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Building the Correct Foundation: Tips for Arizona Construction Contracts

Fundamental contract law mandates that for a contract to be valid, there must be: (1) an offer, (2) consideration (i.e., something of value to be exchanged between the parties), (3) Read More

Grant H. Frazier Co-Authors Article on Arizona’s FinTech Sandbox, Exemptive Authority, and Cooperative Federalism

Grant H. Frazier Co-Authors Article on Arizona’s FinTech Sandbox, Exemptive Authority, and Cooperative Federalism Read More

Implications of the New Arizona LLC Act

This article highlights some of the key differences between the old and new Arizona LLC acts and identifies several areas of the New LLC Act that should prompt business leaders to undertake a close analysis of their corporate governance documents, practices, and general framework. Read More

The Latest COVID-19 Stimulus Package and Its Implications for Small Businesses

The new $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus package was recently signed into law. While the package provides for a host of appropriations in several areas, we want to update our clients Read More

Ensuring Employers Are Smart and Safe About Prop 207 – The “Smart and Safe Arizona Act”

Adoption of the Smart and Safe Arizona Act raises many questions for businesses, including about drug-and-alcohol policies, drug testing, medical marijuana disability discrimination claims, and immigration issues and related employee education. These topics are addressed in this article. Read More

UPDATE: SBA PPP “Safe Harbor” Period Extended Until May 14, 2020 and More Clarification on Counting Company Affiliates

This is a follow-up from our May 5, 2020 Newsletter update regarding the SBA PPP “safe harbor” period, which was originally set to expire May 7, 2020. Late yesterday, the Read More

Small Business Administration (SBA) Grants Safe Harbor Period for Ineligible PPP Borrowers to Return Money by May 7, 2020

One of the most appealing features of the PPP loan program was the ability to potentially obtain repayment forgiveness of the amounts used by recipients for qualifying expenses, including payroll Read More

Common Law Doctrines That May Excuse Performance Under A Contract in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Introduction. In continuation of the firm’s earlier post discussing when a business can excuse or delay performance under certain contracts that cannot be honored due to the COVID-19 crisis, it is Read More

COVID-19 and Business Interruption Coverage

What is Business Interruption Insurance? The significant economic ramifications caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have called into question the applicability of “business interruption insurance,” which is usually part of a commercial Read More

COVID-19 and Force Majeure Clauses: Business Considerations

Individuals and companies who have entered into commercial contracts should engage legal counsel in asking the question: “is the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak and related economic ramifications so great Read More

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