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A Challenge and a Choice
Fourteen years ago, Sharon Zezima’s law firm dissolved, and she was faced with a decision that would shape her professional career: Paul Hastings LLP, or Electronic Arts?

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With an eye toward the future, Sandy Abalos merged her tax-focused boutique firm into one of the largest accounting firms in Arizona and across the U.S.

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An unlikely scenario brought Michael D. Gordon in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in 1999, one that featured a denied peremptory challenge that almost derailed an entire trial.

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

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A Supreme Scenario
An unlikely scenario brought Michael D. Gordon in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in 1999, one that featured a denied peremptory challenge that almost derailed an entire trial.

Corporate Counsel Archives

A Challenge and a Choice
Fourteen years ago, Sharon Zezima’s law firm dissolved, and she was faced with a decision that would shape her professional career: Paul Hastings LLP, or Electronic Arts?
Union fees coming for home care providers?
Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an Illinois law that required home care providers for Medicaid recipients to pay fees to a union. The court held that compulsory union agency fees imposed on Illinois home care workers violated the First Amendment. The court, however, did not issue a more expansive ruling that would have overruled a case from over 30 years ago that would have affected public-sector unionization and agency fees as a whole. By Steve Biddle, Littler Mendelson

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Is it lawful to resist an unlawful arrest?
An officer's arrest of an Arizona State University professor walking across the street has brought to light what Arizona statutes have to say in regards to the police making contact with the public and asking for identification. One question raised by this encounter: Is it lawful to resist an unlawful arrest? By Russ Richelsoph, Davis Miles McGuire Gardner PLLC
Real Estate Contract Disclaimers
After a purchase of a home, if a buyer discovers that the seller did not disclose material information or misrepresented information about the property, a buyer may consider bringing a lawsuit against the seller for breach of contract. Stephanie Monroe Wilson — Stoops, Denious, Wilson & Murray PLC
Hobby Lobby Decision
The recent Hobby Lobby decision is an example of how the Religious Freedom of Restoration Act and the Affordable Care Act is affecting businesses across the country. By Lawrence Robinson, Arizona Summit Law School
Changing Landscape
Arizona employers are being bombarded with new employment-related laws and a constantly-evolving regulatory agenda that can greatly impact their operations. There are three key issues affecting the ever-changing employment landscape and the implications on a business. By Joseph T. Clees and Sasha H. Meschkow, Ogletree Deakins

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

Judicial Profile Archives

A Supreme Scenario
An unlikely scenario brought Michael D. Gordon in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in 1999, one that featured a denied peremptory challenge that almost derailed an entire trial.

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A Challenge and a Choice
Fourteen years ago, Sharon Zezima’s law firm dissolved, and she was faced with a decision that would shape her professional career: Paul Hastings LLP, or Electronic Arts?

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