A bestseller since 1982, this nuts-and-bolts resource provides a practical approach to commercial and consumer law topics. You'll find lots of "how-to" details on handling claims, reducing claims to judgment, and enforcing judgments once they're obtained. With over 100 pages of forms, sensible advice on common practice problems, and analyses of pertinent substantive and procedural issues, Arizona Civil Remedies is one of the most useful books a lawyer can own!
This treatise concerns cases where clients sue their attorney, alleging under one or more legal theories that the attorney’s error or omission (or in less common cases, intentional conduct), has caused them recoverable damages. During a recent four-year period, every legal malpractice claim study shows real estate, plaintiff’s personal injury and family law as the three largest categories and making up half or more of all claims. Preparing, filing and transmission of documents (not including pleadings) made up the largest share of all claims, while erroneous legal advice was second.