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EB Attorneys Steve Berger and Tami Lewis Recognized as Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona for 2021 January 25, 2021 by admin - Engelman Berger congratulates attorneys Steve Berger and Tami Lewis on being recognized as Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona for 2021 by Az Business Magazine. They have been recognized for their professional success… ...
Care Holiday Party Engelman Berger EB Sponsoring CARE’s 3rd Annual Holiday Party at ABI Winter Leadership Conference December 5, 2019 by admin - Engelman Berger is a proud sponsor of the Credit Abuse Resistance Education’s (CARE) 3rd annual holiday party. The event will be held on December 5th, 2019 from 4:30PM-6:00PM at the… ...
Statute Limitations Engelman Berger Guarantors May Have a New Statute of Limitations Defense July 15, 2019 by Michael Rolland - In Monroe v. Arizona Acreage LLC, No. 1 CA-CV 18-0476, 2019 WL 2134794 (Ariz. Ct. App. May 16, 2019), the Arizona Court of Appeals implied that under certain circumstances a general… ...
Engelman Berger Blog Rejection of Trademark License Not Tantamount to Revocation May 29, 2019 by Scott Cohen - Have you ever worried about the status of your intellectual property rights if the licensor filed bankruptcy? Outside of bankruptcy, it was settled law that a licensor who breaches cannot… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs HOW TO PLAY IN ARIZONA’S FINTECH SANDBOX – PART V: How to Comply. October 4, 2018 by Michael Rolland - The Arizona legislature recently signed into law the nation’s first fintech regulatory sandbox, which started accepting applications on August 3, 2018. Participants in the sandbox will enjoy a reprieve from… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs Case Alert – Ruffino v. Lokosky In The Age Of Email, Service By Publication Is On The Way Out September 28, 2018 by Michael Rolland - In Ruffino v. Lokosky, No. 1 CA-CV 17-0353, 2018 WL 3384998 (Ariz. Ct. App. July 12, 2018), the Arizona Court of Appeals held that, under some circumstances, alternative service by email,… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs When Litigation is on the Horizon, Understand Your Duty to Preserve Electronically Stored Information September 21, 2018 by Damien Meyer - Every business strives to avoid a trip to court house, but at times litigation cannot be avoided.  Businesses (and individuals) are wise to have legal counsel already in place before… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs HOW TO PLAY IN ARIZONA’S FINTECH SANDBOX – PART IV: How to Apply? September 5, 2018 by Michael Rolland - The Arizona legislature recently signed into law the nation’s first fintech regulatory sandbox, which started accepting applications on August 3, 2018. Participants in the sandbox will enjoy a reprieve from… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs Don’t Stay Together for the Kids…Do It for the Asset Protection Part I – The Basics August 20, 2018 by Bradley Pack - The Ninth Circuit recently held that a California-based bank with a judgment arising out of a guaranty signed by only one spouse (the husband) of a married couple residing in… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs HOW TO PLAY IN ARIZONA’S FINTECH SANDBOX – PART III: Who can Apply? August 13, 2018 by Michael Rolland - The Arizona legislature recently signed into law the nation’s first fintech regulatory sandbox, which started accepting applications on August 3, 2018. Participants in the sandbox will enjoy a reprieve from… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs HOW TO PLAY IN ARIZONA’S FINTECH SANDBOX – PART II: What’s the Benefit? August 8, 2018 by Michael Rolland - The Arizona legislature recently signed into law the nation’s first fintech regulatory sandbox, which started accepting applications on August 3, 2018. Participants in the sandbox will enjoy a reprieve from… ...
Engelman Berger Blogs HOW TO PLAY IN ARIZONA’S FINTECH SANDBOX – PART I: What is a Sandbox? August 1, 2018 by Michael Rolland - The Arizona legislature recently signed into law the nation’s first fintech regulatory sandbox, which will start accepting applications on August 3, 2018. Participants in the sandbox will enjoy a reprieve… ...