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Increased FAA approval of UAS waivers On Aug 29, 2016, the FAA implemented Part 107 of title 14 of the code of Federal Regulations, also known as the small unmanned aircraft systems UAS rule. It created a regulatory framework that enabled civilian and commercial operators of UAS. UAS weighing 55 lbs. or less. Generally, Part 107 requires operators to fly under 400 feet above ground level, within visual line of sight and only during daylight hours. UAS operators who want to fly outside the requirements of part 107, such as to conduct beyond line of sight or nighttime operations, may…
Shared Well Agreements in Arizona What are your rights to water that comes from a shared well that is not located on your property? For most people, the answer is in the words written in your well share agreement. The first question to be considered is—which state regulating body grants me the right to access and use groundwater? The Groundwater Management Act “GWMA” of 1980 established that groundwater, is common property of the citizens of Arizona and the management of it was under the Arizona Department of Water Resources, ADWR. All groundwater withdraws in Arizona must come from a water…
In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to create practice area pages that serve as the foundation for your law firm’s website and encourage potential clients to decide to contact your law firm. The post Beginning Content Creation Tips for Law Firms: How to Create Practice Area Pages That Drive New Business to Your Law Firm appeared first on LawLytics.…
In our recent series about beginning content creation tips for lawyers, we’ve covered how potential clients find attorneys online and the key elements of law firm website content that performs well. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to develop a compelling attorney bio that engages potential clients and sets a foundation for driving more and better potential clients to your law firm. The post Beginning Content Creation Tips for Law Firms: Creating a Compelling Attorney Bio appeared first on LawLytics.…
To create successful local pages means understanding what makes a good local page but also what you should avoid. In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we discuss four common local marketing mistakes that we see on law firm websites. The post 4 Common Local Marketing Mistakes to Avoid on Your Law Firm’s Website: Podcast Episode 86 appeared first on LawLytics.…
In the last post of our content creation tips series, we discussed how high-quality content drives visibility in search results, brings potential clients to your law firm’s website, and encourages them to contact your firm. In this post, we discuss the elements of high-quality content on law firm websites. The post Beginning Content Creation Tips for Law Firms: The Key Elements of High-Quality Law Firm Website Content appeared first on LawLytics.…
This post provides a foundation for understanding the importance of content creation on law firm websites. We’ll explore how potential clients find attorneys online, and explain the surprisingly simple connections between their actions, your law firm’s website, and the search engines (specifically, Google).  The post Beginning Content Creation Tips for Law Firms: How Potential Clients Find Lawyers Online appeared first on LawLytics.…
This blog post introduces a new multi-part series that will cover beginning content creation tips for law firm websites. Whether you’ve never written content for your law firm’s website before or need a refresher on best practices for high-quality content creation — this series is for you, the attorney. The post Beginning Law Firm Website Content Creation Tips: Series Introduction appeared first on LawLytics.…
Arizona state law and Arizona case law are clear that eviction cases, also known as, Forcible Entry and/or Forcible detainers) are designed to only address the issue of possession and not any issues addressing the ownership of the property involved. The limited scope of a forcible entry and detainer action has been strictly defined by Arizona statute. A.R.S. § 12-1177(A) states in relevant part: On the trial of an action of Forcible Entry or Forcible Detainer, the only issue shall be the right of actual possession and the merits of title shall not be inquired into. Evidence offered to the…