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How Arizona Applies Separability Doctrine to Arbitration Clauses

In Hamblen v. Hatch, 242 Ariz. 483 (2017), the Arizona Supreme Court gave further force to arbitration clauses by affirming the applicability of the “Separability Doctrine” even where a contract containing the arbitration provision has been rescinded. This case underscores the importance of consulting counsel regarding the scope and applicability of an arbitration clause to …

You are a Director, Officer or Manager and Just Got Sued, Now What?

You served as a director and/or officer of a corporation and have just been named as a target of an investigation and in a civil lawsuit as a defendant.  Can the corporation help you with hiring an attorney, paying counsel and defending your position?  Or maybe you are a manager of an LLC under the …

Doing Business on Tribal Lands in Arizona

If you are considering doing business on Tribal Land or with Tribal Entities, you need to understand that the law that applies to the business deal will likely not be Arizona law. This article addresses some important issues that arise when businesses and individuals do business with Indian Tribes or Tribal Entities on Tribal Lands.  …

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