Z’Tejas 1 vs. Zipps 0

Posted on January 24, 2014 in Arizona Trials

What happened when a local powerhouse sports bar, http://www.zippssportsgrills.com/ sued a developer for trying to add a southwestern grill known as, http://ztejas.com/ to one of its shopping centers?

The developer fights back.

The Law Firm of William A. Miller is proud to announce the developer of the shopping center at 16th and Bethany in Phoenix, Arizona used our firm to fight this case. We are also happy to state that, we won. Patrons are now enjoying their margarita’s at Z’Tejas and Zipps is licking its wounds for filing such a case in the first place.

It was a classic war. Millions and millions in valuation and cash-flow were at stake. Zipps hired one of the top law firms in Arizona and every phone call, letter, email, pleading and the actual hearing was fought tooth-and-nail. But, in the end the Court saw through the smoke screen that Zipps had offered to stop the Z’Tejas from breaking ground and it was not long before the case was dismissed.

The case was covered in the Arizona Republic: http://www.azcentral.com/community/phoenix/articles/20130419phoenix-ztejas-location-opens-legal-battle.html

The docket can be found at: http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/docket/CivilCourtCases/caseInfo.asp?caseNumber=CV2012-006285

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