Top 5 Reasons REALTORS® Are Sued – In Person Only
Tuesday, December 14th, 2021
Breakfast 8:30 – Class 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
FREE, 3 hours Business Ethics CE
Location: 2950 Pineda Plaza Way, Palm Shores Fl 32940Registration Here
Instructor: Michael Godat, Esq.
Meet your 3-hour continuing education “Business Ethics” requirement in this highly informative, relevant class. Knowledgeable, experienced attorneys from our underwriter, Title Resources Guaranty Company, will take you through the top 5 reasons Realtors are sued; how each relates back to our Code of Ethics; and best practices for protecting yourself, your broker and your clients.
Masks are optional.
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WAIVER REGARDING COVID-19
By attending any meeting(s) in person at any facility owned or operated by The Space Coast Association of Realtors© , Inc. , you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to the virus that can cause COVID-19 (or other illnesses) exists in any public place where persons are present. By attending, you voluntarily and knowingly assume all risks related to such exposure, and voluntarily and knowingly waive any causes of action, rights, or claims against the Space Coast Association of Realtors© , Inc. or any of its affiliates, directors, officers, employees, or agents regarding COVID-19 or other illness or injury, and any damages arising therefrom, which may result from your attendance or presence at such facility.
Mickey Godat was born in St. Louis, MO and is a graduate of Loyola University in New Orleans and St. Louis University School of Law. He began his title career as in-house counsel for a large title agency in St. Louis, MO. From there he moved to New Orleans, North Carolina, and Florida to be on the underwriting side of the business where he has been for the last 22 years working for various underwriters in multiple capacities. In 2010, he moved to Title Resources Guaranty Company where he is currently a Vice President and underwriting counsel managing the East Region, handling issues from Florida to Louisiana up to Maine.