided transitional credit to newly admitted attorneys; the recording does not provide transitional credit to newly admitted attorneys.
|Member: $ 365.00 ||Nonmember: $ 435.00 |
|Member: $ 475.00 ||Nonmember: $ 565.00 |
|Course Material |
|Member: $ 105.00 ||Nonmember: $ 135.00 |