We officially welcome our 2024 Diversity Legal Writing Interns who have joined us in our Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson offices.

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Sadie Red Eagle

Law School: Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law

Undergraduate: Dartmouth College, B.A. American Indian/Native American Studies and Government Double Major

Sadie grew up in San Diego, California and Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Sadie is a citizen of the Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians and a descendant of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate, and Fort Belknap Assiniboine. Sadie graduated ...

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As we step into 2024, our State and Local Tax team is pleased to present a concise overview of key Arizona tax developments from 2023. 

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Explore the legal intricacies of dog toy trademarks such as Chewy Vuitton and Bad Spaniels. Uncover key cases, including a pivotal Supreme Court showdown, with implications for both canines and intellectual property at large.

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Continuing on this captivating musical journey, our hosts explore familiar tunes, recent copyright disputes, music copyright intricacies and potential infringement risks.

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Have you ever experienced musical déjà vu? Join our hosts on a musical journey through familiar tunes, recent copyright disputes, musical copyright intricacies and infringement risks. 

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Meet Caileb Booze, the latest addition to the Lewis Roca Michael D. Nosler Scholarship program. Originally from Oklahoma, Caileb pursued his undergraduate studies in Sociology at Oklahoma State University before spending a few years in Dallas, Texas. Ultimately, Caileb's academic journey led him to the University of Colorado Law School.

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On September 12, the Arizona Supreme Court declined to take review in ADP, LLC v. Ariz. Dep’t of Revenue, No. CV-23-0036-PR., which lets stand the Arizona Court of Appeals opinion in the same case. 254 Ariz. 417, No. 1 CA-TX 21-0009 (Ariz. Ct. App. Jan. 31, 2023).

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Have you ever wondered how common words can become exclusive trademarks? Tune in to learn how The Ohio State University secured a trademark for the word "The" in relation to apparel and unravel the intriguing world of trademark registration for other everyday words and phrases.

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Are you curious about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is shaking up the world of Intellectual Property (IP)? Tune in to discover the latest developments in this complex field.

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The Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed a jury verdict that imposed 100% liability on an escrow agent for a wire transfer it sent to a cybercriminal/imposter and attributed no fault to the imposter or the party whose systems were compromised by the imposter. Cybersecurity practitioners and Arizona litigators should take note of the decision and its potential implications.

In Mago v. Arizona Escrow & Financial Corp., the plaintiff (“Mago”) had contracted to purchase a Subway franchise from the prior owners (the “Sellers”). The escrow agent for the deal was Arizona Escrow (the ...

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