Radix Law Archives

Sick kids making you miss too much work? Here’s what to do

sick kids and family

As millions of children head back to school, the chances of them becoming sick increases in comparison to the fun, carefree Summer break they’ll leave behind.    Children are exposed to a long list of germs from not only other students, but from faculty members as well. According to the Centers for Disease Control, elementary school… Read More →

We have a Stupid Driver Law, is Stupid Hiker Law next?

Extreme Sport, Arizona Adventures

Every year when the temperatures rise, a deluge of reports about hikers needing rescue from Arizona’s many trails prompt some people in the Phoenix area to call for a hiking reform. Arizona has what’s known as the “Stupid Driver Law” where any motorist who becomes stranded after driving around barricades to enter a flooded stretch… Read More →

International Arbitration: Which side of the road do you drive on?

by in AZ Business Magazine | Legal

We all know that when leaving the safe confines of our Arizona existence for international travel to a place such as London, we can expect some minor differences. As between Arizona and England, the language is basically the same, although (depending on whom you ask) one side speaks with an accent. Some words mean different… Read More →

Things to know before buying a home in an HOA community

HOA community
by in Home & Design

An English proverb says: “measure twice, cut once.” Not only does this advice apply to carpenters, but it aptly applies to individuals looking to buy a home in a home owner’s association community. Homeowner associations have been established through cooperation between the local municipalities and the real estate developers. Prior to the advent of HOAs, towns… Read More →

What to do when your business is sued

Julia Koestner

Start with the proposition that anybody can be sued at any time for anything. One U.S. Senator even sued God in 2008. Obese children sued McDonald’s for making them overweight. It is easy to file a lawsuit; a person simply submits their complaint and the filing fee to the Clerk of the Court. The Clerk… Read More →

Where to Turn to Raise Money for Your Business

nonprofit board member

Whether you’re starting a new business, or growing one, you will turn a corner where funding the venture from your savings account is no longer an option. So where do business owners go after they exhaust savings and are on the brink of turning a profit? Here are a few alternatives, outside of a costly initial… Read More →

Are experienced trial attorneys an endangered species?

Fennemore Craig

 Bill Drury has been traveling a lot lately. “I’ve got two cases in Hawaii, one in Salt Lake City, I did one in Atlanta and another in San Francisco,” says the shareholder from Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros. It’s not that there aren’t good attorneys in the cities to which Drury has traveled. It’s just that… Read More →

Arizona’s Top 100 Lawyers of 2017

Fennemore Craig
by in Az Business Leaders

Each year, Az Business magazine’s editorial team — in collaboration with industry experts — choose the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona from a pool of more than 1,000 of the most talented and successful attorneys from throughout the state. Selections are based on each lawyer’s professional success, impact on his or her law firm, impact… Read More →

Frutkin Law rebrands after Arizona Bar rule change

The Frutkin Law Firm has become the first Arizona practice to take advantage of the state bar’s trade name rule, and rebranded to Radix Law on Jan. 1 2017. There is a long tradition in the practice of law: the name of a firm includes the surnames of the most prominent partners. As law has become… Read More →