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Guide to Arizona Statutes of Limitation 2011

The One Reference Every Lawyer Really Needs

 

This publication is an essential aid to attorneys practicing in all fields of Arizona law. Available in print or in downloadable pdf.

 

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About the Book

This 174 page book (softcover, spiral bound), newly updated through 2011, includes most, if not all, statutes in which specify a time limitation. The statutes are arranged by area of law: Commercial law, criminal law, family law, insurance, labor law, personal actions or injuries, probate, real property and taxation. The first chapter provides information on accrual, tolling and other aspects of limitations.

 

Compiled, updated and edited by the MCBA Young Lawyers Division, the Guide is intended for use as an aid to Arizona attorneys in all areas of practice. The YLD's goal is to assist the bar in reducing the loss of viable claims due to missed statutes of limitation and the incidence of malpractice claims arising out of such errors.

The Most Frequently Asked Questions in Environmental Law - 2nd edition

The Environmental Answer Book for Arizona Businesses and Non-specialists

 

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About the Book

Sixteen chapters, 200 double-spaced pages in a three-ring binder. Written and edited by the MCBA Environmental & Natural Resources Section. Editors-in-chief: John D. Burnside and Maribeth M. Klein. Published by the Maricopa County Bar Association.

 

Completely up-to-date and comprehensive, this publication of 16 chapters covers every major area of environmental law of interest to persons and organizations in the Arizona business community. Each chapter has been drafted and updated by experienced local practitioners and provides fully referenced, Arizona-specific information.

 

The content is presented in an informative, non-technical manner for use by non-environmental practitioners and non-lawyers as well as personnel experienced in environmental law needing a quick reference and research aid for questions in unfamiliar subject areas.

 

Handbook for the Arizona Criminal Law Practitioner (2nd edition/2010)

The Essential Criminal Law Practitioner's Reference

 

Softcover, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, 210 pages, coil binding; compiled by the MCBA Criminal Law Section; edited by Robert Baumann, MCBA Criminal Law Section chair. Published by the Maricopa County Bar Association.

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