This package includes videos from the Hot Topics in Real Estate Forum, from November of 2020. This year's speakers and topics to include:
Tennessee Real Estate Case Law Update: You Be the Judge
Frost Brown Todd, LLC
2020 Tennessee Legislative Report
Charles B. Welch, Jr.
Farris Mathews Bobango Public Strategies, LLC; TNLTA Legislative Counsel
HOA ISSUES IN AN EVER-CHANGING WORLD
Scott D. Weiss
Ortale Kelley Law Firm
Tennessee Association Realtors Commercial Real Estate Contracts
The Poe Firm PC/Tri-State Title Germantown
Force Majeure, Notice Provisions and Other Boiler Plate Items
Lewis, Thomason, King, Krieg & Waldrop, P.C
Vacation Homes, Mobile Phones, And Student Loans: RPC 5.5 In a (Hopefully) Post-Pandemic World
Lewis, Thomason, King, Krieg & Waldrop, P.C.
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In an interactive presentation of recent real estate cases involving Tennessee law, participants will have the opportunity to guess the outcome of each case based on a summary of its key facts. The real outcome and practical takeaways will also be shared during the presentation.
Topics to be discussed include legislation affecting the Real Estate and Title industry and major legislation.
Dealing with constantly changing political & social issues, COVID-related challenges, unnecessary hurdles created by HOA documents and problematic trends all create new problems for HOAs.
This Session will review the Tennessee Association of Realtors Form Commercial Purchase and Sale Agreement and related Exhibits. The Speaker will cover pertinent terms that Should Not Be Overlooked For The Closing.
This session will provide guidance on negotiating contract provisions that are often overlooked, but in light of the pandemic deserve closer scrutiny.
This session will discuss developments in 2020 impacting lawyers who practice across state lines and explore in what ways the restrictions and authorizations laid out in RPC 5.5 regarding the practice of law in states where a lawyer is not licensed do, or do not, make sense when more and more lawyers and firms are performing remote work. This session will also offer a refresher on how our ethics rules embed a choice of law regime for disciplinary infractions through RPC 8.5.