Is A Restaurant Liable For A Food Allergy Reaction?

Is A Restaurant Liable For A Food Allergy Reaction? The short answer to is A Restaurant Liable For A Food Allergy Reaction is, it depends.  Food allergies are on the rise across the country, and restaurant patrons are finding themselves having to ask questions like “do you make your food with peanuts?”  The world is…

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Arizona Marijuana Legalization and Expungement

Arizona Marijuana Legalization and Expungement Part of the recently enacted Prop 207 includes a provision in the statute (A.R.S. § 36-2862), allows individuals who were arrested for, charged with, adjudicated or convicted by trial or plea to certain marijuana related crimes to apply to have the record charge/conviction expunged.  If you were charged with: (1) …

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Are You Driving To California Over The Fourth of July?

Are You Driving To California Over The Fourth of July? The fourth of July is approaching and many Arizonans will likely venture to California to escape the heat over the holiday weekend.  If you do and you unfortunately are involved and injured in an auto accident, you may want to know what your legal rights…

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COVID-19 Liability Shield Laws

COVID-19 Liability Shield Laws COVID-19 Liability Shield Laws, many states have taken action shielding certain business from liability relating to Covid-19.   Arizona is on the same tract.  Currently SB 1377  is making its way through the Arizona legislature.  If passed by the legislature and signed by Governor Ducey the new law would provide immunity from…

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Wedding Venue Contracts and Covid-19 Can I Cancel The Contract?

Wedding Venue Contracts and Covid-19 Can I Cancel The Contract? Wedding Venue Contracts and Covid-19 Can I Cancel The Contract?  This seems to be a common question I am asked.  Force Majeure Sometimes contracts contain a force majeure clause that allows for the cancellation of a contract.   Even absent a force majeure clause there are…

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Does Arizona Law Cap Damages In Personal Injury Cases?

Does Arizona Law Cap Damages In Personal Injury Cases? The short answer is no. Some states have laws that cap the amount of money a person can recover as compensation for injuries caused by another person.  Some of these caps apply to specific types of injury cases.  Meaning some are caps on damages in car…

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