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Our goal at Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins is to provide our clients with skilled, experienced legal represenation. We provide a full range of services for all types of businesses and construction trades. Our attorneys can assist you with business law matters, business arbitration or litigation, contract drafting and negotiation, construction disputes, Registrar of Contractors claims, personal injuries, and employment law matters. For more information e-mail us at: attorneys@durazzo-eckel.com

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Arizona Minimum Wage Increase and New Sick Leave Law (Notice Postings)

Proposition 206 passed in Arizona and that means A.R.S. § 23-363 and § 23-364 are in effect as of January 1, 2017.  These statutes increase the minimum wage and create a requirement that all employers provide a sick leave benefit for their employees. Minimum Wage The Arizona Minimum Wage is increased to $10 per hour as of January 1, 2017.  There will be annual increases as follows: January 1, 2018: $10.50 January 1, 2019: $11.00 January 1, 2020: $12.00 After 2020 there will be annual cost of living increases. Sick Leave Benefits Starting July 1, 2017, all Arizona employers must provide a sick...
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Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Law

Our business and contractor clients have had numerous questions about the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act.  The primary concern for employers is how to handle employees who have a prescription for the use of marijuana, or claim to have a prescription.  Employers must be careful in addressing this issue, and unlike before the Act a positive drug test showing the presence of marijuana is not necessarily a basis for discipline. The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act prohibits an employer from terminating an employee (a patient who has been prescribed medical marijuana) for use of medical marijuana...
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