Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That A.R.S § 33-1005 Creates a Trust Obligation and that Directors of a Corporation May be Held Personally Liable if they Cause a Corporation to Breach that Trust Obligation.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That When A When a Worker Suffers Two Injuries in a Single Industrial Accident, His Employer May Be Entitled to Reimbursement from the Industrial Commission Special Fund, Even If Either of the Injuries Alone Would Not Entitle the Employer to Reimbursement.
Arizona Court of Appeal Division One Holds That A Mental Health Patient’s Right to a Hearing to Challenge Involuntary Hospitalization During a Mental Health Evaluation Does Not Include the Right to Challenge the Evaluation Itself.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That A.R.S. §§ 14-3910 and 14-3972(C) Protect a Third-Party Purchaser of a Beneficial Interest in a Deed of Trust Even When the Original Transferor Wrongly Obtained Title Through a Fraudulent Affidavit for Transfer of Real Property.