12 Nov Common Disclosure Lawsuits and Hot Topics Common Disclosure Lawsuits and Hot Topics Thursday, November 12, 2020 (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM) 1 CE Hours Webinar Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancellation Policy In this course, attendees can expect an overview of common disclosure lawsuits in Oregon arising out of residential and commercial real estate transactions as well as tips to avoid these lawsuits to pass along to clients. Material includes an overview of the litigation process including demands, mediation, written discovery, depositions, and arbitration as well as arbitrator selection and forum considerations. Finally, Mr. Eike will present a recent case study he litigated involving representation of a buyer who purchased a property with an undisclosed easement which has a detrimental impact on the real market value and usability of the property. Webinar Webinar Kevin Eike Kevin A. Eike is a member of the Oregon State and Washington State Bars practicing Real Estate Law in Portland, Oregon for the past 20 years. He is a certified Arbitrator and Mediator and regularly serves as a Arbitrator and Mediator in Real Estate and Construction cases. In addition to being a practicing attorney, arbitrator, and mediator, Kevin holds a current Real Estate Broker’s license in Oregon. He is the current owner of Eike Law, P.C. a premier boutique law firm specializing in a wide array of real estate and construction matters, owner of Kevin A. Eike Arbitration & Mediation, Eike Realty, Eike Properties, and Eike Aviation. Kevin speaks regularly to lawyers, realtors, judges, property managers, and other industry professionals on a wide array of topic germane to real estate, construction, home owner associations, litigation, arbitration and mediation. After completing registration, all participants will receive an email from OAR providing webinar login instructions, CE directions, and handouts (if applicable). All OAR webinars are individual, meaning each participant who would like to receive CE from the webinar must purchase the webinar and view it completely. 50 minutes of seat time is required per 1 hour of education to receive CE for a webinar. Any participant who views the webinar for less than 50 minutes will not receive CE, no exceptions. By signing into the webinar with the same first and last name that you registered with, OAR will be able to verify your attendance and issue you a CE certificate.All participants who meet the mandatory seat-time requirement and paid for the webinar will be provided a CE certificate in their member profile up to one week after the date of the webinar. OAR strives to offer the best experience possible with live webinars. However, OAR cannot be responsible for user technology factors such as internet connection speed or technology that may affect the quality of the webinar transmission. Please click here to see the minimum system requirements for viewing webinars.To receive a full refund, a cancellation request must be received via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) 48-hours prior to the start of any webinar. All cancellation requests received after the 48-hour time period will not be issued a refund. No refunds or credit given for no-shows. Emergency cancellations may be considered by the course provider and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.