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Case law update on economic loss rule followingFlagstaff Affordable Housing LP v. Design Alliance, Inc., Arizona Supreme Court, En Banc
Meredith Vivona, Renaud Cook Drury & Mesaros PA
Case law update on easement issues followingKadlec v. Dorsey, Arizona Supreme Court, En Banc
Adam Weisman, Hinderaker & Rauh PLC
Case law updates and advanced issues in Community Associations
Tanis Duncan, Law Office of Tanis A. Duncan
Panel discussion on current economic conditions and their effect on real property and the legal practice
Steven Cox,Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana PC, State Bar of Arizona Certified Bankruptcy Specialist
John Sundt,Rusing & Lopez PLLC
Bob Villamana, Waterfall Economidis Caldwell Hanshaw & Villamana PC, State Bar of Arizona Certified Real Property Specialist
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