Arizona’s New Invasion of Privacy Jury Instructions

Arizona has long recognized the invasion of privacy torts described in the Restatement (Second) of Torts (Am. Law Inst. 1977). But until last month, it had not published a set of invasion of privacy jury instructions for Arizona’s civil courts to … Continue reading

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Increasing the Statute of Limitations for Arizona Internet Defamation Claims to Three Years

  Statute of Limitations A statute of limitation is “[a] law that bars claims after a specified period; specif., a statute establishing a time limit for suing in a civil case, based on the date when the claim accrued (as … Continue reading

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Case Brief: Larue v. Brown, 693 Ariz. Adv. Rep. 18 (App. Div. I, August 19, 2014)

  Case Citation Larue v. Brown, 693 Ariz. Adv. Rep. 18 (App. Div. I, August 19, 2014). Facts Plaintiff Mindi Larue and Defendant David Brown had two children from their prior marriage to each other. Plaintiff Mindi Larue married Plaintiff … Continue reading

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