My partner and I are the name partners in our law firm, but he just got suspended for 30 days. Do I have to change the law firm's name and our stationary just for his short suspension?
Your partner can't practice law, so to continue using his name in the name of your law firm would be a material misrepresentation. Read ERs 7.1
What you need to know about e-filing, which arrives sooner than you think. Read more.
At O'Connor's Core is an Arizona Cowgirl
Four Tips for Reluctant Networkers
How to Structure 363 Sales of Assets in Bankruptcy
As the recession continues, more businesses are being forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Read more.
Attorney Discipline Task Force Seeks Public Input
The second meeting of the Attorney Discipline Task Force will be held on Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Hearing Room 109 of the State Courts Building. The public is welcome to attend. Read more.
Arizona Attorney Magazine Launches Monthly Feature on Arizona Verdicts
Arizona Attorney magazine has launched a monthly feature on trial verdicts, settlements, and arbitrations called "Arizona Verdicts." Arizona lawyers also will be able to have their own verdict results published. Read more.
Two Suites for Lease in State Bar of Arizona Building
Two suites are available to rent in the State Bar of Arizona building near the Camelback Corridor of Phoenix. Lease terms and rates are negotiable. Read more.
File MCLE Affidavits Before Sept. 15 Deadline
The deadline to file 2008-09 MCLE affidavits is Sept. 15, 2009. Members may submit affidavits online or download a PDF format. The September edition of the Arizona Attorney magazine will include a blank affidavit form. Read more.
Final Proposal on Changes to ER 1.5 and 7.2 Go To Governing Board
The Consumer Information & Education Task Force has finalized its study of fees and the advertising rules. It has proposed revised rules on fee sharing and lawyer referral services and a new rule to implement certification of most lawyer referral services. Members are encouraged to comment by Sept. 21. Read more.
Board of Governors Vacancy and Supreme Court Committee Openings
A resignation leaves a Maricopa County seat open on the State Bar of Arizona's Board of Governors, and Character and Fitness and Examinations committees seek volunteers. Apply by Aug. 28. Read more.
Order Extra Membership Directories Now
The State Bar's Membership Directory 2009-2010 will be printed and available by late September. Members can preorder extra copies now for support staff. Read more.
Arizona Attorney October Job Ads Available Now
If you would like to access the Arizona Attorney job ads weeks before they are published in the print magazine, then please visit www.myazbar.org/AZAttorney/ and click on the Online Classifieds button in the right-hand column of the page. Read more.
Los Abogados Named 2009 HNBA Affiliate Organization of the Year
The Hispanic National Bar Association will present the award at its convention on Sept. 4 to Los Abogados President Salvador Ongaro. Read more.
ABA Updates Economic Survey Trends and Comparisons
In March the Division for Bar Services conducted a survey to assess the impact of the economic downturn on state and local bar associations. July updates to that survey are now available. Read more.
Arizona Court of Appeals
Division One | Division Two
Aug. 17, 2009 - 2 CA-CV 2008-0198 - Arizona Department of Administration v. Cox
Whether and to what extent the Arizona Department of Administration may recover, under A.R.S. � 12-962, the cost of medical care provided to participants in the state health insurance plan for injuries sustained as a result of third-party tort liability when the participants received compensation from that third party. Read opinion.
Aug. 13, 2009 - CR 08-0878 - State v. Caraveo
In a consensual encounter, can a police officer conduct a patdown search
if consent is given? Read opinion.
9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Aug. 14, 2009 - No. 08-30231 - US v. Jackson
In a drug distribution prosecution, the denial of Defendant's motion to reduce his sentence is affirmed, where Defendant's sentence was based on the statutory mandatory minimum, not on a Sentencing Guidelines range that was affected by Amendment 706 to the Guidelines. Read opinion.
Aug. 12, 2009 - No. 07-16187 - U-Haul Int'l., Inc. v. Lumbermens Mut. Cas. Co.,
In an action involving insurers' coverage obligations for certain insurance claims, judgment for plaintiffs is affirmed where the district court did not abuse its discretion in admitting into evidence certain computer-generated summaries of payments made on insurance claims. Read opinion.
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