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New class-action lawsuits have been filed alledging the National Association of Realtors has conspired with local multiple listing services and major realty brokerage companies to force sellers to pay a commission to the broker/agent who brings in the buyer.
(Cross-posted from CNN) After moving eight times as her husband's job transferred them around the world, Lindy Chapman felt she knew a thing or two about selling real estate. Unlike her first home purchases, by 2015 she could do most of the initial research online,...
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Justice Catalyst Law and Partner Organizations Send Letter to the National Association of Forensic Economics
Justice Catalyst Law, in partnership with 15 other organizations, recently sent a letter to the National Association of Forensic Economics to demand that they take action to stop economists from using race and gender to discriminate against women and people of color...
Public Rights Project & Justice Catalyst Release Guide to Help Local Governments Promote Safe and Just Communities
The guide presents a bold vision that local governments can — and should — proactively protect the legal rights of their communities.
Worth Rises has just won a major victory in the battle for prison phone justice. Yesterday, industry behemoth Securus pulled out of its agreement to purchase ICSolutions. This transaction would have further consolidated the prison telecom industry and given Securus...