Arizona Litigation Trends

Posted on November 16, 2008 in Arizona Law Regarding Business and Real Estate

So what’s up in Arizona and national litigation? Everyone is suing everyone. We opened four new files last week at the law firm of William A. Miller in Scottsdale, Arizona.

In its latest annual 2008 Litigation Trends Survey, the international law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. predicts a rise in corporate litigation. “This year’s survey appears to mark an inflection point for American business, between the end of a prolonged period of prosperity and the start of a period of economic challenge that is likely to fuel litigation over who is to blame and who should pay for the consequences,” said Stephen C. Dillard, who chairs Fulbright’s global litigation practice. “Given that we were polling in-house counsel on the cusp of that transition, it’s no wonder that this year’s findings highlight both the evident calm before the storm, as well as the sense that disputes are on the rise.” Do you think? Bill Miller has always said the two times people in Arizona litigate is when there is no money floating around … like now and when there is too much, like the late 1990’s.

If you lost money in a real estate deal or some crazy investment, you need to call Bill at 602.319.6899 to see what your rights are in the GREAT STATE OF ARIZONA.

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