Law Offices of Shane L. Harward, PLC - Phoenix, Arizona 85044

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Suite # 100 , Phoenix , Arizona 85044

(602) 384-4638







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48th St & Thistle Landing Dr - 0.2 miles west

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Law Offices of Shane L. Harward, PLC is located in the Phoenix area of Arizona. There are at least 18 other listings in the 85044 postcode area.

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"Arizona Supreme Court: Same-sex couples have same parenting rights as opposite-sex couples."
9/20/2017 2:26:02 PM

"Seven sheriff's deputies and medical emergency responders who say they were sickened by a chemical fire at a plant outside Houston that flooded during Harvey sued the owner Thursday for gross negligence, seeking $1 million in damages."
9/11/2017 7:07:13 PM

Deadpool in Utah. Liquor. First Amendment. Sounds like an interesting movie.
9/7/2017 3:51:36 PM

Interesting new Arizona law with respect to employer paid sick time. Finally a law that actually seems to favor the employee. A.R.S. 23-364(G) & A.R.S. 23-371 through 23-381. The AZ Industrial Commission issued a 39-page FAQ about the new law, which you can read here: Highlights: · The new law applies to all employers regardless of how many employees they have or their annual gross revenue. · Leave may be taken for any mental or physical health condition, including preventive and diagnostic care. · Among other things, the new law prohibits employers from taking any adverse job action (i.e., negative performance review, demotion, reduction in pay, or termination) against an employee. · If an employer takes an adverse job action within 90 days of an employee requesting or using their paid sick time, it raises a presumption of retaliation. For the employer to overcome this presumption, it must prove that it took action against the employee for reasons unrelated to requesting or using their paid sick time. The employer must satisfy this burden of proof with clear and convincing evidence. · Yes, you heard that right. The employer has the burden of proof, and the burden can only be satisfied by clear and convincing evidence. · An employee who is retaliated against is entitled to a minimum of $150 per day in damages until judgment is entered. That’s over $54,000 per year. It can easily can take two years to get to trial, so that’s over $100,000 in minimum damages that the employee is entitled to recover, regardless of whether they suffered any actual damages. · The employee is also entitled to a mandatory award of attorney fees.
9/6/2017 6:19:35 PM

Helpful information from an immigration attorney with respect to those dealing with DACA questions: 1. Pending initial applications filed by the date of the announcement for DACA will be decided on a case-by-case basis; 2. Any INITIAL requests for DACA filed after the announcement will be rejected; 3. Renewal requests MUST be filed by October 5, 2017 and can only be approved, on a case-by-case basis, if the current benefits are set to expire by March 5, 2018; 4. Renewal requests filed after October 5, 2017 or filed for people whose benefits are set to expire after March 5, 2018 will be rejected; 5. Benefits that currently exist will not automatically be revoked, meaning, for example, that a DACA recipient whose benefits are set to expire on July 10, 2018 will keep her or his benefits until July 10, 2018; 6. Applications for Advanced Parole (Form I-131) will not be approved, even if already filed, for individuals filing based on their DACA. The government will generally honor any advanced parole that they have already granted, but Customs and Border Protection retains the right to admit or deny people seeking admission on advance parole, so travel at your own risk; 7. Currently pending applications for advanced parole based on DACA will be administratively closed, and the government will refund all fees paid for these applications; 8. The government will still terminate DACA, or any other form of deferred action, at any other time when they deem it appropriate. Here is the link to the renewal forms:
9/6/2017 6:14:34 PM

"Arizona sues Insys Therapeutics, three doctors (Steve Fanto, Nikesh Seth and Sheldon Gingerich) over improper marketing and prescribing of synthetic opioid."
8/31/2017 5:04:46 PM

The Insurance Industry Quick-Hit Settlement If you’ve been in a collision and it was someone else’s fault, odds are very good that you will hear from the at-fault driver’s insurance company as soon as possible. It’s a tactic that is happening more and more in Arizona. This is done for a variety of reasons: (1) the insurance company would like to catch you off guard and when vulnerable following the collision; (2) most people are in shock following a collision and haven’t had time to determine the full extent of their injuries; and (3) the insurance company would like to get to you before you have had a chance to speak with a lawyer.
8/29/2017 6:29:42 PM

"Perineal Talc Use and Ovarian Cancer: A Critical Review" "Talc, like asbestos, is a silicate that has been studied in relation to cancer risk. Several studies conducted over the past 25 years found an association between perineal talc powders and ovarian cancer." "In summary, these data collectively do not indicate that cosmetic talc causes ovarian cancer." "We suggest that future research efforts in this area should include determining the validity and reliability of reported perineal talc exposure from dusting and other sources, more detailed assessment of historical usage patterns, determining the influences of disease symptomology and treatment on reported talc use, and determining the risk for other female reproductive tract cancers."
8/23/2017 6:18:11 PM

"A Los Angeles jury awarded $417 million to a woman suffering from ovarian cancer Monday who alleged that her illness is linked to the talc in Johnson & Johnson baby powder." This is the second judgment against Johnson & Johnson in three months.
8/22/2017 7:47:25 PM

Just finished a very frustrating phone call with State Farm. State Farm used to brag that it did not use the claim evaluation software program called Colossus. Guess what - the State Farm adjuster just admitted to me that State Farm is now using Claims IQ which is every bit as evil. There's a saying that it is easier to steal $1 from a million people than it is to steal a million dollars from one person. That's the exact same concept for Colossus and Claims IQ. State Farm simply artificially lowers the claims payments a few hundred dollars for a million claimants. Voila, hundreds of millions and CEO bonuses. Even more unfortunate, Arizona's Department of Insurance doesn't care.
8/17/2017 4:59:49 PM

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