Publications & Presentations


THE CAVANAGH LAW FIRM'S lawyers are industry leaders who regularly author information in their fields and are sought after to speak to professional groups.

Upcoming Seminars

E-Verify in the Event of a Government Shutdown

E-VERIFY IN THE EVENT OF A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
By Julie A. Pace (602.322.4046)

Congressional delegates from the Republican and Democratic parties worked out a deal on Sunday, April 30, 2017, to keep the government operating through September 2017. The agreement still has to be approved by the full House and Senate and signed by the President before it becomes effective.

If the bill is not adopted and a government shutdown occurs, employers will be unable to use E-Verify or obtain I-9 or E-Verify support through the Customer Support lines. Therefore, employers will not be able to use E-Verify to confirm employment authorization within the required three (3) days after the date of hire. Further, employers will not be able to resolve any outstanding Tentative Non-Confirmation results that are pending when the government shuts down.

So what should employers do? There is no specific guidance by the Government in these circumstances but here are reasonable options:

(1) Complete the Form I-9 within three (3) days after the date of hire as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
(2) Keep a file of the I-9s for employees who are hired during the government shutdown and have not been through E-Verify in preparation for completing E-Verify when it becomes available.
(3) Keep a list of the open TNC’s but do not take adverse action against employees who have an outstanding TNC that cannot be resolved because of the government shutdown.
(4) Be prepared for the additional cases that you will have to process after E-Verify becomes available.

After the government shutdown in 2013, the USCIS provided an additional 12 federal business days to the date of the referral letter to resolve any tentative non-confirmation that had already been referred to DHS or SSA. If an employee contested, but E-Verify was already unavailable, employers were instructed to initiate the contest process when E-Verify was again available.

In 2013, after the Government began operations again from the shutdown, USCIS gave employers a deadline for completing the E-Verify cases for employees who were hired during the government shutdown that was approximately three weeks after the E-Verify system became available. Employers were told to write “Federal Government Shutdown” in the field asking for the reason why the case was entered more than three days after the date of hire. Similar guidance may be issued in this circumstance.

If there is a government shutdown, employers should ensure that they continue to timely complete the Form I-9 and be prepared to complete the E-Verify queries timely after the government and E-Verify resumes.

And, this is a good time to remind companies to complete I-9 and E-Verify audits, review procedures for addressing identity mismatch issues, review immigration compliance policies and new hire documents, and ensure your Company has appropriate immigration compliance procedures and systems in place. Companies should also be prepared on how to handle an ICE audit. Some companies may want to join the ICE image program. It is in the best interests of companies to review and take steps to ensure compliance and best practices.

April 30, 2017

New DOL Salaried Exempt OT Rules - Options to Help You Run Your Business

This special 75 minute webinar will focus on new US Department of Labor's salaried exempt rules and overtime options that can benefit your company. In this session, we will evaluate the pros and cons of different solutions relating to currently exempt supervisors, managers and administrators earning less than $47,476. You will also lean the proper way to calculate overtime, weighted average, piece time and the fluctuating workweek as well as how to conduct a self audit of your company's exempt classifications to ensure wage and hour compliance.

Construction Financial Management Association

June 22, 2016

The Intersection of Family Law and Criminal Law

Topics will include self-incrimination as it relates to family court proceedings, obtaining and using CPS records in court and a primer on wiretap laws for family practitioners. 

State Bar of Arizona

May 13, 2016

Advanced Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law

Hone your skills as an expert UM/UIM Practitioner Wyndham Garden Midtown 3600 North 2nd Avenue Phoenix, AZ 800-930-6182

National Business Institute

April 08, 2016

State Bar of Arizona Insurance Law Institute

State Bar Headquarters

  • 10:00 - 1-:45, Attorney-Client - Timothy Hyland
  • 11:00 - 12:00, Worker's Compensation Bad Faith (updates) - Cassandra Meyer

State Bar of Arizona

February 05, 2016

Insurance Law Institute

State Bar Headquarters

  • 10:00 - 10:45, Cyber Liability - John Wittwer
  •   1:00 -   3:15, Damron Panel - Steven Plitt

