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Cushman & Wakefield Negotiates $23.5M Sale of University Center

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  Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona negotiated the $23.5M sale of the three-building University Center to the Arizona Board of Regents. This marks an acquisition for future expansion of Arizona State University. University Center , located at Rural Rd. and University Dr., is situated across the street from ASU. The three buildings, 1100, 1130 and… Read More →

Using Personally Owned Life Insurance (POLI) As A Sinking Fund

Using Personally Owned Life Insurance - AZ Business Magazine June 2010

Affluent families and individuals, successful business owners, and those engaged in certain occupations, such as the medical or construction industry, all face similar challenges when choosing to invest: They have worked hard to accumulate wealth, and now they want to keep it. Wealthy investors are driven by the same concerns: Preservation: Given the choice between… Read More →

Failing To File Patent For New Technology Could Cost Company More Than Money


It is arguably one of the most exciting moments for a technology entrepreneur — seeing that invention for the first time. Whether it’s a new software program, mechanical device or a breakthrough biotech discovery, the feeling is always the same, pure elation. If you’re a technology entrepreneur you know the feeling. You spend months, possibly… Read More →

Construction Companies Can Be Exposed To Lawsuits When Assisting The Government During An Emergency

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Imagine that you own a construction company and one of your employees comes in and tells you that the two largest buildings in town have collapsed. You receive a phone call a few days later from a government official who informs you that the police and fire department need your construction company to send heavy… Read More →

Employers Should Learn Legal Rules On Employee E-Mails And Text Messages

Do employees have a right of privacy in their e-mails and text messages?

Do employees have a right of privacy in their e-mails and text messages or may employers read them? May employers lawfully limit employee electronic communications? Are employees protected from retaliation for what they say in their e-mails? If so, can they lose protection if they go too far in what they say? For several years,… Read More →

The SEC Catches Up On New Technology In Proxy Solicitations


A quick tutorial: Proxies are the means by which public shareholders vote. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 governs the solicitation of those proxies. The act and the regulations adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the act are designed to ensure a fair process with adequate disclosure to shareholders so they may make… Read More →