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April 2016 Archives

Uber reaches settlement in employment contract disputes

As many Arizona company owners are aware, the classification of employees or independent contractors can be the impetus for lawsuits from individuals. In fact, that issue was one of many that were alleged in two class action suits against Uber filed by approximately 385,000 of the company's drivers. Recently, Uber reached a settlement that dealt with at least some of the contract disputes involved in the lawsuits, but did not address the classification issue.

Contract disputes regarding media rights come to an end

Up until Oct. 2014, Arizona State University had a contract with IMG College to handle the university's media rights. It was then that ASU cited contract disputes with IMG and claimed that it was owed damages over $5 million.  IMG responded by filing a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents, and ASU later on that same year, alleging that an amicable resolution to their differences could not be reached.

Construction litigation filed to protect 4.5 acres of land

Environmental activists work to preserve lands in the United States that have at least one unique feature such as whether the land is one of few growing areas for certain types of vegetation or is a habitat for an endangered or rapidly disappearing animal species. While many here in Arizona and elsewhere would applaud this work, it can also cause problems for developers and construction companies who want to build on the land. This can lead to construction litigation being filed by either side depending on how a local government decides to deal with the controversy.

You cannot simply shut the doors on closely held businesses

Unless a business is a sole proprietorship, it takes more to close a business than many Arizona company owners might realize. Dissolving closely held businesses involves more than just locking the doors and turning off the lights. If the proper procedures are not followed, there could be significant legal and financial ramifications in the future.

Closely held businesses could face employment litigation

Arizona companies that have employees are most likely prepared for there to be disputes from time to time. As part of that possibility, closely held businesses must be able to defend a lawsuit filed by an employee. Implementing proper policies and procedures could provide a paper trail that could relieve the company from liability.

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