State Bar of Arizona

February 04, 2016

Attorney Panel Discussion

Arizona Insurance Claims Association

July 16, 2015

Advanced Coverage Analysis

National Business Institute

June 18, 2015

Dress Code Liabilities

Register here: http://www.lorman.com/396136?discount_code=V7398871&p=13389

Lorman

May 28, 2015

Immigration Compliance for the HR Professional: Employment Authorization Issues and Beyond

Live Webinar, 1:00 p.m EST www.lorman.com/396224?p=13389&discount_code=B4373194 Learning Objectives: • You will be able to review new developments and audits regarding I-9 and E-Verify documentation. • You will be able to describe how to conduct your own internal I-9 and E-Verify Audit. • You will be able to identify the most common mistakes made on the I-9 form. • You will be able to discuss what retention rules to follow regarding I-9 documents. Join us at the conclusion of the webinar for a live question and answer session.

Lorman

April 08, 2015

Billed vs. Paid and the Affordable Care Act: Emerging Issues in Bodily Injury Claims

Jason Bliss address issues such as the following:

  • Why does an MRI cost $800 at one hospital and ten times that amount at a different hospital across town?
  • Are the hospital's "billed" amounts really reasonable?  Who establishes this and on what basis?
  • Why is a personal injury plaintiff entitled to multi-million dollar damages based on a life care plan when the Affordable Care Act now mandates health insurance coverage at a fraction of the cost, for at least some of the care described in the plan?

Aicaon

March 19, 2015

Narcotic Use in Precast Concrete Plants

National Precast Concrete Association 10:30 a.m. - Noon

National Concrete Precast Association

March 06, 2015

The Worth and Worry of Wellness Programs

Western Pension and Benefits AZ Country Club 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Western Pension and Benefits

March 05, 2015

Fundamentals of Employment Law

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Sterling Education Services

March 05, 2015

Employment Law Seminar

Arizona Builders Alliance Hensel Phelps 4129 E Van Buren, Ste 100 Phoenix, AZ

Arizona Builders Alliance

March 03, 2015

New Developments Regarding ICE Audits

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Arizona Convention Center

AZ SHRM

February 26, 2015

Top 10 Employment Law Mistakes

Webinar 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST

National Business Institute

February 05, 2015

August 01, 2014

Employment Law Fundamentals - Discrimination

Registration 11:15 - 11:30 a.m. Program 11;30 - 1:00 p.m. (lunch is provided) 303 East Palm Lane, Phoenix, AZ

Maricopa County Bar Association

May 16, 2014

HR Compliance Roadmap: From Hiring Through Termination in 2014

April 10 -11 (two days) 8:30 a.m. - 4:3- p.m. Hilton Garden Inn 4000 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 279-9811

Lorman Education Services

April 10, 2014

Washington Follows Qualcomm

iWestlaw Journal - Insurance Coverage

April 01, 2014

Employment Law Update

8:30 a.m. - Noon

Lake Havasu Chamber of Commerce

March 21, 2014

Responding to an EEOC Charge

Webinar

Lorman Education Services

February 27, 2014

Health and Wellness

Hotel Valley Ho 6850 E Main St Scottsdale, AZ 85251 6:00 - 7:15 p.m.

HHRA

February 12, 2014

EEOC Compliance in Arizona

February 11, 2014 8:30 - 4:30 cmatthews@lorman.com

Lorman Education Services

February 11, 2014

Medical Marijuana

9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Northwest Arizona Human Resource Association

February 03, 2014

I-9, E-Verify and Immigration Compliance

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Phoenix time

Clear Law Institute

January 29, 2014

January 28, 2014

Health and Wellness

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Lovitt & Touche

January 09, 2014

Healthcare Bill Implementation for Contractors: What It Means to You

AICPA December 5-6, 2013 Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV whampton@acmllp.com

AICPA

January 05, 2014

Advanced Emloyment Issues in Arizona

December 11, 2013 9:00 - 4:30 122 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 602-252-1234

National Business Institute (NBI)

December 11, 2013

November 19, 2013

Immigration Webinar for Business Management Daily

November 12, 2013 1:00 - 2:15 p.m. EST Pat DiDomenico pdidomenico@businessmangementdaily.com 703-905-4583

