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United States Supreme Court invalidates aggregate contribution limits in federal campaign finance law

USA - April 2 2014 Today the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, invalidating federal statutory aggregate…

Michael T. Liburdi.

Arizona Court of Appeals holds that certain residential developers are not protected by the anti-deficiency statute after foreclosure of a deed of trust on vacant land

USA - January 24 2014 Nearly three years ago, in M&I Marshall & Isley Bank v. Mueller, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that the Arizona anti-deficiency statute protects…

Eric H. Spencer.

If the U.S. Supreme Court overturns political contribution limits next year, will your campaign be ready?

USA - October 11 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court, which heard oral argument in McCutcheon vs. FEC this week, may overturn the aggregate contribution caps that have governed…

Eric H. Spencer.

Supreme Court invalidates voting rights act formula: Arizona and other covered jurisdictions are no longer subject to the preclearance requirement

USA - June 27 2013 The United States Supreme Court (the Court) struck down part of the Voting Rights Act (the Act) this week, freeing nine states, including Arizona…

Eric H. Spencer, Michael T. Liburdi, Michelle M. Carr.

Moving from quiet title to wrongful recordation

USA - May 27 2013 Pretend you own real property in Arizona that you want to sell. You have a buyer. You enter into a purchase contract. But when the buyer runs a title…