In Coughlin v. Harland L. Weaver, Inc., 103 Cal. App. 2d (1951), the listing agent was liable to a prospective buyer who fell down the basement steps theorizing the listing agent was holding “open house” and therefore had possession and control of the property. Consequently, the typical Errors & Omissions insurance carried today by real […]
David A. Grabhorn, Esq. is a Senior Counsel with Messina & Hankin LLP.
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The Decision Just because an Employer has the legal right to discharge for a bad reason, or no reason, does not mean it is good business to do so. Moreover, discharging for an illegal motive, thereby becoming exposed to the risks of governmental review and liability from lawsuits, is simply not prudent. Finally, the cost […]