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Judge Michael O. Miller of the Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two is fascinated with how psychology can impact court processes, and he uses that knowledge in his every-day life on the bench.

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First Amendment Rights
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently evaluated whether high school officials passed their own civics test involving handling the “delicate relationship between students’ First Amendment rights and the operational and safety needs of schools.” Ultimately, the question for the Dariano court was whether a school official’s actions designed to prevent violence offended the Constitution. By Michelle H. Swann | Schneider & Onofry P.C.

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Terms of Use
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently declined to enforce an arbitration provision in a website’s terms of use on the grounds that the website owner had not obtained an adequate manifestation of the website user’s assent to the contract. The 9th Circuit began its analysis with the principle that ordinary rules of contract apply to Internet commerce. By applying this principle, the court invoked the common law rule that mutual manifestation of assent is required to form an enforceable contract. By Samuel Doncaster | Rose Law Group PC
Seeking Asylum
In Matter of A-R-C-G- et. al., 26 I & N Dec. 388 (BIA 2014), the Board of Immigration Appeals made the long anticipated ruling that women persecuted by their spouses may qualify for asylum. For asylum practitioners, the decision is at the same time monumental and entirely unsurprising. By Katharine Ruhl | Ruhl Immigration
Independent Contractors
Very often we in the U.S. presume that an individual performing work for a business is an employee of that business. This is true today, even with significant changes occurring around us. It seems that each recession brings slower employment recoveries. Many of us are now, more accurately, independent contractors rather than employees. That’s true in virtually all industries and among all our business clients. By James Mahoney | Resnick & Louis P.C.
Equitable Subrogation
In The Weitz Company LLC v. Heth, No. CV-13-0378-PR (Ariz. Sup. Ct., Aug. 26, 2014), the Arizona Supreme Court reversed the Court of Appeals, holding that lenders can once again rely upon the doctrine of equitable subrogation in mechanic’s lien priority disputes with contractors. By Edward A. Salanga | Quarles & Brady LLP

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