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In Spirlong v. Browne, the Arizona Court of Appeals examined whether a defendant homeowner and landlord qualified as the statutory owner of a renter’s dog as defined under Arizona …
In Spirlong v. Browne, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that a person must exercise "care, custody, or control" over a dog in order to be considered a statutory "owner" for purposes of imposing strict liability for injuries caused by the dog. http://www.napierlawfirm.com/blog/2015/01/strict-liability-dog-owners/


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On a certified question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Arizona Supreme Court recently held that a default judgment entered pursuant to a Damron agreement does not pr…
In October 2014, the Arizona Supreme Court held that a Damron agreement "does not preclude litigation of whether coverage exists under the policy" but that "an insurer in a coverage action may not, in the guise of a coverage defense, litigate what are ess… http://www.napierlawfirm.com/blog/2014/11/preclusive-effect-damron-agreements-subsequent-litigation/


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