Conflict Resolution with Fred Pfister (Deposit & Liquidated Damages)

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Mar 20, 2024 10:00:00 AM

Protect your hard-earned commissions from being tied up or lost amid deposit disputes.

Conflict Resolution with Fred Pfister (Deposit & Liquidated Damages)

To effectively handle issues that may arise during transactions, it is crucial to have knowledge and skills related to disputes and conflict resolution. 

Attorney Fred Pfister, a real estate law specialist, will provide invaluable insights and strategies that will allow Realtors to effectively navigate processes and resolve disputes, thereby enhancing your professional profile. 

Register today!

Wednesday | April 10th, 2024
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM 

PSAR East Center
1150 Broadway, El Cajon, CA 92021
Free to PSAR Members

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Here are the key takeaways from this class: 

  • The most common triggers for disputes and how to proactively avoid them

  • Understanding of key legal concepts like liquidated damages and cancellation rights that are crucial for resolving disputes.

  • Constructive dispute resolution methods that serve your client's interests 

  • Insider tips and best practices for representing your clients while mitigating risks and protecting your reputation.

  • Confidence in your capacity to navigate these delicate scenarios gracefully.

Fred PfisterMeet the speaker: 

Atty. Fred Pfister focuses on real estate and business litigation and transactional matters related to real estate and business. Pfister represents clients in disputes involving real estate sales, leases, titles, transactions, and other commercial issues. He also handles business entity formation, transactions, commercial leases, and general counsel work.

He aims to resolve potential disputes through pre-litigation advisement to help clients avoid costly litigation. His background includes commercial litigation at another firm as well as experience in IT consulting and project management before becoming a lawyer. Pfister has a degree in Computer Information Systems from Indiana University.


Topics: Education