Preventing Employer Liability

Navigating the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Strategic Enforcement Compliance Policies

B&C donates $1,700 to St. Vincent de Paul’s Turkey Tuesday

Law firm supports non-profit organization's goal to collect 20,000 Thanksgiving turkeys

Construction Liens: How to Get Paid on Arizona Projects

2nd seminar on best practices for insuring timely payments

Burch & Cracchiolo participates in “Object to Hunger” to benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank

Valley law firms collect food and funds to support the country's first food bank

Sarah N. O’Keefe joins Burch & Cracchiolo

Associate recently completed law clerkship with The Honorable Patricia K. Norris of the Arizona Court of Appeals

The Best Lawyers in America 2014 select two Burch & Cracchiolo partners “Lawyer of the Year”

Best Lawyers in America 2014 honors Ed Bull and Martha Patrick

Six Burch & Cracchiolo partners selected by The Best Lawyers in America 2014

Peer review survey honors leading attorneys across the nation

Burch & Cracchiolo shareholder Susie Ingold part of team to promote FitPHX

City program rebranded to promote health and fitness through Valley Leadership

East Valley Zoning Case Victory Spearheaded by Burch & Cracchiolo’s Ed Bull

Gilbert Town Square redevelopment will revitalize mixed-use project

Burch & Cracchiolo ranked as a leading law firm by Chambers USA

Firm ranked in Tier 1 in Real Estate Land Use and Zoning in Arizona

Two Burch & Cracchiolo Attorneys Selected as AZ “Top 25 Women Attorneys” by Southwest Super Lawyers

Martha C. Patrick and Wendi A. Sorensen selected to the “Top 25 Women Attorneys” in Arizona by Southwest Super Lawyers

Burch & Cracchiolo Shareholder participating in “Ladder Down” program

Developing Leadership, Business Development and Mentoring Skills for Women Lawyers

Construction Liens: How to Get Paid on Arizona Projects

seminar will address avoiding the pitfalls

B&C Wins Defense Verdict for Municipality in Jury Trial

City of Surprise Found Not Responsible for Injury on Park Playground

Burch & Cracchiolo Supports St. Vincent de Paul

Monetary and food donations support extraordinary need during holiday season

Burch & Cracchiolo Attorney Selected as MCBA Young Lawyers Division President-Elect

Casey S. Blais will serve one-year term for Maricopa County Bar Association beginning January 2013

Burch & Cracchiolo Helps to Spruce Up SARRC

Valley Partnership annual community service project assists autistic kids

Martha Patrick Presents Workshop on Eggshell Audits

Certified Tax Specialist outlines Eggshell Audit request by the IRS

Burch & Cracchiolo Construction Defect Practice Group announces New Leadership

Firm represents clients in Arizona, California, Nevada and New Mexico

B&C Wins Defense Verdict for Grocery Store in Jury Trial

Ian Neale Continues String of Defense Victories for Client

B&C Victorious in Appeal of Business Valuation of Attorney’s Practice

Court of Appeals Issues Published Opinion on Divorce Issues

Are You Tired of Wasting Time and Money on Construction Insurance Claims?

Dave Stern of West Coast Casualty to Discuss Self-Insured Retention Policies

The Brain Eating Amoeba and the Outer Limits of Tort Liability

The Brain Eating Amoeba and the Outer Limits of Tort Liability

Avoid the Pitfalls of Doing Business with Tribal Government and Entities

Opportunities for private entities to do business with Indian nations and on reservation lands

French Interns Find Summer Home at Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.

Master Law students gain exposure to American legal system

Burch & Cracchiolo shareholder selected for Valley Leadership Class XXXIV

Year-long leadership development program founded in 1978

Ask the Legal Professionals, Phoenix Business Journal, August, 2012

Q: If I’m the owner of a commercial building under construction, how does the Prompt Pay Act impact me?

Ask the Legal Professionals, Phoenix Business Journal, May, 2012

Q: I’ve been told that if mechanics’ liens are recorded against my property I can “bond around” those liens. What exactly does that mean?

Ask the Legal Professionals, Phoenix Business Journal, June, 2012

Q: I just hired a contractor to build a commercial project on my property. Is there any way to preclude his subcontractors and suppliers from filing liens against the project?

New EEOC Guidelines Could Require Background Checks for Job Applicants with Criminal Records -- PHOENIX -- New employment guidelines just implemented nationwide could change the way companies look at potential hires with criminal records.

Millennials changing dynamics, technology in workplace

Premium content from Phoenix Business Journal by Jennifer A. Johnson, Reporter

Burch & Cracchiolo Employees Climb to Conquer Cancer

Event Marks 13 Years of Participation in American Cancer Society Fundraiser

Three Burch & Cracchiolo attorneys receive 2012 Top Lawyers ranking

Veteran shareholders honored by Arizona Business Magazine

Ask the Legal Professionals, Phoenix Business Journal, February 24, 2012

Mike Dulberg comments on construction industry issues

Burch & Cracchiolo Attorney Joins Primerus Board of Directors

David M. Villadolid elected to international board of independent law firms