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  • Sanctions and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Appeal

    This may not be a book my new grandson Felix will soon be reading, but it does raise a legitimate question:  When you really, truly, believe a federal appeal is frivolous, and not just garden variety, I know you’re going to lose, please don’t make me spend my client’s money defending, but truly a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad appeal, can you obtain sanctions under Federal Rule 11 … Read More

    Categories: Appellate, Appellate, Article

  • How to Avoid the Implied Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Arizona Insurance Bad Faith Cases

    How to Avoid the Implied Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Arizona Insurance Bad Faith Cases

    This article examines the implied waiver of the attorney-client privilege, notes guidelines that will assist an Insurer’s analysis of whether a court will find a waiver of the Privilege, and offers tips for how an Insurer can avoid the implied waiver of the Privilege. 

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    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Article

  • Talk to Your Lawyers Now

     Talk to Your Lawyers Now 

    What: Laura Rogal, an attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk will be speaking on how to get the most out of the attorney/client relationship.  

    Where: The Quad 6300 E Thomas Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    When: Thursday February 23, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am 

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    Categories: Intellectual Property, Seminars

  • Do You Have Inspiration?

    Isn't the real answer to that question "Yes, sometimes." That's because the source of inspiration is mostly unknown. That is why it can hit you at times that seem unlikely, such as the middle of the night or when you are in the shower.  

    It is not conscious and sneaks up on you instead. That is why you have to be open to it and embrace it when it comes. If you don't, it is at your own risk of missing … Read More

    Categories: Other, Blog

  • Why Employers Need Social Media Policies

    Although social media is great for developing business, expanding a brand or building a network, it is not without pitfalls. There are an increasing number of cases where an employee’s use of social media has created problems for the employer. The best practice is to maintain a well-written social media policy.   Real-world problems can and do arise from the use of social media. & … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Intellectual Property, Internet and Technology, Blog

  • Joint Legal Decision Making Must Parental Addresses be Disclosed?

    A  recent Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two case  -  Jorgenson and Giannecchini  -  addressed  whether  a wife  was required to disclose her residential address to  her former husband. The opinion is a memorandum decision and it is therefore not precedential; it may however be  cited for persuasive value subject to various limitations.  The issue centered& … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Blog

  • Separate Property and Arizona Marital Community Equitable Lien Rights

    In Weeks v Weeks, Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals addressed the marital community’s equitable lien against separate property of one spouse. The opinion is a memorandum decision and it is therefore not precedential; it may however be cited for persuasive value subject to various limitations. 

    April and David Weeks were married in March 2004. In June 2004, … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article

  • What Creditors Need to Know About Collecting Debt in State Court and Bankruptcy Court?

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    What do Creditors Need to Know about Litigation in State Court?

    When proceeding in state court, or where a company hasn’t filed for bankruptcy protection, there can be many issues. It depends if the creditor has an unsecured debt, meaning there is no collateral, or if the debt is securing, meaning there is collateral. In either case, a creditor needs to have good documentation, good … Read More

    Categories: Business, Bankruptcy, Blog