Business Insurance Claims for COVID face uphill battle. There’s no question that COVID-19 hit businesses hard, and continues to be a challenge as the economy opens back up. In Arizona, making business insurance claims for covid due to financial losses related to the pandemic is proving to be a difficult task. B Street Grill On March 5, … [Read more...] about Business Insurance Claims for COVID
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Is Your LLC Operating Agreement Past Its Prime? Q: If you have a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Arizona, when’s the last time you took a look at your LLC Operating Agreement? A: If you answered “What Operating Agreement?” or “It’s been a few years,” then you should read on. What Happened? In 2018, an updated law governing Arizona … [Read more...] about LLC Operating Agreement | Is Yours Past its Prime?
Force Majeure in Contracts | Arizona Contract Attorney. I am a contract attorney in Arizona and Force majeure in contract law is haute couture, or a “hot topic” at the moment, and for good reason. The global COVID-19 pandemic has flipped economies on their heads and left many of us scrambling for solutions. Authors from remote offices … [Read more...] about Force Majeure in Contracts | Arizona Contract Attorney
Arbitration can be Your Friend Often my children come to me for help to resolve various disputes, such as: Who gets the last cookie? Who gets to sit in a particular chair? Who gets to keep the dollar bill found on the floor? Who is responsible for cleaning up a mess? In these significant matters, I may ask probing questions of … [Read more...] about Arbitration Can Be Your Friend | Arbitration Attorney Mesa AZ
Striking the Judge: Be Careful What You Wish For We have probably all seen a depiction of Lady Justice, the blindfolded woman holding a sword in one hand and a set of scales in the other. The scales are what she uses to weigh the strengths and weaknesses of a litigation case, and the blindfold reminds us that justice is blind to the status of the … [Read more...] about Striking the Judge in Litigation Law
As a lawsuit attorney I am fascinated with one of the most regrettable episodes which occurred in the early days of our nation, the duel between long-time political rivals Alexander Hamilton and Vice President Aaron Burr. Burr, offended by a report that Hamilton had defamed Burr’s character, demanded that Hamilton disavow any negative statements … [Read more...] about Alexander Hamilton and the Cost of Principle: Is a Lawsuit Worth the Price? | Lawsuit Attorney