Skip to main content

Arizona Attorneys' Fees Manual, 7th Edition 2022 (Digital)

Average Rating:
Not yet rated
Arizona CLE Books |  Litigation




Hon. Patricia K. Norris (ret.)

Hon. Bruce E. Meyerson (ret.)


From general advice on recording time, "billing judgment" and "reasonable hours," fee agreements, and apportionment, to responding to an application for fees and evidentiary hearings, ethical rules governing attorneys' fees and technical requirements of entering into fee agreements with clients, this manual provides the nuts and bolts details of what you need to recover fees.


This manual provides essential information on specific areas of fee recovery, such as litigation with government agencies, sanctions and punitive fee awards, equitable doctrines, attorneys' fees as damages, and recovery of costs for non-lawyer services.  In addition, there are comprehensive chapters covering family, probate. civil rights and employment disputes, and construction law.


Chapters Include:

  • Procedures and Forms, Hon. Patricia K. Norris
  • A.R.S. 12-341-01, Robert C. Houser & Sarah Barrios Cool
  • Contractual Provisions, Janet M. Howe
  • Litigation With Government Agencies, Karen Hartman-Tellez
  • Sanctions and Punitive Fee Awards, Mark A. Fuller
  • Equitable Grounds for the Award of Attorneys' Fees, Christopher A. La Voy
  • Attorneys' Fees as Damages, Brian J. Campbell
  • Recovery of Costs and Fees for Non-Lawyer Services, Michael S. Catlett
  • Attorneys' Fees on Appeal, Timothy Berg, Janice Procter-Murphy, Theresa Dwyer, Emily Ward & Tyler Carlton
  • Attorneys' Fees in Family Law, Mark W. Armstrong 
  • Attorneys' Fees in Probate, T.J. Ryan
  • Attorneys' Fees in Construction, Frances J. Haynes & Alejandro Barrientos
  • Attorneys' Fees in Arbitration, Hon. Bruce E. Meyerson, ret.
  • Ethical Issues, Patricia A. Sallen
  • Attorneys Fees in Civil Rights and Employment Disputes, Melanie V. Pate
  • Subject Index

Special Features: The digital version of the new handbook includes special features making it more user-friendly. The text is searchable and includes hyperlinks to case law, statutes, relevant Internet information, links to internal cross-references, as well as searchable text.