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Last Post 23 Feb 2018 03:31 PM by  Allyson Flanagan
R-18-0018 Petition to Amend Rules 38, 39, 49, 77, and 84, Ariz. R. Civ. P.
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State Bar of Arizona
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10 Jan 2018 03:58 PM
    Lisa M. Panahi, Bar No. 023421
    General Counsel, State Bar of Arizona
    4201 N. 24th St., Suite 100
    Phoenix, AZ 85016

    Would simplify the procedure for getting a jury trial to ensure against waiver by mere inadvertence and to eliminate the jury demand trap in cases removed to federal court.

    Filed January 10, 2018

    Comments must be submitted on or before May 21, 2018.
    Allyson Flanagan
    New Member
    Posts:17 New Member

    23 Feb 2018 03:31 PM
    Kay Radwanski on behalf of the Committee on Superior Court
    Hon. David L. Mackey, Chair

    On February 2, 2018, the Committee on Superior Court, upon motion made and seconded and with one “no” vote, authorized Chairman Hon. David L. Mackey to file this comment on behalf of the Committee.

    “The Supreme Court should refrain from amending civil rules this year in order to allow the bar and bench time to assimilate the very substantial changes that were made last year and the year before.”
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