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CORPORATE COUNSEL

To the Highest Bidder
Lisa C. Gerhauser is vice president and general counsel at Bonhams & Butterfields Auctioneers Corp., a London-based auction house that specializes in high-end deals from all over the world.

Small Businesses

Mapping out a business plan at a local sandwich shop, Scott Menor and his company Roambotics are designing a security solution for today's consumer using an automated robot named "Jr."

judges

As general counsel, Joseph Sciarrotta Jr. worked closely with former Gov. Jan Brewer on some of her administration’s most important issues, channeling that experience to the bench at the Superior Court in Maricopa County.

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Federal judge may ratchet up settlement against tech firms
U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh held off on a $324.5 million settlement offer last summer by technology companies to former engineers, and now it has reached $415 million.
SolarCity sues utility for hiking fees on its panel customers
SolarCity Corp. files complaint against Tempe-based Salt River Project for implementing a new pricing plan that raises fees on a solar customer.
Ethnic Bar groups fight against order barring immigration judge
Support growing for a lawsuit challenging a DOJ order barring an Iranian-American judge from hearing cases involving Iranian nationals.
Rulings chip away at discrimination suits against Zillow
A series of rulings in the past week has chipped away at lawsuits filed by Geragos & Geragos APC against Zillow Inc.
Italian privacy agreement with Google signals increased enforcement in EU
Privacy attorneys say tech companies should take careful notice of the unprecedented agreement Google Inc. made with Italian regulators.
Attorneys in awkward position when their clients flee
When a criminal defendant flees, he certainly doesn’t make things easier for himself in the courtroom. But what happens to his attorney?
Milestone net neutrality vote tees up challenges
The Federal Communications Commission faces a lengthy legal fight to defend the incoming set of new net neutrality rules.

GUEST COLUMNS

States define contours of First Amendment
You are at SeaWorld with your young children. They are all wearing swimsuits and splashing around a sprinkler. Unbeknownst to you, a stranger is photographing them. This situation is, at the very least, unsettling. Some might even categorize it as perverted. According to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, it doesn’t matter if it is or not. By Shannon Hennessey | The Frutkin Law Firm, P.L.C.
Patent practice could cut food industry innovation
Strong intellectual property increases the value of a company. Copyrights, trademarks, patents and trade secrets are some avenues to protect intellectual property, but understanding when they’re available and understanding their costs and benefits can be complicated. By David G. Barker | Snell & Wilmer
$12 million verdict set aside
The Arizona Court of Appeals recently overturned a $12 million award for defamation in favor of two doctor plaintiffs against a patient. Unsurprisingly, this is one of the only Arizona cases - if not the only one - in which an appellate court reversed because it “shocked the conscience.” By Eileen GilBride | Jones, Skelton & Hochuli
Case leads to a curious result
A recent opinion from the Arizona Court of Appeals in State v. Woods reveals a lot about how criminal appeals work in Arizona. In it, the trial court judge did something very unusual and suppressed evidence obtained during a lawful initial stop and subsequent search of a car. By Matthew O. Brown | Brown & Little, P.L.C.
Drones spark balancing act
Drone regulations need to balance aviation safety against the economic, beneficial use of drones. Unfortunately, poor regulations, sensationalism and politics have clouded the issues and slowed down the process. By James Arrowood | The Frutkin Law Firm

