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Steven Weinberger’s grandfather instilled in him the fact that even smaller businesses have legal needs. And it was that business focus and work ethic that drew him to the law.

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Having literally written the book on equity crowdfunding in May 2013, Jonathan Frutkin began Cricca Funding LLC and is now trotting the globe to get the word out in that space for startups.

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As the first Native American female to serve on the federal bench in the United States, Judge Diane J. Humetewa of the U.S. District Court of Arizona said she understands the weight she carries for those who came before her and may come after.

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As the first Native American female to serve on the federal bench in the United States, Judge Diane J. Humetewa of the U.S. District Court of Arizona said she understands the weight she carries for those who came before her and may come after.

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Liberty Litigator
Steven Weinberger’s grandfather instilled in him the fact that even smaller businesses have legal needs. And it was that business focus and work ethic that drew him to the law.
Police Body-Worn Cameras
Recent events in Ferguson, Mo., have drawn a great deal of attention to the issue of police brutality. One idea to address the problem involves equipping all police officers on patrol with body-worn cameras. Study after study suggests that cops behave better when they wear BWCs. By Matthew O. Brown | Brown & Little, P.L.C.

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Commercial Real Estate
While most commercial leases contain a requirement that the tenant will execute a “Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement,” a majority of tenants who have signed such leases, and most likely several of the real estate agents who have represented those tenants, would be hard pressed to explain the meaning of an SNDA, and why they are needed by both commercial lenders and tenants. By David Allen | Jaburg & Wilk
Short-Term Rentals
The Valley will be the entertainment hub of the world in January and February of 2015. Phoenix will host not only the Super Bowl, but also the NFL Pro Bowl, the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Fiesta Bowl, and the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction. Short-term rentals are already in high demand and many people have already rented their homes and investment properties for January and February of next year. By Christopher J. Charles | Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC
Intellectual Property and the UK
On Sept. 18, the Scottish people decided not to declare independence from the United Kingdom. Intellectual property owners in Scotland avoided the uncertainties that a change in political structure would have brought. Scotland continues to enjoy the intellectual property (IP) rights under the law of the United Kingdom and international law. By Ray K. Harris and Stacie Smith | Fennemore Craig
Large Jury Verdicts
Dating back to U.S. Department of Justice studies published in the mid-90s, the underlying statistical matrix of jury verdicts in courts such as Maricopa County Superior Court has actually not changed much. By Frank L. Murray | Stoops, Denious, Wilson & Murray

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Protecting Your Copyrights in Digital Media
Phoenix attorney Ruth Carter explains how to protect your rights to blogs and other online collective works.

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A Place In History
As the first Native American female to serve on the federal bench in the United States, Judge Diane J. Humetewa of the U.S. District Court of Arizona said she understands the weight she carries for those who came before her and may come after.

Corporate Counsel Archives

Liberty Litigator
Steven Weinberger’s grandfather instilled in him the fact that even smaller businesses have legal needs. And it was that business focus and work ethic that drew him to the law.

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