Business Management Daily

November 12, 2013

ICAA Convention and Trade Show - "Hot Button Issue - Immigration and Healthcare"

Insulation Contractors Association of America (ICAA)

October 04, 2013

Employment Law Update in Arizona

Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix 602-279-9811

Lorman Education Services

October 04, 2013

Effective Immigration Compliance for Business


4 Easy Ways to Register:

• Web: www.sterlingeducation.com
   Enter # in “Express Registration”

• Mail: Sterling Education Services
   PO Box 3127
   Eau Claire, WI 54702

• Phone: 715-855-0498

• Fax: 715-835-5132

Sterling Education Services

September 26, 2013

Immigration Law and Employer Compliance: A New Era for Employer Liability

Learn the ins and outs of immigration law compliance - before you're faced with a lawsuit. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced stepped-up efforts against employers of undocumented immigrants, including more criminal and civil prosecutions and higher civil fines. Many companies take a head-in-the-sand approach, thinking their paperwork is in order - or hoping they won't get caught. Are you willing to bet the ranch on your company's future? Attend this seminar and learn how to conduct your own internal I-9 audit, implement immigration strategies, and know how to deal with an ICE enforcement action or sheriff's raid. The training and tips in this seminar are invaluable to your company managing risks and ensuring compliance with various laws. Benefits for You • Stay up-to-date on federal immigration proposals • Know the importance of fully completing the Form I-9 • Learn about the new I-9 • Learn strategies for immigration compliance and protecting your company • Learn the nuts and bolts of using the E-Verify program • Learn about government contracts include FAR requirements • Learn how to respond to ICE audits • Learn how to respond to SSA no match letters Learning Objectives • You will be able to discuss recent immigration proposals. • You will be able to explain the Legal Arizona Workers' Act. • You will be able to identify strategies for immigration compliance and protecting your company. • You will be able to review government contracts, FAR requirements and E-Verify.

Register at www.lorman.com/ID389195 or call 866-352-9539

Lorman

August 28, 2013

May It Please The Court - Effective Case Presentation at Trial

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed to provide trial attorneys of all levels of experience with practical tips on trial presentation and working with witnesses. Event Description Skillfully present your case in court using tips from the pros! Would you like to tap into the secrets of veteran litigators and win more cases? Your chance is here! Join us for an engaging study and discussion to gain the skills of experienced courtroom attorneys and practical pointers that you can use during your next trial. Enroll today! • Use litigation support service to practice building a sympathetic jury and minimize surprises.
• Deliver a compelling opening statement for a favorable first impression.
• Leverage 20 tips that will transform your trial presentation from ordinary to extraordinary.
• Object to your opponent’s argument without alienating the judge or jury.
• Time your objections wisely to give them maximum impact. • Guide your witnesses in providing persuasive and compelling testimony.
• Diminish the influence of opposing testimony: know how to limit responses and highlight prior inconsistencies.
• Be persuasive: use easy, inexpensive technology to tell a compelling story.
• Learn the five keys to a powerful and effective closing statement.

National Business Institute (NBI)

June 14, 2013

Employment Law Fundamentals - Managing Employees

Learn tips to communicate with and manage your employees while minimizing risk when you need to provide counseling, discipline, or proceed to termination of employment.

Maricopa County Bar Association

May 17, 2013

Affordable Care Act

Learn the details of the Affordable Health Care Act and best practices and action items that your company should consider. Phoenix, AZ

Construction Financial Management Services

May 16, 2013

Immigration Webinar

Learn about the new I-9 Form and the latest tips and on handling various I-9 scenarios, addressing ICE audits, and using and managing E-Verify, including documentation, retention rules, and implementation of detailed immigration strategies to protect your company.

Business Management Daily

May 09, 2013

Payroll Practices and Procedures

Learn best practices in handling payroll and implementing procedures to minimize risk and protect your company from claims and DOL audits, including addressing policies, practices and more.

Audio Conference

Lorman Education Services

May 08, 2013

Affordable Care Act

Learn the details of the Affordable Health Care Act and best practices and action items that your company should consider.

