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Ogletree Deakins | USA | 4 Mar 2019

Managing the employment relationship in Arizona

A structured guide to managing the employment relationship in Arizona...

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Dickinson Wright | USA | 29 Jun 2016

Homeowners Who Purchase Directly from Homebuilders May Seek Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees on Claims for Breach of the Implied Warranty of Workmanship and Habitability

Three things have long been settled law in Arizona regarding residential construction: (1) a homebuilder owes a homeowner an implied warranty of

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Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC | USA | 9 Sep 2015

Contractor payment pitfalls: no right to payment for work performed outside license scope

Contractors, owners and sureties issuing contractor license bonds in the State of Arizona should be aware of a new opinion recently issued by the

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Merlin Law Group, PA | USA | 26 Apr 2015

Arizona statute of limitations for bad faith

In Arizona, there is a six year statute of limitations for a breach of contract claim. However, Arizona law permits an insurance company to

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Snell & Wilmer LLP | USA | 14 May 2014

Unmitigated waivers: guarantors remain liable despite 4-year delay in foreclosure sale

If a lender delays foreclosure allowing years of default interest to accrue such that a guarantor's obligation increases from $6 million to $12

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Snell & Wilmer LLP | USA | 26 Dec 2013

Frustration of purpose: a frustrating doctrine

Next Gen Capital, LLC v. Consumer Lending Associates, LLC illustrates the difficulty a tenant faces when trying to avoid liability for breaching a

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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 1 Nov 2013

Non-compete overbroad, business tort claims preempted by Arizona Trade Secrets Act, federal court rules

An employer's non-competition agreement with its employees was overbroad, unenforceable on its facts and could not be saved by the "blue pencil" rule

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Quarles & Brady LLP | USA | 25 Oct 2013

Az Court of Appeals finds employee confidentiality, non-competition, and non-solicitation provisions unenforceable

On October 17, 2013, the Arizona Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a breach of contract claim based upon overbroad provisions in a

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Snell & Wilmer LLP | USA | 5 Aug 2013

Arizona Supreme Court has the final wordagainon economic loss doctrine

Last week, in Sullivan v. Pulte Home Corp., No. CV-12-0419-PR, Arizona's highest court took on a lingering question about the scope of economic loss

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Snell & Wilmer LLP | USA | 17 Jan 2013

The expansive breadth and scope of Arizona’s new Revised Uniform Arbitration Act

Recently, the Arizona Court of Appeals determined that under the 2010 Arizona Revised Uniform Arbitration Act, A.R.S. 12-3001, et seq. (the AZ-RUAA)

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