Do you have a complex civil case? Complexity has a broad scope. Examples of complex cases could include environmental or other torts, class actions, construction defects, fraudulent schemes, or contract and business matters, or cases with multiple parties, voluminous documents, or multiple or novel legal issues. Complex civil cases can now be handled by a Maricopa County trial judge specializing in complex litigation.
Learn about the advantages of complex designation in the Superior Court, and strategic and procedural distinctions of complex cases. Introductory remarks by the Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court will be followed by insightful presentations from experienced complex case litigators and the panel of complex case judges.
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Arizona Civil Remedies, 3rd ed. 2011, 2 volumes, $150*
A nuts-and-bolts resource that provides a practical approach to commercial and consumer law topics. With over 100 pages of forms, sensible advice on common practice problems, and concise explanations of pertinent substantive and procedural issues, this is one of the most useful books a lawyer can own.
Chapter include: Injunctions | Prejudgment Seizure of Property; Attachment; Garnishment General Prejudgment and Post-Judgment Remedies | Remedies for Creditors in Mexico Declaratory Judgments | Rescission and Specific Performance | Real Property Foreclosures Remedies in Proceedings Under the Bankruptcy Code.
Arizona Common Law Causes of Action (2011) - $35*
Arizona Common Law Causes of Action compiles the elements, required proof, available defenses and possible damages for recognized common law causes of action in Arizona. The publication includes cites to available jury instructions, an appendix with recognized affirmative defenses in Arizona, and a chart describing Arizona’s statutes of limitation. Statutory causes of action are expressly excluded.
This quick reference deskbook is a handy compilation of all time limits that apply to civil actions and procedures in the Arizona Superior Courts. Attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and law students can use the book to locate quickly and easily the applicable time limits for filing or responding to a civil motion or any other civil procedure, including statutes of limitation and actual calculation of those time limits. This book is a must-have for any attorney or law firm that practices in civil litigation in the Arizona courts.
Now includes: Most Recent Rules Changes, New Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, Selected Case Annotations
Arizona Tort Law Handbook, 2012 $185*
Contributing Editors: Steven Plitt & Steven J. Gross
Covers a broad spectrum of tort law in Arizona. Topics discussed range from basic torts (such as fraud and assault) to more complicated torts (such as products liability and medical malpractice). This handbook is an invaluable reference tool for Arizona lawyers, including discussions on many pertinent issues, including:
Attorney Tort Liability | Insurance Bad Faith | Construction Defects
Conversion | Defamation & Libel | Design Professional Liability | Dog Bite Liability | Dram Shop Liability | Emotional Distress Employment Torts | Fraud | Health Care Liens | Medical Malpractice Negligence Products Liability | Punitive Damages | Tortious Intereference with Contracts | Wrongful Death and more.
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Douglas Lusson, Kasdan Simonds Riley & Vaughan LLP, Phoenix
Hon. Edward O. Burke, Maricopa County Superior Court
Hon. John Buttrick, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix
Hon. Douglas L. Rayes, Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix
William J. Maledon, Osborn Maledon, P.A.
Hon. J Richard Gama, Maricopa County Superior Court
Mark J. Larson
Andrew M. Federhar, Fennemore Craig PC, Phoenix