Arizona Attorney Magazine June 2013What happens in courtrooms may only be a part of the legal profession. But litigation and practice areas surrounding it are important indicators for the economy and more.

The current issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine includes some robust content on litigation. I leave the readers to adduce their own meaning.

You may read the entire issue here. Feel free to share it around.

Our cover story is one of our most-read recurring features: our annual roundup of the previous year’s top verdicts—plaintiff and defense. Snell & Wilmer partner Kelly Wilkins MacHenry continues to be our talented reporter and writer in this endeavor.

Also included is an analysis of litigation trends, courtesy of Tom Littler.

Read how Tom Littler describes trends in trials, discovery, litigation, fees and more.

Read how Tom Littler describes trends in trials, discovery, fees and more.

Finally, what about that long period leading up to trial (or settlement). Judge Douglas Gerlach and Eugene D. Cohen write on a proposed method of handling non-discovery motions. Let me know what you think.

Writing for Arizona Attorney remains one of the best ways for attorneys to distinguish themselves among their peers. It showcases legal knowledge and experience, and it helps lawyers convey their content in a timely and award-winning way.

Do you have story ideas? Would you like to be among those who display their talents?

Write to me at arizona.attorney@azbar.org.

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