Law Firm Updates

AZ FOP Law Firm Legal Updates Watch this area for updates from the Arizona Fraternal Order of Police Law Firm; Yen, Pilch & Landeen P.C.    

 

  • AZ Supreme Court: PSPRS Cuts Unconstitutional
    Good news for all retired members of the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System!   As you may recall, several members of the Fraternal Order of Police asked the membership to financially support th …
  • Personal Injury Compensation
    Our firm has had the privilege of representing law enforcement officers and their families and friends for the past eighteen years.  Part of what we do is represent people who have been injured and ar …
  • California judge bars voter-approved pension cuts for city workers
    Published: Tuesday, 24 Dec 2013 —By Reuters A state court judge has barred the city of San Jose, California, from imposing voter-approved pension cuts on current municipal workers in a ruling with imp …
  • NHTSA records confirm: August is a dangerous month for driving
    Did you know that your brain is 80% water?Or that Friday, January 4, 2013 was National Trivia Day?Or that August is the most dangerous month to drive? From time to time, we come across random facts th …
  • U.S. Supreme Court Rulings Favor Employers
    U.S. Supreme Court Rulings Favor Employers On June 24, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two decisions toughening standards for  workers bringing discrimination or retaliation claims involving workp …
  • YP&L Success at AZPOST June 2013
    Monthly AZ POST meeting for June, 2013.  Three members represented by the FOP attorney as final action cases.  Over the past few months, we worked out mutually agreeable Consent Agreements with POST f …
  • YP&L Significant Legal Cases
    Our attorneys have handled many significant cases and practiced before numerous tribunals including the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the Unite …
  • Your Lawyer’s Advice Regarding Auto Insurance
    Two Things to Carry in Arizona Everyone who lives in Arizona should “carry” two things.  Water and UIM/UM insurance coverage.  With either of these, it is better to have them and never need them than …