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Arizona Employee Leasing Case Law

Please find, below, selected case laws decided by Supreme Court of Arizona or Court of Appeals of Arizona where the terms employee leasing has been mentioned. You are not to rely on these cases as legal advice nor should you rely on them for accuracy. Please see Terms of Service.

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Pinal County v. Pinal County Employee Merit System Commission - 7/25/2005
The Pinal County Sheriff's Department (PCSD) terminated appellee Richard Serb's employment as a PCSD detention officer after he assaulted a fully restrained inmate. Serb appealed to the Pinal County Employee Merit System Commission...

Arizona Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Fund v. Martin - 6/17/2005
In this declaratory relief action (DRA) that involves a Morris agreement, appellants Bunny Martin and her husband appeal from the trial court's grant of summary judgment in favor of appellee Arizona Property and Casualty Insurance...

Hypl v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 5/10/2005
In this statutory special action, petitioner/employee Jaroslav Hypl challenges the administrative law judge's (ALJ) decision concluding that Hypl had failed to show that his injury occurred in the course of and arose out of his...

Naslund v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 4/21/2005
AWARD SET ASIDE Arizona Revised Statutes ("A.R.S.") section 23-1044(A) (Supp. 2004) was amended in 1999 to require that "fifty per cent of retirement and pension benefits received from the insured or self-insured employer...

Espinoza v. Schulenburg - 3/10/2005
While off-duty, Appellant Elizabeth Espinoza, a Phoenix firefighter and emergency medical technician, stopped to render assistance at the scene of an accident involving Appellees John and Debra Schulenburg and their daughter,...

Kelly Services v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 2/8/2005
This is a special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) decision upon review for a permanent total disability. The Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) based her determination on her conclusion that, as a matter of...

New PCR International v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 9/24/2004
AWARD AFFIRMED In this statutory special action, petitioners New PCR International and its workers' compensation insurer challenge the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award granting respondent Scott Tomlinson's petition to...

Thomas and King - 6/29/2004
AFFIRMED Thomas and King, Inc. ("T&K;) appeals from the superior court's judgment affirming the City of Phoenix Development Advisory Board's ("Board") denial of T&K;s Application for Modification from the Construction...

Shotwell v. Donahoe - 2/25/2004
This case requires us to determine whether a reasonable cause determination letter issued by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") is automatically admissible as evidence in a Title VII employment...

McLeod v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 1/29/2004
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Petitioner/employee Rocky McLeod challenges the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award denying his request for total temporary disability...

Miller v. X9 Ranch Owners Association - 12/23/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Appellants/cross-appellees Anne J. Miller, William Jackson, and John R. McDonald, trustees of the Henry W. Jackson Family Trust...

McManus v. Runner - 12/22/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Plaintiff/appellant James McManus appeals from a summary judgment granted in favor of defendants/appellees Katherine Runner and San Pedro...

Jahan v. Carondelet Health Network - 12/22/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Appellant John Jahan filed an action in the superior court alleging that appellee Carondelet Health Network had breached its employment...

San Pedro Feed & Supplies v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 12/22/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In this statutory special action, petitioner/employer San Pedro Feed & Supplies and petitioner/insurer, the State Compensation Fund,...

Magoch v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 12/22/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure While working as a police sergeant for respondent/employer City of Tucson, petitioner/employee Kenneth Magoch sustained a gradual...

Cimarron Foothills Community Association v. Kippen - 12/10/2003
After a bench trial, the trial court found that appellee Cimarron Foothills Homeowners Association was entitled to enforce its deed restrictions against appellants James and Betty Kippen, despite the Kippens' claim that the...

Burns v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 11/26/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In this statutory special action, petitioner Thomas Burns, doing business as Complete Automotive Repair Service, challenges the December...

Brown v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 9/30/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In this statutory special action, petitioner Arlene Brown challenges the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award finding that Brown's...

Hansen-Kramer Stucco - 9/30/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Respondent employee Guillermo Moran injured his back in 1996 while working as a plasterer for petitioner employer Hansen-Kramer Stucco,...

Gusman v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 9/16/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In this statutory special action, petitioner employee Mary Gusman contends the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award terminating her...

Dutcher v. Stewart - 6/25/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In 2002, Robert William Dutcher filed a document entitled "Petition for Writ of Statutory Special Action" against the state; the Arizona...

Anderson v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 6/17/2003
Petitioner suffered an industrial injury in 1986 and his award for unscheduled permanent partial disability benefits became final in 1991. In 2001, petitioner was convicted of a felony and sentenced to state prison for nine years...

