Q: Can a law firm pay a staffing agency a fee both for placement of a temporary lawyer and payment for the time billed by the temporary lawyer without running afoul of the Ethical Rule that prohibits splitting fees with non-lawyers?

A: Yes. For more information, see Ariz. Op. 00-10. For conflict concerns associated with contract lawyers, see Ariz. Op. 97-09.



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Meet your new Bar President Ernest Calderón. His ascension to the position is historic: Calderón, the Bar’s 70th President, is the first of Hispanic descent. Read how he leads by example, speaks his mind, gives to the community -- and listens to members.
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Efforts to Split 9th Circuit Gain New Life
Though many considered it a dead issue, the U.S. House of Representatives will hold hearings Tuesday on whether to split the nation's largest federal appellate court in two.
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Capital Case Commission Issues Death Penalty Report
Arizona voters should be asked to abolish the state's death penalty rather than try to fix it, a special panel decided Monday.
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Attorney ventures right into 'lion's den'
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The Impact of Ring v. Arizona: Who Represents Victims?
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Memorial for Judge Robert G. Mooreman
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Volunteers Needed For Supreme Court Committees
The State Bar Appointments Committee has extended the application deadline -- to Wednesday, July 31, 2002 -- and continues to accept applications to fill vacancies on two Supreme Court Committees.
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Arizona Court of Appeals – Division One

July 16, 2002 - CV 01-0396 - ESI v. United Artists
Did the trial court abuse its discretion by denying class action certification pursuant to Arizona Rule of Civil Procedure 23 when it concluded that a class action would result in damages which would be "annihilating?"
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July 11, 2002 - CV 02-0039 - Moschcau v. Mohave County
Is a county's imposition of a transaction privilege tax as authorized by a state statute, A.R.S. § 42-6103, a legislative act subject to the initiative power reserved to the citizens of this state pursuant to Article 4, Part 1, Section 1(8) of the Arizona Constitution?
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9th Circuit Court of Appeals

July 16, 2002 - No. 01-70055 - Virk v. Immigration & Naturalization Service
An alien's eligibility for a waiver of deportation did not depend upon his terminated relationship with his first wife in a sham marriage, but rather could be established through his relationship with his current wife in a valid marriage.
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July 15, 2002 - No. 01-17023/433, 02-15282 - Gerling Global Reinsurance Corp. of America
The State of California may constitutionally require the disclosure of insurance claims-related information (about Holocaust-era policies) by an insurance company that is licensed to do business in California, even though the required information may be in the hands of a related entity that is located in a foreign country.
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