How a Congressional Act in 1996 Against Pornography Did Airbnb a Solid in 2018 Airbnb is a platform designed for people seeking affordable, high quality, and immersive travels. Airbnb has gained popularity by providing business opportunities to homeowners, unique [...]
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I Filed a Lawsuit, But Now I Want to Drop It. . . . Can I Do That? [Voluntary Dismissal of Lawsuits in Arizona]Joshua Jacoby2018-12-20T18:05:35+00:00
I Filed a Lawsuit, But Now I Want to Drop It... Can I Do That? (Voluntary Dismissal of Lawsuits in Arizona) At one point you made the decision to file a lawsuit against someone (or a business) that committed a [...]
COMMERCIAL LEASE: Did you consider all potential pitfalls? When evaluating a commercial lease, it’s important to keep in mind what sort of contract clause you should expect to see—and which ones to be careful of. Working with an experienced real [...]
The Top Three Reasons for Real Estate Purchase Contract Disputes and How to Avoid Them Part I: From the Seller’s Perspective 1. Buyer fails to close A Seller’s primary objective in a real estate purchase agreement is straightforward: To collect [...]
So you work for McDonald's, or you think you work for McDonald's? (How the NLRB's Overruling of the Browning-Ferris Industries Decision Might Affect You) Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) overruled the 2015 case known as Browning-Ferris Industries [...]
Things to Consider Before Listing your Home on Airbnb BACKGROUND In 2007, two San Francisco tenants struggling to pay rent decided to throw a few air mattresses on the ground and advertise for nightly rentals. Fast forward ten years and [...]
You were served with a lawsuit. what should you do? “Being served” is simply the term describing the actual delivery of the lawsuit to you. Did you receive the lawsuit in the mail? Or, was it delivered to you in [...]
>Which Lawsuits Can Be Determined In Federal Courts? Federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction. Unlike State courts, which have general jurisdiction and have the power to hear most cases arising under the state or federal law, Federal courts can [...]
My Partner is Stealing Money/Ruining Our Business, Now What? There is almost nothing worse than the feeling that those you should be able to trust most are taking advantage of that trust. Yet, it happens--in family relationships, social relationships, and [...]
Landlord Lockouts A common question landlords have when tenants fail to pay rent is whether they can do a “lockout.” The answer to that question depends on the situation. First, for residential leases governed by the Arizona Residential Landlord and [...]