Yearly Archives: 2014

Gallardo v. Arizona (10/30/2014)

November 3, 2014
Arizona Supreme Court Clarifies the Elasticity Prong of the Republic Investment Test for Analyzing Whether a Statute Violates the Arizona Constitution’s Prohibition on Special Laws, Holding That Entry Into a Class Created by a Statute Need Not Be Reasonably Probable Within a Particular Time.

Dueñas v. Life Care Centers of America, Inc. (10/21/2014)

October 31, 2014
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That (1) Beneficiaries’ Wrongful Death Claims Are Not Subject to Arbitration Agreements Entered Into by Decedent, and (2) Where Parties Enter Into a Series of Transactions, Each with Separate Arbitration Agreements, the Court May Determine Whether a Dispute Arising from a Specific Transaction Is Subject to Arbitration.

Lewis v. Debord – 10/6/2014

October 31, 2014
Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That Where a Subsequent Purchaser Acquires an Interest in a Judgment Debtor’s Real Property After a Judgment Creditor Records a Judgment but Before Attaching an Information Statement, the Resulting Judgment Lien Loses its Priority and the Judgment Creditor Cannot Satisfy His or Her Judgment by Executing on That Property.