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Q: Can a law firm continue to use in the firm name the name of a lawyer placed on "disability inactive" status by the Supreme Court?

A: No because the continued use in the firm name of a lawyer not authorized to practice law is misleading. Ariz. Op. 02-07.


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Plan Would Pay Jurors $300 Daily
Arizona lawmakers hope to do with $300 a day what they can't do with $12: persuade more people to serve on juries.

Study Looks at Kids Tried in Adult Court
Every state allows children younger than 16 to be tried as adults, but new research indicates many cannot understand their situations well enough to aid their defense. Read more...

AZ Law Schools Affected by Budget Woes
The cost of attending Arizona law schools could rise dramatically if a Legislative proposal passes. Read more...


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Looking for Law Day Volunteers
In recognition of Law Day on May 1, the State Bar is looking for attorneys interested in visiting High School classrooms the week of April 28-May 2.
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Minority Bar Convention Set For April
The theme for this year's convention is "Practicing Diversity: Answering the call for Justice."

Arizona Court of Appeals
Division One Division Two

February 25, 2003 - CV 02-0328 - Stanley v. McCarver
Does a radiologist, to whom a person is referred, but not by a healthcare provider, who detects a medical condition for which further inquiry or treatment is appropriate, have a duty to inform that person?
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February 25, 2003 - 2 CA-CV 2002-0022 - McMurren v. JMC Builders
When must an owner of residential real property, who has been damaged by the failure of a residential contractor to adequately build or improve the residence, occupy or intend to occupy that residence in order to qualify as a person injured under A.R.S. � 32-1131(3) and be eligible to recover from the Residential Contractors Recovery Fund pursuant to A.R.S. � 32-1154? Read opinion...

9th Circuit Court of Appeals

February 25, 2003 - No. 01-17065 - AZ Right to Life Political Action Comm. v. Bayless
A state statute that regulated political speech in the days before an election, by requiring certain notice prior to distribution, violated the First Amendment as it was not narrowly tailored to meet a compelling state interest. Read opinion...

February 26, 2003 - No. 02-30138 - US v. McNeil
Evidence established that defendant acted with requisite intent, to support a bank fraud conviction under 18 U.S.C. section 1344(2), arising from theft of another's identity to obtain a fraudulent tax refund.
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