Rust v. State - 6/16/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure Appellant Jan Rust appeals from the trial court's grant of the State of Arizona's and the Arizona Attorney General's (collectively, the...

Galati v. America West Airlines - 6/3/2003
AFFIRMED Charles Galati (Galati) appeals the trial court's dismissal of his wrongful termination claim against America West Airlines, Inc. (AWA). Finding that Galati did not state a viable claim for wrongful termination, we...

Carranza v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 3/10/2003
MEMORANDUM DECISION Not for Publication Rule 28, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure In this statutory special action, petitioner Ernesto Carranza challenges the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award finding that he...

Mace v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 1/30/2003
AWARD SET ASIDE Petitioner David Mace seeks review of the administrative law judge' s (ALJ) award denying him workers' compensation benefits to pay for conjoint marriage and family counseling to which he and his family had...

Jaramillo v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 12/12/2002
AWARD SET ASIDE This is a Rule 10 special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona ("ICA") Award and Decision Upon Review closing Petitioner Abraham Jaramillo's ("Claimant's") claim without a permanent impairment....

Putz v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 8/15/2002
In this special action, petitioner employer Mike and Pat Putz, husband and wife, dba Northern Construction, request that we set aside an Industrial Commission award for compensable claim. Northern Construction asserts that the...

Higginbottom v. State - 8/8/2002
AFFIRMED After Governor Jane Dee Hull terminated James Higginbottom's appointment as Director of the Arizona Department of Racing, he and his wife sued the State of Arizona and Governor Hull for breach of contract, wrongful...

Romley v. Arpaio - 2/19/2002
AFFIRMED We are asked to decide whether the Maricopa County Sheriff can lawfully eschew the services of the Maricopa County Attorney by directing an administrative employee, who is also a licensed attorney, to represent the...

Mejia v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 2/12/2002
AWARD SET ASIDE In this statutory special action, petitioner Jose Mejia challenges the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award that A. R. S. § 23-1031 suspended Mejia's right to receive temporary total disability compensation...

Warren v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 1/31/2002
AWARD SET ASIDE This is a review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) award and decision upon review for no loss of earning capacity. The dispositive issue is whether post-injury raises related to the general labor...

Hill v. Peterson - 11/27/2001
Defendants/appellees Timothy and Susan Peterson asked us to reconsider our May 22, 2001, opinion vacating the trial court's order dismissing plaintiff/appellant Donald Hill's tortious interfer ence with prospective advantage causes...

State v. Estrada - 11/15/2001
We granted review and consolidated these cases in order to resolve a conflict between Divisions One and Two of the court of appeals concerning the sentencing provisions of Proposition 200, an initiative measure adopted by the...

Special Fund Division - 9/11/2001
This is a Rule 10 special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) decision upon review awarding permanent partial disability compensation and awarding reimbursement under Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated...

Horton v. Mitchell - 7/31/2001
Roy E. Horton and Leslie Horton appeal from the trial court's denial of their requested injunctive relief and the trial court's award of attorneys' fees in favor of Charles E. Mitchell. For the reasons that follow, we reverse and...

Bernhart v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 6/28/2001
Special Action--Industrial Commission ICA CLAIM NOS. 96036-864391*; 96057-874881 ; 96036-864573 *; 96036-864572 ; 94146-531896 *; 95297-813488 ; and 97169-116604 * CARRIER NOS. N/A*; 775000479000 ; 957-C99933 *;...

Cummins v. Mold-In Graphic Systems - 6/5/2001
Mold-In Graphic Systems (MIGS) and Michael and Kathleen Stevenson, collectively referred to as the defendants, appeal from the trial court's denial of the defendants' motion for judgment as a matter of law on Sean and Deirdre...

State v. Wilson - 5/31/2001
AFFIRMED After having this case against defendant/appellee Thomas Wilson dismissed without prejudice, the state appeals from the trial court's prior r uling, based on the physician-patient privilege (the privilege), that...

Rowland v. Great States Insurance Company - 3/13/2001
AFFIRMED IN PART; REVERSED IN PART AND REMANDED Appellees/cross-appellants Great States Insurance Company and Patti Marsillo (collectively, Great States) included independent medical examination (IME) expenses in Great...

Hobson v. Mid-Century Insurance Co. - 2/27/2001
AFFIRMED In these two cases, consolidated for appeal, the tr ial courts ruled as a matter of law that A.R. S. § 23-1023(C) does not permit an order compelling a workers' compensation lienholder to pay, fr om the amount it is...

Brown v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 2/27/2001
AWARD SET ASIDE In this statutory special action, petitioner /employee Dennis Brown contends that the administrative law judge's (ALJ) award eliminating a previously awarded medication, Zocor, from Brown's supportive care...

Samsel v. Allstate Insurance Co. - 2/27/2001
AFFIRMED This appeal asks us to determine whether the medical payments coverage of an automobile insurance policy issued by Allstate Insurance Company covers accident-related health care expenses of its insured, Lisa Samsel,...

Ruelas v. Staff Builders Personnel Services - 1/30/2001
AFFIRMED In the course of receiving an enema while a patient at Pima County's Posada del Sol Health Care Center, appellant Billie Ruelas was abused by nurses provided by appellee Staff Builders.() On appeal, Ruelas challenges...

Zuther v. State - 12/21/2000
JUDGMENT REINSTATED Court of Appeals, Division One Memorandum Decision VACATED I. INTRODUCTION Reinhold F. Zuther was convicted of a felony in 1992 and sentenced to prison. At the time of the...

Bergmann Precision - 12/7/2000
AWARD AFFIRMED This is a special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona ("ICA") award and decision upon review for a compensable claim. The dispositive issue is whether a local traveling salesman departs from...

Coulter v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 9/14/2000
AWARD SET ASIDE Petitioner ("Claimant") seeks Rule 10 special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona ("Commission") Award and Decision Upon Review dismissing her Petition to Reopen. Claimant timely filed letters...

Aranda v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 9/12/2000
ARANDA Industrial Commission Award Joann C. Gaffaney, Administrative Law Judge SUSPENSION OF AWARD SET ASIDE Court of Appeals, Division One 195 Ariz. 403, 989 P.2d 157 (1999) VACATED REMEDYTEMP Industrial Commission Award Karen...

Murcott v. Best Western International - 8/31/2000
Brian Murcott filed an action for wrongful discharge against his former employer, Best Western International, Inc., and four individuals serving as company directors at the time of the discharge: Mark T. Brown, Rodger Mathis, Loren...

Special Fund Division v. Arizona Department of Transportation - 8/29/2000
Special Action--Industrial Commission AWARD AFFIRMED Petitioner ("Special Fund") seeks Rule 10 special action review of a decision of the Industrial Commission of Arizona ("Commission"). At issue is the interpretation...

Lingel v. Olbin - 8/29/2000
AFFIRMED Plaintiffs/appellants Rick and Joyce Lingel appeal from the trial court's order granting summary judgment in favor of defendants/appellees Patricia and Michael Olbin in the Lingels' breach of contract action, which...

Mead v. Holzman - 8/29/2000
AFFIRMED AND REMANDED Deborah M. Mead appeals from the trial court's order establishing the amount of child support she must pay to James C. Holzmann for the care of their children. We must determine whether the trial court...

T.W.M. Custom Framing v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 6/29/2000
AFFIRMED In this special action review of an Industrial Commission ("IC") case, we must determine whether the employee's suicide was compensable under the workers' compensation law. Three issues are presented on appeal: ...

Brush Welman - 2/29/2000
SPECIAL ACTION PROCEEDING This special action presents the following issue: After an appellate court reverses a trial court ruling and remands a case to the trial court for further proceedings, is a party entitled to a...

Jardanowski v - 2/8/2000
AWARDS SET ASIDE This is a consolidated statutory special action review of two Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) awards and decisions upon review involving common legal issues. In both claims, the administrative law...

Carr v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 12/21/1999
This is a special action review of an Industrial Commission award that denied travel reimbursement to the claimant and established an average monthly wage. We set the award aside because we conclude that the injured worker, who was...

Lowry v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 12/3/1999
Marjorie S. Becklund, Administrative Law Judge AWARD SET ASIDE AND MATTER REMANDED Memorandum Decision of the Court of Appeals, Division One filed September 22, 1998 VACATED I. We are asked to decide...

Gibbons v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 11/26/1999
CARRIER NO. 98-00067 Administrative Law Judge Joseph L. Moore AWARD AFFIRMED This matter is a statutory special action review of an Arizona Industrial Commission ("ICA") award and decision upon review denying...

State Compensation Fund v. Yellow Cab Co. of Phoenix - 11/26/1999
REVERSED AND REMANDED The State Compensation Fund ("the Fund") and Travelers Indemnity Company ("Travelers") sued four corporations (collectively "Yellow Cab"), alleging that Yellow Cab taxi drivers were employees covered by...

Kessen v. Industrial Commission of Arizona - 8/26/1999
Amended by Order filed 9/9/99 AFFIRMED The Kessens, Claimant Lynn Stewart's uninsured employer, seek special action review of the Industrial Commission of Arizona's ("ICA") affirmance of the lump-sum commutation of...

Burns v. Davis - 8/10/1999
REVERSED AND REMANDED Plaintiffs (Appellants) appeal from the dismissal of their defamation complaint. The trial court found that the statements at issue were made by witnesses and an attorney at a board of adjustment meeting...

MacLean v. State - 8/2/1999
AFFIRMED IN PART; REVERSED AND REMANDED IN PART Plaintiff/appellant Diane MacLean worked for the Arizona Department of Education (the Department) from December 1994 to January 1996. After resigning from her job, she sued the...

State v. Heinze - 6/29/1999
REVERSED AND REMANDED The facts are fully presented in State v. Schallock, 189 Ariz. 250, 941 P.2d 1275 (1997), and we need not restate them in detail. It suffices by way of summary to indicate that the underlying declaratory...

Aranda v. Industrial Commission - 6/24/1999
AFFIRMED EHRLICH, Judge Guadalupe Aranda filed this special action review of Ari- zona Industrial Commission decisions upon hearing and review sus- pending his unscheduled monthly permanent partial disability com-...

State v. Clabourne - 6/18/1999
Appeal from the Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County The Honorable Roberto C. Montiel, Judge AFFIRMED AS MODIFIED In November 1982, a jury convicted Scott Drake Clabourne of one count of first-degree murder, one...

State v. White - 6/10/1999
Appeal from the Superior Court of Yavapai County The Honorable James Hancock, Judge AFFIRMED A jury convicted the defendant Michael Ray White of first degree murder and conspiracy to commit first degree murder. The...

National Bank of Arizona v. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co. - 3/16/1999
AFFIRMED National Bank of Arizona ("NBA") sought a declaratory judgment against St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company ("St. Paul") regarding a Directors & Officers Liability Policy ("D & O Policy") NBA purchased...

Pavlik v. Chinle Unified School District No. 24 - 3/11/1999
REVERSED Chinle Unified School District Number 24 appeals from a trial court decision reinstating Steve Pavlik, a high school teacher whose employment was terminated by the School District's Governing Board. We reverse the...

Lloyd v. AMF Bowling Centers Inc. - 2/23/1999
Appellant, Gary Lloyd, appeals from summary judgment granted in favor of his employer, AMF Bowling Centers, which found that his firing by AMF did not constitute wrongful termination. We affirm. FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY ...

Lloyd v. AMF Bowling Centers Inc. - 2/22/1999
AFFIRMED Appellant, Gary Lloyd, appeals from summary judgment granted in favor of his employer, AMF Bowling Centers, which found that his firing by AMF did not constitute wrongful termination. We affirm. FACTS AND...

Bills v. Arizona Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Fund - 2/2/1999
AFFIRMED Plaintiff/appellant Marie Bills appeals from the trial court's entry of partial summary judgment for defendant/appellee Arizona Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Fund pursuant to Rule 54(b), Ariz. R. Civ. P.,...

Division of Occupational Safety and Health of Industrial Commission of v. Chuck Westenburg Concrete Contractors Inc. - 12/24/1998
Special Action -- Industrial Commission INSPECTION NO. N0135-1761/115588212 Administrative Law Judge Bill H. Enriquez FINDINGS AND ORDER SET ASIDE This is a statutory special action review of Arizona...

California Portland Cement Co. v. Arizona Department of Economic Security - 6/2/1998
AWARD AFFIRMED This is an appeal from a decision of the Arizona Department of Economic Security granting an employee's claim for unemployment benefits. The issue is whether the Appeals Board erred by finding that the...

Wiseman v. Dynair Tech of Arizona Inc. - 5/19/1998
This case presents the issue of legal standards for a lent employee. James Kevin Wiseman and Chong Wiseman (Wiseman) argue on appeal that DynAir Tech of Arizona, Inc. (DynAir) was not immune from tort liability for Mr. Wiseman's...

Felix v. Industrial Commission - 4/28/1998
DEPARTMENT C Filed 4-28-98 Amended per Order AWARD SET ASIDE Because workers' compensation payments for loss of earnings are calculated as a percentage of the injured worker's average monthly wage, employers...

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