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What many might see as daunting and complicated, Pacific Life Insurance Co. General Counsel Sharon A. Cheever has found fun and interesting during her six years with the company.

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Mary Juetten's company Traklight helps law firms vet clients and helps entrepreneurs protect and find their intellectual property through a secure, encrypted questionnaire.

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Handing out pastries and danishes to the homeless at local Las Vegas soup kitchens as a child became a regular Saturday morning ritual for Madeleine C. Wanslee, something she now realizes prepared her for a life of public service.

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What many might see as daunting and complicated, Pacific Life Insurance Co. General Counsel Sharon A. Cheever has found fun and interesting during her six years with the company.
Bankruptcy Filings Plummeting
Bankruptcy filings, which had increased dramatically during the real estate collapse, have now plummeted. With the exception of those who rely economically upon bankruptcy filings, such as bankruptcy and creditors’ lawyers, credit counseling companies, and financial advisors, the drop in bankruptcy filings constitutes confirmation that the United States’ economy is recovering. By Randy Nussbaum | Nussbaum, Gillis & Dinner PC

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Neighborly Advice
Most are familiar with the Judeo-Christian principle: “thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.” Unfortunately, not everyone actually practices this principle. And not all “neighbors” are created equal. By Christopher Charles | Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC
Cost-Effective Operation
In recent years, many companies attempting to find more cost-effective methods of operation have considered modifying their worker relationships. Rather than paying employment-related taxes and other expenses associated with employee compensation, some companies have sought to save costs by classifying workers as independent contractors or other relationships. By Helen Holden and Matt Meaker | Sacks Tierney PA
Arizona Supreme Court reverses Weitz ruling
In the case of The Weitz Company, L.L.C. v. Nicholas Heth, the Arizona Court of Appeals made a significant ruling on the application of equitable subrogation, determining that based on its statutory interpretation the doctrine of equitable subrogation did not apply to elevate claims in priority over mechanics’ liens. By Thomas A. Stoops | Stoops, Denious, Wilson & Murray PLC
Internet Defamation
The Arizona Court of Appeals recently issued its first opinion applying Arizona’s statutory single publication rule, an adoption of the Uniform Single Publication Act, to Internet defamation. The court confirmed that the statute of limitations for online defamation begins when a defamatory article is first published and that modifying the story is a “republication.” By Samuel Doncaster, Rose Law Group PC

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Handing out pastries and danishes to the homeless at local Las Vegas soup kitchens as a child became a regular Saturday morning ritual for Madeleine C. Wanslee, something she now realizes prepared her for a life of public service.

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What many might see as daunting and complicated, Pacific Life Insurance Co. General Counsel Sharon A. Cheever has found fun and interesting during her six years with the company.

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