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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Arizona

Posted on : April 24, 2016
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Arizona The fact is that litigation is expensive and requires a significant investment of one’s time to see a case to trial. In the business world, though, time is money: the longer a lawsuit remains unresolved, the more time and business resources it can potentially consume. Think of your own business:...
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Damages Available in Breach of Contract Cases

Posted on : March 7, 2016
When one party to a contract fails to fulfill its obligations under the terms of that contract, the non-breaching party is left in a bit of a quandary: the non-breaching party may be left in a financially vulnerable position or may have to breach other contracts it has with other parties (if, for instance, the...
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City of Phoenix’s Recent Breach of Contract Lawsuit Against an ASU Professor

Posted on : December 1, 2015
Professor Matthew Whitaker, an associate professor at Arizona State University and owner of the Whitaker Group, founded the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at the college. As part of his background in history and his expertise on race relations, he was hired by the City of Phoenix to conduct training on “Police...
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