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Supreme Court Grants Trachtenberg Petition to Abolish Discriminatory Cost Bonds

Today the Supreme Court granted Petition R-13-0044, forever abolishing Rule 67 cost bonds. This Petition overrules the case of Thiele v. City of Phoenix, 232 Ariz. 40 (App. 2013), in which the Court of Appeals held these discriminatory rules to be constitutional. Now the courthouse do
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Geoffrey Trachtenberg join’s the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education as a Next Generation Fellow

The State Bar of Arizona created the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education as a separate 501(c) 3 organization in 1978, charging it with the mission of promoting access to justice for all Arizonans. The Foundation strives to fulfill this mission by preparing Arizona y
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State Bar of Arizona, Board of Legal Specialization Certifies Trachtenberg as a Board-Certified Specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

Yesterday, the State Bar of Arizona’s Board of Legal Specialization officially certified Geoff Trachtenberg as a specialist in personal injury and wrongful death litigation. This distinction is bestowed upon only a few attorneys—less than one-half of 1 percent of all Arizona attorneys
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Trachtenberg Listed among the “Top 50″ Lawyers in Arizona

Congratulations to Geoffrey Trachtenberg who has been listed among the Top 50 lawyers in Arizona.
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Cars vs Motorcycles: Trachtenberg Interviewed About Motorcycle Awareness

Do you remember a road rage incident between a group of motorcyclists and the driver of a sport utility vehicle in New York City? It happened last September and stunned many across the country. Fortunately, things seldom escalate to this level on the road, but there is tension sometim
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Law Could Mean Increase In Auto Insurance

Arizona motorists may soon have to obtain — and pay for — more insurance coverage. Legislation sponsored by Rep. Ethan Orr, R-Tucson, would make it illegal to operate a motor vehicle without insurance that provides at least $25,000 for any individual injured. The current minimum is ju
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