San Francisco, CA

Associated General Contractors of California

May 03, 2013

Dress Code Liabilities

Learn the latest regarding dress codes, tattoos, piercings and what you can control at the work place.

Audio conference

Lorman Education Services

May 02, 2013

Travel, Lodging and Biggest Mistakes Made in DOL Audit

Learning the Davis-Bacon rules, reviewing the guidelines for recording and paying travel and lodging expense for employees on construction sites, and understanding the best practices for wage and hour issues on construction sites in the world of increasing DOL enforcement.

Scottsdale, AZ

American Institute of Constructors Annual Forum

April 26, 2013

HR Compliance Roadmap: From Hiring to Termination in 2013 in AZ

Two day Human Resources Seminar teaching the latest best practices regarding hiring, counseling, and terminating employees; handling government investigations and charges from DOL, Davis-Bacon, ICE, EEOC, NLRB, OSHA and more; addressing the new I-9 Form and tips re E-verify and immigration compliance; reviewing the Affordable Health Care Act and ERISA; updating handbooks and employment policies; understanding leaves of absences from ADA, FMLA and WC; learning latest wage and hour rules and best practices, evaluating best practices under the new drug and alcohol laws including medical marijuana, and reviewing the new laws being passed in the Arizona Legislature.

Lorman Education Services

April 18, 2013

Public Records Law Litigation Seminar

Learn the latest on public records and what can be withheld as confidential or privileged.

Scottsdale, AZ

Law Seminars International

April 17, 2013

April 01, 2013

Bad Faith Insurance Claims in Arizona

National Business Institute

February 01, 2013

Greatest Hits to Protect Your Company Regarding Employment and Government Regulation

Learn the latest information on employment laws, hiring, discipline, terminations, handling EEOC charges of discrimination, wage and hour and DOL audits, I-9s and immigration compliance, and employee handbooks.

Tucson Jewish community Center
3800 East River Road
Catalina Room
Tucson, AZ 85718

NFIB, Arizona Construction Assn., SCF Arizona

September 27, 2012

Greatest Hits to Protect Your Company Regarding Employment and Government Regulation

Learn the latest information on employment laws, hiring, discipline, terminations, handling EEOC charges of discrimination, wage and hour and DOL audits, I-9s and immigration compliance, and employee handbooks.

Phoenix Corporate Center
3003 North Central Avenue
Lower Level Auditorium
Phoenix, AZ 85012

NFIB, Arizona Construction Assn., SCF Arizona

September 25, 2012

Best Practices in ADA, FMLA and Workers' Compensation

Inge Murphy, Contact 800-678-3940

Lorman Education Services

July 31, 2012

Immigration Update Webinar

10:00 - 11:30 a.m. (Phoenix time) 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (Eastern time)

Business Management Daily

July 26, 2012

Civil Court Procedure and Strategy Bootcamp

Comprehensive Review of the Civil Litigation Process Who Should Attend This basic-to-intermediate level two-day seminar is designed for: • Attorneys • In-House Counsel • Litigation Support Professionals • Paralegals Event Description Get a Comprehensive Review of the Civil Litigation Process. This two-day practical guide to civil litigation will walk you through the structure and strategy of a lawsuit from client intake and initial filing through settlement, trial and post-trial remedies. Take the time to ask your most pressing questions and find out what works and what doesn't in real-life situations. Get efficiency tips from seasoned litigators and judge(s).

National Business Institute

June 28, 2012

Practice Management - Employee Issues

Prescott Resort, June 14, 9:25 a.m. To register contact: Nina Tross, MBA, EA -- cell: 480/440-9708 fax: 480/452-0731

Arizona Society of Practicing Accountants

June 14, 2012

Davis-Bacon, Travel, Lodging and the DOL

Julie Pace and Daryl Davis-Ferra, Presenters 11:45 a.m., registration 12:20-1:20 p.m., presentation Doubletree 44th Street and Van Buren Marjorie Weber, Contact 602-763-1345

CFMA

April 19, 2012

Employment Laws Made Simple

8:30 a.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Phoenix, AZ

National Business Institute

December 06, 2011

Discovery of the Insurance Case - Quantifying Damages/Losses

December 1, 2011 - Tucson, AZ
December 2, 2011 - Phoenix, AZ

2:30 - 3:30 p.m.

