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  1. So long time no update, but I filed the appeal, won, and got the whole thing dismissed! Hameroff never filed an appellee response (claimed that due to a clerical error they thought they had more time to respond and motioned to extend the time to file the response, but were denied). I won the appeal, it was remanded back to the lower court who scheduled a new pretrial hearing, and Hameroff dropped the suit. I've had to contact the credit reporting agencies to dispute the "public record" (from the initial summary judgement that was vacated by the superior court) that was still showing up
  2. Putting the finishing touches on my appeal memorandum, I've started off with building my case around ARS 1501 and 1502, would it do me any good to also include the federal arbitration act and other federal-level statutes/caselaw or would that just be wasting mine and the court's time?
  3. And yet, according to the website the judge signed the MSJ against me yesterday
  4. Anyone know if I have to file for a stay of proceedings pending the outcome of my appeal, and if so, have any example case law? I would assume that it would be common sense to automatically stay proceedings but I'm just about to head out to a pretrial conference so.... guess not?
  5. In regards to responding to that MSJ- am I filing a response to that MSJ wherein I move that it be dismissed, or do I just file a MTD? Or does it really matter? The actual content seems simple enough but I just wasn't sure about the title/header/whatever it's called .
  6. So I just recently received notice that about 2 days after I filed the appeal the plaintiff filed a MSJ (I have yet to respond to their discovery requests so as not to jeopardize my MTC arb chances- kinda putting all my eggs in one basket, but that was the only place I could really gain any leverage anyways, so yeah probably not hurting myself that much). I'm assuming that the 30 days I have to respond to their MSJ wouldn't start until the appeals process is over, but I may be giving the AZ justice system too much credit...
  7. Oh yeah notice of appeal and cost bond are already in, forgot to mention that last night since it was late and I was more focused on the other part. Looks like I should be fine though, I emailed the AAA and they said if the motion is granted I can just refile
  8. So I got an email from AAA today saying that since Cortez has failed to follow me into arbitration and pay their portion of the fees, the AAA is closing my case...
  9. Cortez didn't respond, and the pro temp judge didn't give a reason
  10. Well apparently they were needlessly worried, as my motion was denied yet again. Time to hop on the appeal train I guess
  11. Alright so quick update- refiled back in December, basically the same MTC as the first, but added 1. that I had filed with the AAA (and attached a copy of the filing acknowledgement) 2. That there was no legal precedent for a settlement conference being a suitable substitution for contractually obligated arbitration 3. That I was requesting oral arguments. Well today I received a motion to strike & request for sanctions, as they allege that this second MTC is nearly identical and therefore was filed only to "unduly expand the proceedings and simply for the purpo
  12. @Coffee_before_tea, that's my plan. While I admit that an appeal would be preferable, I neglected to learn how to appeal or even how long of a window I had to do so until 2 weeks after I had received the judgement, so I figured that ship had sailed (but decided it wouldn't hurt to call to see when the judgement had actually been entered). Interestingly enough, I regularly check my case history on the Maricopa County website that you linked @Harry Seaward and I have yet to see any judgments filed (but didn't know if my denied MTC counted as a "judgment"). Not sure if that's relevant at this p
  13. I called, but the clerk was less than helpful- when I asked when the judgement had been entered he said that he couldn't find it, then he asked what date was listed on the judgement that I had been mailed, then said that must be the date to go by, and that I was (obviously) past that window. Unfortunately, I didn't know that it would behoove me to save the envelopes (although in hindsight it seems pretty obvious that keeping track of postmarks can be beneficial). I guess I can call again on Monday and hope to get a more helpful clerk.