MKC Law Blog

When Unequal Pay is Not a Violation

Posted February 17, 2018 on behalf of the firm

Equal pay has been in the news quite a bit lately, but there are some cases where unequal pay is actually fair. More Companies are Jumping on the Performance-Based Pay Bandwagon In just the last few years, companies choosing performance-based pay has increased by over six percent. Employers are offering bonus pay to those with… Read more

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AZ Senator Looking to Fine Those with Fake Service Animals

Posted February 9, 2018 on behalf of the firm

It seems like you can’t go anywhere in Arizona these days without running into a service animal. But did you know that many people try to pass their animal as a service animal when they really aren’t needed or qualified? Fake Service Animal Sightings in Arizona are Becoming More Common Public places in Arizona have… Read more

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When is Probate Required in Arizona?

Posted January 29, 2018 on behalf of the firm

There is a list of things that need to be done after a loved one has passed away. But a probate is not always required in the state of Arizona. Before stressing out about it, educate yourself on everything you need to know about probates in Arizona. What Exactly is a Probate? Let’s start with… Read more

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Arizona Registrar of Contractors Sees Big Changes in January

Posted January 23, 2018 on behalf of the firm

The new year is bringing some new changes to Arizona thanks to the Arizona Registrar of Contractors. After revising and updating their new license applications on December 21st, big barriers that aren’t required by a statute were successfully removed. Certain Requirements Were Removed The Arizona Registrar of Contractors found that the submission of projects was… Read more

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