VIDEOS

News
Federal judge may ratchet up settlement against tech firms
U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh held off on a $324.5 million settlement offer last summer by technology companies to former engineers, and now it has reached $415 million.
SolarCity sues utility for hiking fees on its panel customers
SolarCity Corp. files complaint against Tempe-based Salt River Project for implementing a new pricing plan that raises fees on a solar customer.
Ethnic Bar groups fight against order barring immigration judge
Support growing for a lawsuit challenging a DOJ order barring an Iranian-American judge from hearing cases involving Iranian nationals.
Rulings chip away at discrimination suits against Zillow
A series of rulings in the past week has chipped away at lawsuits filed by Geragos & Geragos APC against Zillow Inc.
Italian privacy agreement with Google signals increased enforcement in EU
Privacy attorneys say tech companies should take careful notice of the unprecedented agreement Google Inc. made with Italian regulators.
Attorneys in awkward position when their clients flee
When a criminal defendant flees, he certainly doesn’t make things easier for himself in the courtroom. But what happens to his attorney?
Milestone net neutrality vote tees up challenges
The Federal Communications Commission faces a lengthy legal fight to defend the incoming set of new net neutrality rules.
08/22/2014
Phoenix attorney Ruth Carter explains how to protect your rights to blogs and other online collective works.
10/22/2013
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon attorney Patrick F. Welch discusses his participation with the Arizona-Mexico Commission and how Jennings Strouss attorneys can assist clients with business transactions in Arizona.
10/14/2013
Jennings Strouss & Salmon's Managing Attorney J. Scott Rhodes discusses client selection and ways that seeking counsel can help attorneys manage client relations.
10/08/2013
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon attorney Patrick F. Welch discusses vehicle dealer bonds.

06/25/2013
Attorney General Eric Holder responds to the Supreme Court's ruling on the Voting Rights act.
06/17/2013
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne explains how Arizona is still able to ensure voters are actually citizens before they register to vote.
05/22/2013
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC, a leading Phoenix-based law firm, announced the May opening of its Yuma office. Shanna Bowman Orlich and Wayne Smith will be the primary attorneys at the Jennings Strouss Yuma office. 
05/16/2013
Arizona State Bar Admission Cermony
04/12/2013
The Arizona Supreme Court expects an opinion in the State v. Boyston case, which involved a brutal triple homicide. Here are the oral arugments for that case, heard on Oct. 12, 2012.
04/11/2013
Video of the Arizona Supreme Court's open discourse.
04/09/2013
These oral arguments arise on automatic appeal arises from Defendant Efren Medina’s death sentence for the murder of Carle Hodge on September 30, 1993.
04/05/2013
In a case that pits the Parents Bill of Rights against voluntary consent of drawing blood, oral arguments made last week will decide the fate of evidence against Tyler B, a minor.
04/02/2013
In The Record Reporter's Forum Section Goldwater Institute's Christina Sandefur weighs in on property rights issues facing owners with Prop 207 while Grady Gammage weighs in on the perspective of developers. What's the story behind Prop 207 in Arizona? Watch this video and find out.
03/18/2013
Arizona's Secretary of State Ken Bennett talks about what he thought of the Supreme Court of the United States and the chances that the Court will rule Arizona's voter registration rule unconstitutional.
01/30/2013

A Q&A with Lloyd Braun, the entertainment lawyer who helped develop some of the biggest hits in television history.

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News
Federal judge may ratchet up settlement against tech firms
U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh held off on a $324.5 million settlement offer last summer by technology companies to former engineers, and now it has reached $415 million.
SolarCity sues utility for hiking fees on its panel customers
SolarCity Corp. files complaint against Tempe-based Salt River Project for implementing a new pricing plan that raises fees on a solar customer.
Ethnic Bar groups fight against order barring immigration judge
Support growing for a lawsuit challenging a DOJ order barring an Iranian-American judge from hearing cases involving Iranian nationals.
Rulings chip away at discrimination suits against Zillow
A series of rulings in the past week has chipped away at lawsuits filed by Geragos & Geragos APC against Zillow Inc.
Italian privacy agreement with Google signals increased enforcement in EU
Privacy attorneys say tech companies should take careful notice of the unprecedented agreement Google Inc. made with Italian regulators.
Attorneys in awkward position when their clients flee
When a criminal defendant flees, he certainly doesn’t make things easier for himself in the courtroom. But what happens to his attorney?
Milestone net neutrality vote tees up challenges
The Federal Communications Commission faces a lengthy legal fight to defend the incoming set of new net neutrality rules.

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