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State of Arizona v. Yuen, No. B210459

By FindLaw Staff on November 13, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Grant of defendant's motion to vacate a sister state judgment and denial of Arizona's motion for reconsideration, arising from defendant's incorporation of a company in Arizona at her husband's request, is affirmed as the trial court did not abuse its discretion in finding that: 1) defendant had no notice of the Arizona administrative proceedings; 2) defendant did not retain the lawyer as her attorney; and 3) defendant never signed a written waiver of the lawyer's conflict of interest in representing clients with opposing interests. 

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Filed November 12, 2009


Opinion by Judge Flier


For Appellant:   The Guerrini Law Firm, John D. Guerrini and David Brand

For Appellee:   Law Offices of J. Steven Kennedy and J. Steven Kennedy

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