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January 2022



Features
Lessons Learned as ABA President
by: Trish Refo
Jury Pools: Drowning in Unfairness
by: T. Sparling, F. Munoz, S. Goldenberg, E. Hermes, K. Hyland, L. Schachar, K. Barrett, C. Villanueva
Changes to Arizona's Homestead Exemption Laws
by: Larry O. Folks
Special Feature: Employment Law Intro
 
Drafting Enforceable Restrictive Covenants
by: Scott F. Gibson
Arbitration Agreements
by: Todd C. Werts
Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Law
by: Joshua R. Woodard and Jennifer R. Yee
Workplace Romance: Unwise But Not Unlawful
by: Stephanie J. Quincy and Lindsay J. Fiore
Arizona Minimum Wage Increases
by: Joshua C. Black
Workplace Sex Bias
by: Jeff Silence
Expanding Education's Disciplinary Regime
by: Denise Blommel and Jarrett Haskovec
Full and Final Future Medical Settlements
by: Ann Sandstrom and Michael Kaplan
Immigration Questions During Hiring
by: John Fay

Arizona Verdicts
by: West’s Jury Verdicts - Arizona Reports


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Special Feature
Expert Witness Guide
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Expert Witness Guide - 2021


Features
Editor's Letter
by: Tim Eigo, Editor
Why Hiring an Expert Is More Important Than Ever
by: Joey Catone
Valuation Considerations Amid a New Environment
by: Brian Foltyn
Expert Witness Testimony in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Disputes
by: Dr. Stephen Castell
Mastering the Virtual Environment
by: Deborah Johnson
Special Section: 2021 Expert Witness Guide


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