Monthly Archives: April 2017

Pokémon GO(ers) in your HOA?

Pokemon Go is a location-based, augmented reality game where users on mobile devices attempt to locate virtual Pokemon, which appear on the screen of the mobile device, in real-world locations.  The game’s increasing popularity and associated controversy has (or should) … Continue reading

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“A Breath of Fresh Air”

Dear Cyber Followers: April 18, 2017 was the 100th day that the Arizona Legislature has been in session. Our firm is closely monitoring 14 community association-related bills at this time. For a copy of our weekly legislative update summary, please … Continue reading

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Quiet Legislative Year for HOAs

Happy Easter and Passover to everyone! As you may know, our firm posts an update to any bills pending in the Arizona legislature every  week while in session.  I haven’t been blogging too much about what is going on at … Continue reading

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