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Whether it’s jettisoning an outside counsel or red-lining a legal bill, three corporate counsel at the Maricopa County Bar Association said it’s all about "relationships" in their profession of choice.

Small Business Profile

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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Judge Joseph C. Welty never minded being in the middle of a sticky situation, and he brings some of that high-profile expertise to the bench as he presides over the criminal bench at the Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.

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Judge Joseph C. Welty never minded being in the middle of a sticky situation, and he brings some of that high-profile expertise to the bench as he presides over the criminal bench at the Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.

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Tap Your Network
Whether it’s jettisoning an outside counsel or red-lining a legal bill, three corporate counsel at the Maricopa County Bar Association said it’s all about "relationships" in their profession of choice.
The "Chapter 20" Bankruptcy
An Arizona bankruptcy court recently said “no” to a debtor who sought relief from paying off a valueless second mortgage on his home. The debtor had filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and received a discharge of his unsecured debt, then filed for financial reorganization under Chapter 13, as a means to rid himself of the second mortgage. The colloquial term for such a case is “Chapter 20.” By Chris Ford | The Law Offices of Chris Ford

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Fee Applications In Bankruptcy Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for certiorari filed in Baker Botts L.L.P. v. ASARCO LLC. The Supreme Court accepted review of the 5th Circuit’s decision to overturn a $5 million award to Baker Botts for fees it incurred successfully defending a challenge to its fee applications for work performed as ASARCO LLC’s bankruptcy counsel. The 5th U.S. Circuit’s decision created a split of authority between the 5th and 9th circuits over whether grants bankruptcy judges discretion to award compensation for the defense of a fee application in a bankruptcy case. By Teresa M. Pilatowicz | Gordon Silver
Drones In Real Estate?
If drone manufacturers have it their way, drones will soon be as commonplace as iPhones. Domino’s wants to use drones to deliver pizzas; Amazon wants to use drones to deliver books; and UPS could use drones to deliver mail. Real estate agents and their organizations are no different, and may look to enhance their marketability using drones. By Christopher J. Charles | Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC
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.
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

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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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High Profile Expertise
Judge Joseph C. Welty never minded being in the middle of a sticky situation, and he brings some of that high-profile expertise to the bench as he presides over the criminal bench at the Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.

Corporate Counsel Archives

Tap Your Network
Whether it’s jettisoning an outside counsel or red-lining a legal bill, three corporate counsel at the Maricopa County Bar Association said it’s all about "relationships" in their profession of choice.

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