06 Mar 17

How to Challenge a Non-Solicitation Agreement

Businesses use non-solicitation agreements to protect customer relationships. An employee who signs a non-solicitation agreement cannot solicit certain customers for his or her benefit, or the benefit of a competing…

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02 Mar 17

How to Challenge a Non-Compete Agreement

Non-compete agreements can be enforced in Arizona, but they must be drafted properly. Courts  generally disfavor non-competes and other restrictive covenants, because public policy favors competition and these agreements restrict…

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27 Jan 17

Dissolving Your Partnership in Arizona

While a partnership agreement is not legally required to establish a partnership’s validity in Arizona, there are many advantages to creating a partnership agreement. If a disagreement or question arises,…

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05 Dec 16

Complexity of Escrow Liability

In our previous blog post, we briefly discussed Burkons v. Ticor Title Ins. Co. of California, 168 Ariz. 345, 813 P.2d 710 (1991), a case which addresses the fiduciary duties…

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07 Nov 16

What is Escrow?

Many people buying or refinancing a home do not know the details relating to escrow.  They simply go through the process, sign the documents, and never realize how escrow really…

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28 Sep 16

The Discovery and Importance of Metadata

It is nearly impossible to litigate in today’s world without conducting discovery of electronically stored information, sometimes called “ESI.”  In Arizona, Rule 26.1(a)(9) of the Rules of Civil Procedure specifically…

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