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Eleven CDQ Lawyers Selected to Super Lawyers Lists

We are proud to announce that six CDQ lawyers, Ron Cohen, Dan Dowd, Dan Quigley, Daniel Durchslag, Cindy Albracht-Crogan, and Gabe Aragon, have been selected to the 2022 Arizona Super Lawyers list.  Five additional CDQ lawyers, Betsy Lamm, Neil Stuart, Kevin Moyer, Lauren LaPrade, and Kaysey Fung, have been selected to the 2022 Arizona Rising…

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J. Neil Stuart Becomes Partner at CDQ

We are thrilled to announce that J. Neil Stuart has become CDQ’s newest Partner.  Neil obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Management, cum laude, from the University of San Francisco in 2007.  He graduated with Business Law Certificate Honors from the University of San Francisco School  of Law in 2010.  After graduation, Neil clerked…

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CDQ Secures Advantageous Defense Settlement of Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Lawsuit for Nominal Consideration

CDQ attorneys Dan Quigley, Gabe Aragon and Kevin Moyer represented a commercial real estate brokerage firm (the defendant) in connection with a dispute between it and its former client (the plaintiff) arising out of the plaintiff’s sale of approximately 65 acres of land in the West Valley Phoenix metropolitan area.  The sale, which was precipitated…

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Dan Quigley Named Among the Top 100 Attorneys in Arizona for 2022

CDQ is proud to announce that Dan Quigley was selected as among the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona for 2022 by Arizona Business Magazine.  The Arizona Business Magazine’s editorial team, in collaboration with industry experts, chooses the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona “from a pool of more than 2000 of the state’s most talented and…

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CDQ Obtains Multi-Million Dollar Settlement For Client

CDQ’s Dan Quigley, Kevin Moyer and Haley Auger took over the representation of the majority member of closely held family limited liability companies holding dozens of commercial real estate assets in multiple states in her disputes with the minority member manager, our client’s nephew. In an effort to increase his membership interests, the minority member…

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Best Lawyers Selects CDQ As A Tier 1 Law Firm For 2022

Best Lawyers has once again selected CDQ as a Tier 1 law firm for Commercial Litigation in the 2022 Edition of “Best Law Firms.”  The “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations, peer review from leading attorneys in their field, and review…

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Dan Quigley Named As Best Lawyers’ Lawyer of the Year For Litigation-Real Estate

CDQ is proud to announce that the Best Lawyers in America has named Dan Quigley as the Lawyer of the Year in Arizona in the category of Litigation-Real Estate.  Best Lawyers is a peer-review service designed to capture the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the geographical and…

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CDQ Attorneys Selected as “Ones To Watch” By Best Lawyers

Four CDQ attorneys have been selected for the 2022 edition of Best Lawyers’ “Ones to Watch.”  J. Neil Stuart, Kaysey Fung, Kevin Moyer and Jenna Brownlee received this honor.  Best Lawyers recognizes “Ones to Watch” as attorneys who are earlier in their careers for outstanding professional excellence in private practice in the United States.   Best…

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Dan Dowd Recognized By Best Lawyers for Bet-the-Company Litigation

Dan Dowd was chosen by Best Lawyers for the practice areas of Commercial Litigation and Bet-the-Company Litigation.  Bet-the-Company Litigation is a new practice area for Best Lawyers, and recognizes an attorney’s ability to manage litigation involving multiple investigations, multiple jurisdictions, or multiple adversaries.  “Bet-the-company cases require an ability not only to navigate in these different…

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CDQ Secures Dismissal Of Employment Claims – Twice

Dan Dowd, Betsy Lamm and Kaysey Fung obtained dismissal of a breach of contract, unpaid wages and retaliation claims against the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) based on the plaintiff’s failure to file a notice of claim in compliance with A.R.S. § 12-821.01.  On May 12, 2021, the Pima County Superior Court entered judgment dismissing…

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