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Often times business owners and employees are presented with the issue of whether or not a non-compete agreement is enforceable. This can be a tricky question to answer and can lead to much headache and hefty legal bills no matter what side of the fence you are on. There are two basic categories of non-compete … Read More
Contrary to what many people may think, lawyers are not all about billable hours. In fact, the vast majority of lawyers are innate problem solvers who really do want to help people. Many lawyers agree that the worst part of their job is having to bill clients for services which they think are a fundamental … Read More
I have always had a dream to become a pilot. I grew up with family and friends who are pilots. I am lucky to have been included on countless flying adventures ranging from the Alaskan peninsula to Southern Argentina. Some of my flight time was routine…some of it not so much…but all of my flying … Read More
Recently, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that fiduciary duties are not automatically imputed in limited liability company (“LLC”) relationships, i.e. relationships between LLC members and between members and the company itself. Instead, the Appellate Court determined that LLC members where free to determine and agree to what extent, if an Read More
Recently, the Arizona Court of Appeals confirmed Arizona’s adoption of the Fiduciary Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege by holding that a trustee must disclose to the trust beneficiary and successor trustee what would otherwise be privileged communications between the trustee and legal counsel. Hammerman v. Northern Trust Co., 1 CA-CV 1 Read More