Phoenix Associate Creighton P. Dixon Elected to The University of Arizona Law College Board

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce Creighton P. Dixon was elected to the board of directors of the Law College Association at The University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law. LCA promotes the advancement of the James E. Rogers College of Law, by raising and managing donations to benefit students and programs.
Dixon primarily advises clients in three areas: construction law, water law, and commercial litigation. His construction practice includes advising owners and contractors as it relates to contract negotiations, licensing concerns with Arizona's Registrar of Contractors (ROC), the Prompt Pay Act, and disputes between the parties, including mechanics' and materialmen's liens. His water practice includes helping clients in various industries, ranging from developers to mines, with issues relating to water rights, supply, and transfer. Finally, Dixon advises clients with their commercial litigation concerns. This includes representing clients during pretrial litigation (for example, during depositions and motion practice) and through trial. He also advises clients through alternative dispute resolution procedures, such as mediation or binding arbitration.

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