Supplemental legislation, effective September 30, 2009, has made technical corrections to and clarified the Arizona Trust Code (ATC), and made other additions not in the original bill. Now the new ATC offers better protection for beneficiaries.
The Phoenix real estate development market from 2003-2006 was truly the most festive “Developers Ball” in the country. Now cities that once benefitted from the market are trying to figure out how to deal with the real estate bubble that has gone “bust.”
Successful businesses should protect their trademark rights. A trademark (or service mark) is typically one or more terms or symbols used to identify or brand a product or service. Businesses should be aware of and consider various aspects of trademark protection and some practice tips in selecting a trademark and applying for registration.
Tiffany and Bosco address some important issues that arise when businesses and individuals do business with Indian Tribes or Tribal Entities on Tribal Lands.
Like marital partners, business partners can have irreconcilable differences that require their separation. Business divorce is an area of the law that assists clients in the splitting of assets of the company or the business itself. Business divorce involves separating the conflicting owners and concluding the dispute-usually through negotiation, agreement, or if necessary, litigation.