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Monday, April 06, 2020


Old Models, New Practices
Splunk GC Scott Morgan says the Wild West mentality of the technology sector presents a challenge to thoughtful attorneys to provide calibrated advice.

Small Businesses

he International Board of Credentialing and Continued Education Standards (IBCCES) is proud to announce Butterfly Wonderland as the second attraction in Arizona.


Judge Alexander Giza prefers it when parties in his family law court get right to the point.
Governor Ducey requests major disaster declaration for additional support in COVID-19 response
In a letter to President Trump, Governor Doug Ducey today requested a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration from the federal government – a procedural step to pull down necessary federal assets and resources to assist Arizona’s COVID-19 response efforts.
COVID-19 in Arizona: Ducey’s stay-at-home order isn’t enough, some elected officials say
Gov. Doug Ducey’s statewide stay-at-home order doesn’t go far enough to stop Arizonans from leaving their homes, some other elected officials say.
VW lawyers call mistrial claims a baseless, last-ditch attempt
Awarded a fraction of what they were seeking, plaintiffs’ attorneys “now throw mud at a highly respected federal judge to try to obtain a do-over of a trial that did not deliver their desired windfall,” according to Volkswagen lawyer Robert Giuffra, Jr.
King & Spalding helps health care providers navigate concerns with Covid-19
Hospitals struggling to find the space and supplies they need to treat an anticipated influx of COVID-19 sufferers understandably have their sights set on the ground. King & Spalding Senior Associate Jennifer Siegel said it’s the attorney’s job to keep an eye out for what’s hitting them from above.
Monster Energy sues over REIGN trademark
Monster Energy Co. sues small Orange County-based bottled water manufacturer for trademark infringement over popular REIGN brand
Coughers, spitters threaten virus, charged with terrorism
Cody Pfister filmed himself in a Missouri Wal-Mart on March 11 licking 10 containers of deodorant after making a statement about coronavirus, according to police.
Should gig companies have to pay unemployment?
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act extended unemployment benefits to independent contractors when President Donald Trump signed the bill Friday. The bill also increased the amount of money eligible workers can receive in unemployment benefits, in addition to expanding the benefit period.