The third edition of Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual is the definitive reference on construction law practice in Arizona. Written by highly regarded construction attorneys and professionals, with 56 chapters explaining the key principles of construction law, this 2-volume manual is a “must have” for any lawyer practicing in this area. Its scope is unique among construction treatises, in that it explains the practical applications of construction law and answers many of the questions and concerns you may face when working with your client.
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!
Eminent Domain in Arizona gives you clear and concise explanations of eminent domain concepts, interpretations of Arizona constitutional law and statutes, and extensive case law citations with explanatory comments. If you represent clients who own real property, this well-organized reference is essential to your law library. Disk includes all forms contained in the book, for both plaintiff and defendant, plus interrogatories, and the Eminent Domain Jury Instructions.
This desk reference is designed to enable judges and attorneys to have immediate topical access to attorneys' fee awards information. It also provides information whether attorneys' fees are mandatory or discretionary where appropriate.