National Business Institute (NBI)

December 01, 2011

Ethical Considerations

December 1, 2011 - Tucson, AZ
December 2, 2011 -  Phoenix, AZ

3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

National Business Institute (NBI)

December 01, 2011

Litigating Insurance Coverage Claims from Start to Finish

Program Description

Build a Solid Foundation for Your Insurance Litigation Practice

Insurance litigation procedures and challenges are as diverse as they are extensive. Do you have all the knowledge you need to effectively navigate the system? This engaging overview will walk you through the litigation process step-by-step and simplify some of the more confusing issues of coverage and settlement strategy. Register today!

  • Learn to speak the language of the insurance world in the legal context and become more successful in negotiations.
  • Explore the insurer's duties and insured's rights and protections and gain practical tips for pursuing compliance.
  • Review sample policy language and learn to spot red flags.
  • Discover the most common disputes arising over triggers of coverage and hear how seasoned attorneys handle such challenges.
  • Get detailed instruction on what to include in your initial filing for a strong case opener.
  • Find out when a dispositive motion has the best chance of success.
  • Learn what motions and pleadings will propel your case forward and get sample language to make their drafting easier and more effective.
  • Find out what major considerations come up in arguing “ambiguity in policy” and “actual controversy” and how to effectively counter them.
  • Prepare for your day in court – understand the peculiarities of the insurance coverage trial and improve your courtroom performance.
  • Delve into the complex challenges of conflicts of interest and get actionable strategies for protecting your professional reputation.

Who Should Attend

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for:

  • Attorneys
  • In-House Counsel
  • Insurance Claims Professionals
  • Paralegals

Course Content
  1. Insurance Coverage Contract Language 101
  2. Case Evaluation and Pre-Litigation Steps
  3. Initial Pleadings/Motions - Filing the Suit
  4. Discovery of the Insurance Case - Quantifying Damages/Loss
  5. Settlement Strategies
  6. Taking Your Insurance Claim to Trial and Further
  7. Ethical Considerations

Continuing Education Credits:

Continuing Legal Education – CLE: 6.00
Insurance – Insurance: 7.00

* denotes specialty credits



Doubletree at Reid Park
445 South Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ
Facility Phone: 520-881-4200

National Business Institute (NBI)

December 01, 2011

Preparing for Health Care Reform (The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act - PPACA)

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV
October 26 - October 28, 2011

Annual Construction Conference - Construction Financial Management Association

October 26, 2011

Changes in Employment and Labor Laws

Tubac Golf Resort, Arizona

October 20 - October 22, 2011

Arizona Builders Alliance

October 20, 2011

Rules for Your Workforce

9:05 - 10:05 a.m.
Black Canyon Conference Center
Phoenix, AZ
602-244-0569

Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants

October 19, 2011

The New Pain Management - Medical Marijuana Seminar

7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Fiesta Inn Conference Center
Tempe, AZ

R&R Partners

October 19, 2011

Employment Law From A to Z

Employment Law From A to Z

October 18, 2011
Phoenix, AZ


Register Today For This Exciting Event.
Seminar - $339.00 Register Now
Seminar + CD - $438.00 Best Value! Register Now

Can't Attend the Seminar?
CD/Manual Package Only - $359.00 Register Now

Highlights we think will interest you include:
The question is not if your understanding of employment law will be tested - it's when.

Prevent the financially crippling employee claims and lawsuits that plague employers in hard financial times. With changes in the law and court interpretations, periodic reviews of your human resource forms, policies and procedures are critical to ensure compliance. Register for this seminar and get the money-saving employment savvy your company has been looking for.

Attend this seminar and you'll walk away with the necessary road map to efficiently audit your practices. Whether you are new to the field or have years of experience, you'll walk away with the ability to confidently handle every challenge you face.

