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Nancy J. March - Fennemore Craig


Nancy J. March
DIRECTOR




Ms. March practices primarily in the areas of commercial bankruptcy, collections, and related litigation and transactional matters in Arizona and in federal courts in other states, including Delaware, New York, California, Texas, Pennsylvania, Nevada, and the District of Columbia. She represents creditors, debtors, trustees, and official committees in bankruptcy cases in many different industries, such as health care, real estate (hotels, shopping centers and multi-family residential projects), agriculture, charter airlines, and restaurants. Ms. March’s practice includes counseling clients, negotiating, drafting pleadings and contracts, and litigating in federal and state courts.



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title: Director
location: Tucson
p: (520) 879-6403
f: (520) 879-6882
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August 28, 2014
Andrew Federhar Selected to Citizens’ Committee on the Future of Phoenix Transportation [NEWS]

August 20, 2014
Sarah Strunk Selected as One of the 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business [NEWS]

August 18, 2014
82 Fennemore Craig Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America 2015© [NEWS]

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Publications and Events
July 22, 2014
KJZZ: Federal Policy Changes Could Grant New Rights For Married Same-Sex Couples In Arizona [PODCAST]

March 11, 2014
KFYI: Do E-cigarettes Belong In The Work Place? [PODCAST]

February 19, 2014
Social Media & Internet Risk Management: Are you at Risk? [PODCAST]

December 13, 2013
What restaurants need to know about employing teen workers: Federal law requires limits on work activity and hours [NEWSLETTER]

November 13, 2013
New Arizona Court of Appeals guidance regarding employer-employee restrictive covenants [NEWSLETTER]

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