Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That Expert’s Opinion Based on Expert’s Own Experience in Field, Experience With Plaintiff’s Type of Injury, and Knowledge of Other Testimony in the Case Had Sufficient Foundation and Reliability to Be Admitted to Jury.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds that Defendant in Condemnation Action is Entitled to Immediate Disbursement of Money Paid Into Court by City/Condemnor, Despite Appeal by City, Because the Automatic Stay Under Rule 62(g) Conflicts With the Condemnation Statute, Which Controls.
Arizona Court ofAppeals Division One Holds That a Plaintiff’s Attorney Has No Common-Law Charging Lien on a Judgment if Sanctions Awarded Under Arizona Rule of Civil Procedure 68(g) Exceed the Plaintiff’s Award, Resulting in a Net Judgment in Favor of the Defendant.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That an Affidavit Is Proper Under A.R.S. § 33-422 When It Is Furnished to the Buyer at Least Seven Days Before Closing and Contains Sufficient Information to Put the Buyer on Inquiry Notice of All Relevant Conditions.