Benefits for You
• Hiring do's and don'ts you need to follow now to avoid lawsuits later
• How to implement critical wage and hour basics correctly in your workplace
• How to respond to today's hot issues - including sorting through the complex maze of laws governing leaves of absence
• Proper termination techniques - should the worst happen
• Learn tips in conducting investigations

View Complete Agenda


Who Should Attend:
This seminar is designed for human resource managers, operations managers, presidents, vice presidents, supervisors, managers, controllers, accountants and attorneys.


Faculty:
Julie A. Pace, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA
David A. Selden, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA
Heidi Nunn-Gilman, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA
Jodi R. Bohr, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA
Karen C. Reynolds, The Cavanagh Law Firm PA

Detailed Faculty Information...


Credit:

  • CPP/FPC
  • HR Certification Institute 6.5
  • HRPD 1.0
  • CPE 8.0 including Personnel/HR 8
  • AZ CLE 6.5
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m

Lorman Education Services

October 18, 2011

Responding to an EEOC Charge

10:00 - 11:30 a.m. MST
Audio conference

Lorman Education Services

October 06, 2011

September 15, 2011

E-Verify Procedures

Arizona Association of School of Business Officials (AASBO)

July 21, 2011

Dress Code Liabilities

Lorman Education Services

July 20, 2011

Health Care Plan

Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)

June 16, 2011

November 01, 2010

October 01, 2009

Books

January 2016

Construction Defects: Claims and Coverage

 
January 2016

Couch on Insurance 3d

 
January 2016

Couch on Insurance 3d

 
January 2016

Construction Defects: Claims and Coverage: Progressive Losses - Triggers of Coverage, Numbering of Occurrences and Allocation Among Successive Policies

 
January 2016

Couch on Insurance 3d

 
January 2016

Couch on Insurance 3d

 
January 2016

Couch on Insurance 3d

 
January 2016

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2015

Practical Tools for Handling Insurance Cases

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2012

Arizona Tort Law Handbook

 
January 2011

Practical Tools for Handling Insurance Cases

 
April 2010

Arizona Human Resources Manual

 
April 2010

Model Policies and Forms for Arizona Employers

 
April 2010

I-9s, E-Verify and Immigration Compliance

 
January 2009

The Claim Adjuster's Automobile Liability Handbook - Chapter 8

 
January 2009

The Claims Adjusters Automobile Liability Handbook

 
January 2008

Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters (fka CAT Claims)

 
January 1999

Changing Jobs Handbook

 
January 1998

Arizona Liability Insurance Law

 


 

Presentations

December 2016

Brady v. Maryland: Lessons Learned From an Overturned Conviction

MacEachern, Kimberly W.
 
January 2016

Bad Faith in Workers Compensation

Wittwer, John K.
 
December 2015

Problem Solving Courts in Arizona: A Template for Changing Behaviors

MacEachern, Kimberly W.
 
October 2015

Motor Carrier Trucking Law

Gross, Steven J.
 
June 2015

Data Security, Privacy and Cyberliability for Law Firms

Wittwer, John K.
 
June 2015

Advanced Issues in Personal Injury Litigation: Advanced Coverage Analysis and Social Media, the Internet and Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Challenges

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
June 2015

Advanced Coverage Analysis

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
June 2015

RCRA Penalties and Outcomes - New Solutions or Old Hat!

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Western Climate Initiative Update

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Advanced Environmental Real Estate Law

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

New Best Practices in Mold Litigation

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Emergency Incidents and Emergency Reporting

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Global Warming: Legal Fact, Probable Fiction and Possible Science - Where Do We Go From Here?

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

It Ain't Easy Being Green - Issues/Environmental Claims with the Federal Trade Commission

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Recent Developments in Environmental Due Diligence

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

Advanced Real Estate Law - Environmental Issues and Answers

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
March 2015

How to Cooperatively Work with Environmental Consultants

Worsham II, Jerry D.
 
January 2015

2015 Insurance Law Institute

Gross, Steven J.
 
January 2015

2015 Insurance Law Institute

Gross, Steven J.
 
April 2014

Advanced Trial Tactics: Best Practices for Educating and Pursuading in the Courtroom

Johnston, Bradley J.
 
