October 2022

“Quiet Quitting” is a term that recently went viral on social media. It describes the trend that many employers may be experiencing in which employees do not go above and beyond at their job and just meet the requirements in their job description. There are many factors that could be the cause of the quiet...
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When you sign a contract, you are entitled to certain rights under the contract. However, sometimes it is possible to give up one or more of those rights, such that you can no longer rely on them. This is done through a legal doctrine called “waiver.” How do you know if you or your contracting...
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A significant portion of a real estate agent’s income is commission. Typically, commission is only paid where a sale is completed. However, some courts have interpreted that a commission is still due and owing even if the transaction is not completed. The Listing Agreement As with any contract, it is important to read and understand...
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