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When Michael Kline left Woodcock Washburn LLP in 2013 to pursue an in-house legal position, his search parameters were uncommonly broad.

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Fresh out of college, Kathryn Langmade spent hours working in her father's office, poring over the company's accounts as a favor to her mother. Six months later, she was there to stay.

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With much of her career experience in the civil litigation arena, Magistrate Judge Bridge S. Bade's appointment to the U.S. District Court of Arizona in June 2012 gave her another opportunity to "step outside the box."

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With much of her career experience in the civil litigation arena, Magistrate Judge Bridge S. Bade's appointment to the U.S. District Court of Arizona in June 2012 gave her another opportunity to "step outside the box."

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Have clubs, will travel
When Michael Kline left Woodcock Washburn LLP in 2013 to pursue an in-house legal position, his search parameters were uncommonly broad.
POM Wonderful
POM Wonderful’s legal fortunes have continued, as a recent victory before the 9th Circuit all but guarantees expansive protection for POM’s market-leading brand. This most recent decision comes on the heels of POM’s landmark SCOTUS decision in July, which authorized Lanham Act claims that were once considered preempted under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Now the 9th Circuit’s decision in Hubbard creates powerful precedent in aid of POM’s effort to protect the “POM” brand through trademark litigation. By Peter A. Arhangelsky | Emord & Associates, P.C.

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SCOTUS makes employment law change
The U.S. Supreme Court recently found that federal law does not require employers to compensate employees waiting in security check lines. The Supreme Court held that the time spent waiting in such lines amounts to “activities which are postliminary” to the principal activity for which the employee was hired to perform under the Fair Labor Standards Act. By Joseph T. Clees and Marissa Thielen | Ogletree Deakins
Arizona Anti-Deficiency Laws
Arizona anti-deficiency laws were recently amended by the Arizona legislature and become effective Jan. 1. Previously, the two laws, A.R.S. § 33-729 and A.R.S. § 33-814, generally provided that a loan secured by a parcel of property of two and a half acres or less, which is utilized as a one or two family dwelling, is not subject to a deficiency claim if the fair market value of the property is less than the outstanding balance of the loan. By Lawrence E. Wilk | Jaburg Wilk
Same-Sex Marriage in Arizona
On Oct. 17, 2014, Arizona came kicking and screaming into the tidal wave of jurisdictions in the United States permitting same-sex marriage. Aside from granting same-sex marriage licenses and recognizing same-sex marriages for purposes of divorce, what will this mean for Arizonans?
Well, like almost anything else in the law, that is a complicated answer. By Joan M. Bundy | Joan Bundy Law PLC
Quickie Elections
On Dec. 15, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board finalized its long-anticipated rules for “quickie elections,” governing the procedures for union representation elections. The rules, which are scheduled to go into effect on Wednesday, April 14, significantly tilt the playing field in representation cases in favor of unions. By Frederick C. Miner | Littler Mendelson

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With much of her career experience in the civil litigation arena, Magistrate Judge Bridge S. Bade's appointment to the U.S. District Court of Arizona in June 2012 gave her another opportunity to "step outside the box."

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Have clubs, will travel
When Michael Kline left Woodcock Washburn LLP in 2013 to pursue an in-house legal position, his search parameters were uncommonly broad.

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