After an 11-day trial in the case of Burnett v. NAR et al, the eight-person jury in a Kansas City, Mo., federal courtroom came back Tuesday and found NAR and other corporate defendants liable in the case. 

NAR had presented in court that its rules prioritize consumers, support market-driven pricing and promote business competition. This matter is not close to being final as NAR will appeal the jury’s verdict. It will likely be several years before this case is finally resolved.