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Ninth Circuit: Can You Hear Me Now (Supreme Court)?

May 2017 | Category: Significant Cases

In S. B. v. County of San Diego, 15-56848, 2017 WL 1959984 (9th Cir. May 12, 2017), an individual with a history of mental health issues was acting aggressively and strangely all day, at one point threatening “someone was gonna get hurt” if he did not get some alcohol.  Concerned […]

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Arizona Supreme Court — Time Does Run Against the King

May 2017 | Category: Significant Cases

In City of Phoenix v. Glenayre Elecs., Inc., CV-16-0126-PR, 2017 WL 1929472, at *1 (Ariz. May 10, 2017), the Arizona Supreme Court held that the statute of repose in A.R.S. § 12-552(A) applies to government entities and bars certain real property actions, notwithstanding A.R.S. § 12-510’s provision exempting government entities […]

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