Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds A Party Cannot Be Held In Civil Contempt For Expressing Intent To Violate A Court Order in the Future
Yearly Archives: 2012
Arizona Supreme Court Holds That a Jury May Award Zero Damages, Despite Uncontroverted Testimony That Plaintiffs Suffered Damages, if It Deems That Amount Fair and Just, but That a Trial Court May Grant a New Trial if It Determines the Award is Insufficient or Not Justified by the Evidence.
May 9, 2012
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That the Family Purpose Doctrine Does Not Apply to Married or Unmarried Couples, or When the Driver Is an Independent Adult.
May 8, 2012
Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That A Defendant Subject To a Punitive Damages Claim Is Not Required To Gather Or Produce Financial Information Until the Court Finds That the Plaintiff Has Made a Prima Facie Case In Support Of Punitive Damages.
May 8, 2012
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That Releasing a Statutory Lien Does Not Automatically Waive the Lienholder’s Right to Demand Payment on the Underlying Debt.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Affirms Jury Verdict Against Insurer For Bad Faith Claims Adjustment, and Holds That Due Process Requires a 1:1 Ratio Among Punitive and Compensatory Damages In Particular Circumstances.