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The Father of DSL
When Noah Mesel took the helm of Assia Inc.’s legal department in May 2011, one thing was abundantly clear: The company wanted to go public.

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In order to understand Michael Fraley’s business model, you have to accept one fact up front — the U.S. imports 100 percent of its natural rubber.

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After nearly 10 years as a social worker for the Arizona Department of Econonmic Security, Patricia A. Orozco decided it was time for a change and pursued a career in the law, which has led her to the bench.

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

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A Social Start
After nearly 10 years as a social worker for the Arizona Department of Econonmic Security, Patricia A. Orozco decided it was time for a change and pursued a career in the law, which has led her to the bench.

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The Father of DSL
When Noah Mesel took the helm of Assia Inc.’s legal department in May 2011, one thing was abundantly clear: The company wanted to go public.
Changing Landscape
Arizona employers are being bombarded with new employment-related laws and a constantly-evolving regulatory agenda that can greatly impact their operations. There are three key issues affecting the ever-changing employment landscape and the implications on a business. By Joseph T. Clees and Sasha H. Meschkow, Ogletree Deakins

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Insurance Law
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently certified a question to the Arizona Supreme Court that could have a significant impact on insurance law in the state In Quihuis v. State Farm Mut. Aut. Ins. Co., 748 F.3d 911 (9th Cir. 2014). By Jeff Collins — Jones, Skelton & Hochuli
"It Is So Ordered"
Picture it: Tuesday, June 30, 2015. It is the last day of the U.S. Supreme Court’s term and everyone is awaiting the opinion that will shape the trajectory of a movement. “It is so ordered.” If you are like myself and see the proverbial writing on the wall, those words will make it unconstitutional for the government, any government, in the United States to deny same-sex couples the ability to marry. By Bretton Barber, Barber Law Group PLLC
Settlement Issues When Dealing With Bankruptcy
After finally entering into settlement negotiations after years of litigation, it is discovered that a key defendant is in financial distress, with bankruptcy looming as a real possibility. Should you press forward with the settlement? Enter an insolvency lawyer. By Bryce A. Suzuki and Amanda L. Cartwright, Bryan Cave LLP
The Complexity Of Immigration Law
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on an immigration case is raising eyebrows due to its classic Chevron deference nature where SCOTUS is asked to evaluate whether an agency's regulations are in accord with the statute. The case is shining light on the complexity of immigration law. By Evelyn Cruz, ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Professor

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Detroit: Chapter 9 eligible
Judge rules that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. What does that mean for the city and the future of Chapter 9 bankruptcy?

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A Social Start
After nearly 10 years as a social worker for the Arizona Department of Econonmic Security, Patricia A. Orozco decided it was time for a change and pursued a career in the law, which has led her to the bench.

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The Father of DSL
When Noah Mesel took the helm of Assia Inc.’s legal department in May 2011, one thing was abundantly clear: The company wanted to go public.

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