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Moyes Sellers & Hendricks Succeeds In Zoning Appeal

Larry Palles and Louis Lopez successfully represented a small Mesa business owner before the Board of Adjustments, ensuring the company’s continued operation in a “bet the company” zoning appeal. Our attorneys advise clients with respect to zoning and rezoning issues and possess the experience and knowledge in zoning code, ordinance interpretation, zoning amendment, and litigation […] Read More

Moyes Sellers & Hendricks Wins

In Boruch, et. al. v. State of Arizona, the Court of Appeal reversed the lower court’s ruling that the judicial branch did not have the authority to issue an injunction against the Arizona Department of Transportation and the City of Mesa from diverting and channeling excess storm water onto the properties of Mesa homeowners and […] Read More

Due Process and the Administrative Process

The American legal system is founded upon principles of due process. Due process means that a party has the right to receive notice of the claims against them and an opportunity to be heard in a meaningful manner and at a meaningful time. The Arizona Supreme Court recently clarified that a party to an administrative […] Read More

Arizona Supreme Court rules that the trial court must decide who the “prevailing party” is when awarding fees under contract.

In American Power Products, Inc. v. CSK Auto, Inc., CV-16-0133-PR, filed May 11, 2017, the Arizona Supreme Court examined the interplay between a contractual fee award provision and A.R.S. §12-341.01(A), which provides that if a written settlement offer is rejected and the judgment finally obtained is equal to or more favorable to the offeror in […] Read More

Collecting on a Judgment

On May 11, 2017, the Court of Appeals held that the trial court must look to the fundamental nature of the underlying obligation to determine which subsection of A.R.S. § 44-1201 applies to a collection judgment. See Arizona State University Board of Regents v. Arizona State Retirement System, 1 CA-CV 16-0239, filed 5/11/2017. The Court […] Read More

Narrowing the Scope of Personal Jurisdiction

On May 11, 2017, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that foreign corporations are not subject to personal jurisdiction based on either the magnitude of the corporation’s business activities in the state or registration in Arizona, including appointment of an agent for service of process. Plaintiff suffered a slip-and-fall in an Oregon Wal-Mart store. Plaintiff […] Read More