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So You Want to Be a Real Estate Agent

During my 26 years practicing real estate law, and with over ten thousand real estate closings under my belt, I have seen my share of real estate agents. Some great. Others, not so much. The great ones, however, all share the same traits, and, in...

Attorney Spotlight: Evan D. Rosenberg

This month’s Attorney Spotlight introduces you to Real Estate Practice Group Attorney Evan D. Rosenberg. Mr. Rosenberg represents commercial real estate investors, developers, tenants, and lenders in the facilitation of acquisition, sale, and lease transactions. His practice also includes the negotiation, drafting, and structuring of purchase...

Unlicensed Practice of Law

Q:  As a realtor, how do I know what I’m allowed to do myself, and what I need to hire an attorney to do? A: Real estate professionals often have questions about what might constitute the unlicensed practice of law – commonly known as UPL –...

Pre-Judgment and Post-Judgment Interest

Q: If I have to sue to get my commission paid, do I get interest on the unpaid amount? A: The Florida Statutes provide that the plaintiff in a lawsuit is entitled to judgment on the amounts being sued for, both after and potentially before a...

Liquidated Damages and Your Listing Agreement

Q: Will the courts enforce the liquidated damages provision in my listing agreement? A: That depends on a few things. A liquidated damages provision in a listing agreement sets forth the amount of money both parties agree will be paid to the broker in the event that...