January 2014

Arizona Insurance Coverage Discovery in 2014

Wittwer, John K.
 
January 2014

Insurance Law Institute

Demlong, William M.
 
November 2013

Bad Faith in Workers Compensation

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April 2013

The Purpose and Evolution of the Economic Loss Doctrine

Johnston, Bradley J.
 
January 2013

Arizona Insurance Law

Gross, Steven J.
 
August 2012

Contemporary Discovery Issues in Bad Faith Cases

Wittwer, John K.
 
April 2012

Civil Arson Claims

Griggs, Kerry M.
 
April 2012

Managing Employees: Responding to Issues

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
January 2012

Accidental Death Claims

Demlong, William M.
 
January 2012

Current Development in Disability Claims

Demlong, William M.
 
January 2012

Disability Claim Hot Topics

Demlong, William M.
 
January 2012

Bad Faith 101

Demlong, William M.
 
January 2012

Bad Faith Insurance Law

Demlong, William M.
 
December 2011

Litigating Insurance Coverage Claims: From State to Finish

Gross, Steven J.
 
December 2011

Motor Carrier Trucking Law

Gross, Steven J.
 
October 2011

The Basics of Hiring and Firing

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
October 2011

Hot Button Issues in Labor and Employment Law: The National Labor Relations Act

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
July 2011

Litigation Tactics

Demlong, William M.
 
April 2011

Know Your Rights and Obligations: Don't Let the Arizona Medical Marijuna Act Leave You in the Weeds

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April 2011

Managing Employees: Responding to Issues

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
January 2011

Green Building and Leasing Standards, Ratings and Considerations

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January 2011

Arizona Professionalism

Demlong, William M.
 
October 2010

Insurance Coverage Litigation

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
October 2010

Insurance Coverage Litigation

Gross, Steven J.
 
October 2010

A Primer on the "New" Family Medical Leave Act Regulations

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
October 2010

Reduction in Force Planning

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
July 2010

ASU Executive MBA Students Learn Effective Advocacy in Legislative Exercise

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April 2010

Federal Employment legislation, Labor and Employment Advance Practices Symposium

Selden, David A.
  Coronado, California
March 2010

Real Life Resolution Strategies of Bad Faith Claims

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
January 2010

Arizona Insurance Law

Gross, Steven J.
 
November 2009

State Bar of Arizona Course on Professionalism

Demlong, William M.
 
October 2009

The ABCs of Employment Law

Sellers, Jennifer L.
 
May 2009

Automobile Cases from Start to Finish

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
January 2009

Arizona Insurance Law

Gross, Steven J.
 
March 2008

New Best Practices in Mold Litigation

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
February 2008

State Bar of Arizona Course on Professionalism

Demlong, William M.
 
January 2007

Difference Between State and District Court Litigation

Demlong, William M.
 
June 2006

Insurance Bad Faith Claims in Arizona

Demlong, William M.
 
August 2003

Mold Issues for Landlords

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
February 2001

Analyzing and Handling of Insurance Claims Subject to Interpleader Actions

Demlong, William M.
 
June 2000

Professionalism

MacEachern, Kimberly W.
 
February 1998

What You Need to Know About Presenting and Defending ERISA Claims for Benefits

Demlong, William M.
 
June 1997

A Practical Guide to ERISA for Claims Examiners and Investigators

Demlong, William M.
 

Publications

August 2017

We Must Be Vigilant About Our Safety

Davis, Helen R.
 
April 2017

Can You Use I.R.C. 1041 to Structure a Settlement Post-Divorce?

Davis, Helen R.
 
October 2016

Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual

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August 2016

DRI Insurer's Duty to Defend Compendium

Meyer, Cassandra V.
 
April 2016

The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is No Bully to a Carrier's Right to an Examination Under Oath

Gross, Steven J.
 
April 2016

Mortgage Demands on Homeowner Coverage When the Insured Property Has Been Stripped During Foreclosure

Gross, Steven J.
 
April 2016

The Inherent Tension Between the Fifth Amendment Right Against Self-Incrimination and the Insurance Company's Contractural Right to Cooperation

Gross, Steven J.