07 Aug The Lovely Land of License Law: Be Wise and Avoid Disaster The Lovely Land of License Law: Be Wise and Avoid Disaster Wednesday, August 7, 2019 (10:00 AM to 1:00 PM) 3.0 CE Hours Atlanta REALTORS® Center, Atlanta, Georgia ARA, License Law FREE to ARA Members! Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancelation Policy FREE to ARA Members! $25 deposit, refunded if cancelled within 48 hours or with attendance. This program will fulfill the 3-hour license law mandatory requirement needed by all Georgia licensees to renew their real estate license. You will gain an understanding of nine aspects of the Georgia Real Estate Commission required license law topics. You will explore and discuss the genesis of the laws and the sources from which the law derives. Topics include unfair trade practices, brokerage relationships, management responsibilities, advertising, handling real estate transactions and licensees acting as principals. Atlanta REALTORS® Center Atlanta REALTORS® Center5784 Lake Forrest DriveAtlanta, GA 30328 Map & Directions Monica Gilroy Monica K. Gilroy, a founding principal of Gilroy Bailey Trumble, is the firm managing partner and has over 20 years of experience practicing law. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin and a J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law. In addition, Ms. Gilroy attended the Ealing College of Higher Education in a study abroad program. Ms. Gilroy leads the Litigation Department as the focus of her national litigation practice includes all aspects of real estate litigation, including foreclosure and title disputes, broker and agent liability defense, mortgage fraud-related litigation and civil and commercial contract disputes. She also leads the Default Department providing national foreclosure, bankruptcy, loss mitigation and eviction services. More » FREE to ARA Members! $25 deposit, refunded if cancelled within 48 hours or with attendance.Sustainability and high performance building incorporates construction and development techniques, materials and designs intended to minimize a home's impact on the environment and conserve natural resources. It is a practical response to a wide range of issues, affecting all consumers, including rising energy costs, the need to improve air quality, ensure clean water and minimize water usage.