The Arizona Supreme Court recently adopted rule changes that, beginning January 1, will allow non-lawyers to have ownership interests in law firms and lawyers to pay referral fees. That’s really big news. And I’ll write about it. But not today. Instead, I want to address something the Court didn’t do but that I think is significant, albeit not big. Rule-change petition R-20-0022 asked the Court to adopt a rule that would require it to explain its decisions on rule-change petitions and disclose how each justice voted. I heartily supported that petition and filed a comment advocating for the Court to… Continue Reading On nonlawyer ownership, a significant denial by SCOTAZ?