Tag Archives: Arizona law

March 2012, Arizona Attorney – Fiduciary Duties in an Arizona LLC

The March 2012 Arizona Attorney contains a detailed article and analysis regarding the current status of fiduciary duties in Arizona LLCs.  The comprehensive article, authored by attorneys serving on a committee developing proposed changes for the Arizona LLC Act, can … Continue reading

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Oppression / Freeze-out

Am I Oppressed? A Minority Shareholder’s / Business Owner’s Diagnosis In businesses and corporations (of all sizes) across the country, the law generally requires management to act in accordance with their fiduciary duties.  A fiduciary duty requires, among other things, … Continue reading

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Advancement / Reimbursement of Legal Expenses

The Costs of Legal Proceedings That All Corporate Officers, Directors, and Corporate Counsel Should Consider Arizona law provides several unique protections to directors and officers. Included among these protections is the ability for an officer/director to receive reimbursements and advances … Continue reading

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