Category Commercial Law

Soto v. Sacco (Arizona Supreme Court Case No. CV-16-0136-PR, filed July 13, 2017)

This case involves the intersection between a jury’s province in a civil case to determine the amount of damages (if any) to award a plaintiff and the trial judge’s authority under Arizona Rule of Civil Procedure 59 to reduce or increase the jury’s damage award under certain circumstances. The Arizona Supreme Court cautioned trial judges to be […]

Hayward v. Arizona Central Credit Union (Arizona Court of Appeals Case No. 1 CA-CV 15-0450, filed Jan. 10, 2017)

What do you do when you successfully sue the dealership that sold you a car, but the dealership goes out of business without paying the full amount of the judgment you obtained against it? In this case, you sue the credit union that bought the installment sales contract that was the basis for your successful […]