- Whistleblowers Can Bring a Qui Tam Action
- RSD/CRPS – Pain out of proportion to injury.
- Consumer Fraud in Real Estate Transactions
- Termites and Arizona Homeowners
- Arbitration Clause Protects the Builder or Developer
- Caution for Arizona New Home Buyers
- Buyer’s Broker Beware!
- Real Estate Brokers and Agents – What needs to be disclosed?
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Anyone who knowingly submits false claims for payment to the federal government may be subject to liability under the Federal False Claims Act (31 USC §§ 3729-3733). In addition, a private person who knows about the submission of false claims may be … Continue reading
Regional Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), now more commonly known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), is a chronic pain condition believed to be caused by dysfunction of a portion of the nervous system. Its symptoms can include (1) pain out of proportion … Continue reading
Real estate professionals should be aware that their clients and customers have a powerful tool for obtaining damages resulting from fraud or deception. That tool is the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act, A.R.S. § 44-1521 et seq. This Act was initially … Continue reading