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Real Estate Rebound
On the cusp of a new beginning for homebuilders, Chief Legal Officer J.B. Rowberry is guiding Frontier Communities through a real estate market rebound after the downturn.

Small Business Profile

As the founder, president and CEO of I-ology, Trish Bear is leading the way for consumers to move to mobile with more than 50 percent of online traffic coming from smartphones and tablets.

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After Maricopa County conflicted out of a wrongful termination lawsuit interpreting the Arizona Whistleblower Act, the case fortuitously landed on the desk of Judge David L. Mackey at the Yavapai County Superior Court.

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Protecting Your Copyrights in Digital Media
Phoenix attorney Ruth Carter explains how to protect your rights to blogs and other online collective works.

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Conflict Resolved
After Maricopa County conflicted out of a wrongful termination lawsuit interpreting the Arizona Whistleblower Act, the case fortuitously landed on the desk of Judge David L. Mackey at the Yavapai County Superior Court.

Corporate Counsel Archives

Real Estate Rebound
On the cusp of a new beginning for homebuilders, Chief Legal Officer J.B. Rowberry is guiding Frontier Communities through a real estate market rebound after the downturn.
Transgender woman calls foul
Monica Jones, a student at Arizona State University, is appealing her conviction under Phoenix’s ordinance that broadly prohibits “manifesting” an intent to engage in prostitution, asserting multiple trial errors as well as First Amendment and due process violations. By Jean-Jacques Cabou and Alexis Danneman | Perkins Coie LLP

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Is your information safe anywhere?
As Internet and cloud capacity continues to grow, the world becomes increasingly e-dependent and it leaves many wondering — is their information safe anywhere? FBI Director James Comey said hackers try daily to intrude into American databases, making the nation's digital world under permanent siege. By Gary Michael Smith | Smith Paknejad PLC
Spousal Communication Protected
Communication between spouses remains protected thanks to the New Jersey Supreme Court pursuant to the marital communication privilege even where the content was obtained via wiretap and due to criminal activity. By Joan M. Bundy | Joan Bundy Law PLC
In Vitro Fertilization and Parental Rights
Jason Patric, of the cult film “The Lost Boys,” and his former girlfriend, Danielle Schreiber, attempted to conceive a child for three years. When the natural way failed, Jason offered his sperm in order for Danielle to conceive through in vitro fertilization. A quirk in state law resulted in a prolonged dispute about whether Patric, who is clearly the child’s biological father, could exercise legal parental rights. By Gregg R. Woodnick | Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC
Unpredictable Real Estate Cases
Most litigators won’t tell you this time-tested statistic: each party has a 50 percent chance of losing at trial. And juries can be unpredictable. Maybe that’s why less than 1 percent of real estate cases are ever decided by a judge or jury. The rest settle sometime before trial — typically at mediation. By Christopher J. Charles | Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC

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Protecting Your Copyrights in Digital Media
Phoenix attorney Ruth Carter explains how to protect your rights to blogs and other online collective works.

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Conflict Resolved
After Maricopa County conflicted out of a wrongful termination lawsuit interpreting the Arizona Whistleblower Act, the case fortuitously landed on the desk of Judge David L. Mackey at the Yavapai County Superior Court.

Corporate Counsel Archives

Real Estate Rebound
On the cusp of a new beginning for homebuilders, Chief Legal Officer J.B. Rowberry is guiding Frontier Communities through a real estate market rebound after the downturn.

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