We’re the Millers: Miller Act Surety Bonds, From Alpha to Zulu
Joseph A. Brophy, a partner with Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod’s construction law and surety law practices, will be providing an overview of Federal Miller Act and Arizona “Little Miller” Act payment and performance bond requirements.
by Joseph Brophy for the Maricopa Lawyer, a publication of the Maricopa County Bar Association
Multiple companies are developing AI programs to perform legal research and even draft legal documents. However, the reliability of using AI has caused issues around the accuracy of its product. Several recent cases, discussed in this article, included the citing of cases that didn’t exist. Jurisdictions around the country are taking action to require lawyers who are interested in using AI to lighten their workload to verify the product being produced by an AI tool.
by Joseph Brophy for the Maricopa Lawyer, a publication of the Maricopa County Bar Association
This month’s column discusses an unusual dispute among judges from the Federal Circuit. At issue was whether 95-year-old Judge Pauline Newman could be barred from hearing or deciding cases, and whether Judge Newman must submit to medical testing to determine whether she has physical or mental disabilities that prevent her from discharging her duties.
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Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod expands by adding the talented lawyers of Waterfall, Economidis, Caldwell, Hanshaw & Villamana. Now with offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico as well as Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, the Firm will continue to serve its clients across the Southwest under the name Jennings Haug Keleher McLeod Waterfall LLP.