Ms. Kadosh, a real estate broker, has been providing attorneys with expert witness and litigation/arbitration support since 1987. She stands ready to testify to the standard of care and practices of California sales agents and supervising brokers with respect to real property transactions, including foreclosures and auctions. Her expertise lies in the following areas: real estate ethics, agency relationships, fiduciary duty, due diligence and disclosure. Ms. Kadosh particularly enjoys helping attorneys evaluate, develop and settle their cases prior to arbitration or litigation.
A real estate educator since 1983, Ms. Kadosh has taught numerous continuing education and college-level courses, including Real Estate Practice at UC Berkeley Extension.
Ms. Kadosh, the revision author of the Real Estate Practice Instructor and Students Study Guides for the California community college system, also authored the Ethics chapter for the McGraw-Hill Real Estate Handbook.
She served as the 2000 and 2005 President of the Berkeley Association of REALTORS® and has chaired the Professional Standards Committee from 1995 to the present, except for 2000 and 2005. Additionally, she serves as an interboard arbitrator and mediator for the California Association of REALTORS®.
After an initial conversation, Ms. Kadosh will be happy to send you a detailed resume of her qualifications, a list of references, and a fee schedule for consultation, testimony at deposition, arbitration, trial, and public hearings.