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Doing Business in Arizona: A Legal Guide
by Snell & Wilmer Associates Snell & Wilmer Associates
University of Arizona Press, 1998
Paper: 978-0-8165-1889-0
Library of Congress Classification KFA2481.D65 1998
Dewey Decimal Classification 346.79107

Doing Business in Arizona brings together in one place the essential legal information for anyone who is planning to start a business, locate a facility, or invest in Arizona. What are the differences between sole proprietorships, general and limited partnerships, and corporations? And how do you choose between them in establishing your business? What is the best form of financing for your business? What do you need to know about immigration laws, employee benefits, and intellectual property? Doing Business in Arizona answers these and many more essential questions for both new and veteran business owners. The book includes valuable information for the foreign investors, offering a perspective not readily available in other legal guides. In addition to pointing out concerns specific to foreign companies and individuals doing business in the state, the book also provides a brief factual look at Arizona, including statistics on employment, industry, housing, and government, and an overview of the U.S. legal system. Compiled by the attorneys and staff of Snell & Wilmer, Arizona's largest law firm, Doing Business in Arizona is a necessary reference for business owners and investors alike.
Nearby on shelf for Law of the United States / Federal law. Common and collective state law. Individual states / Arizona: