Attorenys` Fees in Construction Law.
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Arizona Attorneys’ Fees Manual, 5th ed. 2010, $100*
Provides a comprehensive review of the legal and practical aspects of attorneys’ fees
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Arizona Attorneys Fees Desk Reference (2009) $69*
A desk reference of selected statutes, rules of court, cases and ethics opinions in Arizona
There are approximately 900 statutes and rules relating to attorneys’ fees in Arizona – half of them are mandatory and half are discretionary. Often, attorneys are not aware of and therefore do not request fees to which they are entitled by statute or rule. Awareness of fee sanctions may also have a chilling effect and prevent vexatious, obstreperous, frivolous, unjustified or abusive conduct in litigation.
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A complete cross-referenced index delineating the statutes and rules regarding attorney fees in Arizona
Indications in bold regarding which fees are are mandatory and which are discretionary in the statutes and the rules.
Notations in cases where findings must be made or factors must be considered
Brief outlines of selected key cases and selected ethics opinions
Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual, 2nd Ed. 2011-$195*
Business Formation and Entity Selection, Licensing, Obtaining Surety Bonds, Insurance, Sales Taxation of Contracting, Payroll Taxes and the Risk of Personal Liability, Construction Accounting, Employment and Immigration, Labor Law and Bank Financing of Contractors and Construction Projects
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Arizona’s Most Important Construction Law Appellate Decisions
Arizona Construction Law, 2d Ed. (1994) & 2010 Cumulative Supplement - $125*
If your clients include contractors and subcontractors, architects and engineers, developers, and lenders, you need the latest decisions affecting construction law in Arizona. And, there`s no better place to find them than in Arizona Construction Law. The first edition was a recognized standard within the industry for more than 18 years. More than 3000 copies were sold! Published in 1994, the Second Edition is destined to become the framework for Arizona construction law practice into the 21st century. Completely updated, reviewed for accuracy by experts in the construction law field . . . with helpful forms, a comprehensive table of authorities, and subject index.
Forms Table of Authorities Index
Construction Lien Law in Arizona: A Practice Manual (2005)
With Forms on CD - $70 *
Until now, there has never been a single practice devoted exclusively to Arizona lien law. Both the experienced and inexperienced practitioner alike will find this manual useful.
Features: Articulate and detailed explanations of the topic areas of Arizona lien law, Warnings about practice pitfalls, Practice pointers, Voluminous annotations, Several trustworthy forms on disk, Summaries of procedures
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