I'm starting a firm with several other lawyers, and we all have last names that are difficult to pronounce. Can we use our initials as our law firm name?
No. That would be a trade name. Read Ethics Op. 91-09
The Visual Fourth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment, rum and molasses. Who knew? Here's a remarkable new way to picture legal history. Read more.
O'Connor: Ignorance Threatens Judicial Independence
At a meeting of governors, the former Supreme Court Justice said judicial independence is under attack from people who don't understand that court rulings must be based on legality instead of popularity. Read more.
System Ready to Check ID Status
The online program Arizona businesses will use to verify job applicants' legal status can now serve millions of additional companies, a federal representative said Monday. Read more.
9th Circuit Axes Bigger Panels
After a fleeting experiment with increasing 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals en banc panels from 11 to 15 judges, the court has axed the bigger panels. Read more.
Bar Leadership Institute Seeks Participants
Do you want to be a future leader of the Bar and the legal profession? Be a member of the charter class of the Institute! The deadline to apply is August 3rd. Read more.
File Your MCLE Affidavit Online
Your 2006-07 MCLE affidavits can be filed online – it's fast, accurate and updated in real time. Just go to myazbar.org and click on MCLE Online Affidavit.
Los Abogados Hosts Charity Golf Tournament
The golf tournament takes place September 8th and benefits Hispanic law students. Read more.
Arizona Court of Appeals
Division One | Division Two
July 17, 2007 – CV 06-0467 – PLM Tax v. Schweikert
Is a county treasurer liable when a tax lien proves to be invalid? Read opinion.
July 11, 2007 – 2 CA-CR 2006-0203 – State v. Michael Manuel Dixon
Is evidence of accidental loss or inadvertence by a property owner required to support a conviction for theft of lost or misdelivered property in violation of A.R.S. � 13-1814(A)(4)? Read opinion.
9th Circuit Court of Appeals
July 19, 2007 – No. 06-15179 – Nehmer v. U.S. Dept. of Veterans
In a suit involving veterans of the Vietnam War who contracted diseases after exposure to Agent Orange, a district court clarification and enforcement order is affirmed where the district court's interpretation of an earlier court-approved Stipulation and Order that settled a class action lawsuit brought by veterans of the Vietnam War was reasonable and correct. Read opinion.
July 19, 2007 – No. 05-56006 – Kutasi v. Las Virgenes Unified School District
In a suit under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 and the Rehabilitation Act relating to the individualized educational plan for an autistic child, dismissal of plaintiffs' claims is affirmed where plaintiffs failed to exhaust their administrative remedies. Read opinion.
How to Make Money – Ethically
The Complete Lawyer
This half-day seminar on August 23rd is geared to attorneys private practice, office managers and marketing directors. Read more
This issue looks at the aging of the profession: What special issues arise for lawyers along with age-related conditions? Read more.
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