• Sexual Harassment

    Sexual harassment is illegal. A person who is sexually harassed in Arizona may file a charge against her employer with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Arizona Civil Rights Division, and then, if appropriate, sue her employer

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  • New Arizona Employer Sanctions Law to Take Effect

    Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano recently signed into law the Arizona Fair and Legal Employment Act (FLEA), which is slated to take effect January 1, 2008.

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  • New Legislation Affects Trusts

    Last year, the Arizona Legislature approved a modified version of the Uniform Trust Code, which it aptly named the Arizona Trust Code (ATC).

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  • The Bankruptcy Option

    Many people are struggling to pay their day-to-day expenses and, in some cases, they must choose between paying an “upside down” mortgage or their living expenses.

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  • The Law of Torts

    A tort is a civil action for damages relating to a variety of injuries.

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  • Family Law Issues

    The concept of community property traces its origins to the civil laws of Mexico and Spain.

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