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Arizona Supreme Court Limits When Juries Are Allowed to Infer Causation in Medical Malpractice ClaimsSeptember 20, 2021

It is now a little easier for healthcare providers to defend against medical malpractice claims. Last month, in Sampson v.
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BlogQualifying Parties May Now Have to Face Personal Liability for Construction Company’s ObligationsFebruary 11, 2021
Last year’s changes to the contractor’s licensing laws opened the door to personal liability for qualifying parties (“QP”).  The Legislature added Section B
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Things to Consider When Doing Business in Arizona: Unique Aspects of Arizona Law – From Cumulative Voting to Blue Pencils, Blind Trusts and Guns at WorkSeptember 24, 2015

Arizona is a great place to do business. It
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Website Accessibility Lawsuits: 5 Things Every Arizona Business Should KnowAugust 19, 2019

After an 18 month hiatus, ADA accessibility lawsuits are once again being filed in Arizona’s federal courts. Unlike previous ADA lawsuits (which focused on physical
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The U.S. Supreme Court Nexus Required for State Taxation of Online Sales: But Questions Still RemainJune 22, 2018

Yesterday morning, the United States Supreme Court announced its highly anticipated decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, 585
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BlogFATCA and FBAR: The IRS is discontinuing its Offshore Voluntary Disclosure ProgramMarch 30, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced last week that it will terminate its Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program as of September 28, 2018. Taxpayers who
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Jennings Strouss Wins Unprecedented Arizona “Lemon Law” LawsuitSeptember 2017

Phoenix commercial trial attorney Christopher D. Lonn won a favorable verdict in a three-year “lemon law” litigation against  BMW of North America (BMW N.A.). This is the first
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Businesses Beware: Don‘t Get Hooked into Paying for Forms You Don’t NeedMarch 22, 2017

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Over the years, I have come across what appear to be “official” correspondences from companies portraying themselves as state-related representatives.
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