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You have heard all the hype about the class action alleging anti-trust violations against the National Association of REALTORS®, Multiple Listing Services and others.  But what is the suit really all about?  What are the allegations?  What is the status of the suit?  What are the real issues?  What are the parties saying?  What will happen next?  How long will this go on?  Find out in this informative RESPRO® Webinar.

 

Speaker:

Francis "Trip" Riley, Esq.

Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein Lehr, LLP

  

Trip represents clients who are facing complex civil litigation filed by a single plaintiff, as well as class actions, arising from commercial and consumer financing, consumer-facing services and product sales, and business-to-business transactions and competition. He prides himself on understanding his clients' unique businesses and partners with them to help achieve results in line with their goals in the often highly-charged setting of civil litigation. However, when a difficult dispute cannot otherwise be resolved, Trip and his team are prepared to go to trial. Trip is admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, District of New Jersey and Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Third Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. Supreme Court.

 

 

 

 Moderator:

Ken Trepeta, Esq.

President & Executive Director, RESPRO®

 

Ken Trepeta became President and Executive Director of RESPRO® in July of 2015. Prior to joining RESPRO®, Ken served as Director of Real Estate Services for the National Association of Realtors® and in other roles at NAR for nearly a decade. He covered the broader real estate industry acting as liaison to senior executives at large real estate firms and their affiliated businesses. He was also NAR's in house RESPA expert.   Ken worked in government affairs for five years prior to joining NAR as a vice president at both JP Morgan Chase and representing the CEOs of the largest financial services firms in the world at the Financial Services Forum where he worked on tax, banking, housing, legal reform, and retirement security issues


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