Regents win fees, costs in court case over real estate deal
February 9, 2020
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona judge has ordered one part of state government to pay over $982,000 to another part of state government for attorney and legal fees in a court case stemming from a real estate development..
The ruling Wednesday by Tax Court Judge Judge Christopher Whitten in favor of the state Board of Regents follows Whitten's November ruling against Attorney General Mark Brnovich's lawsuit challenging a deal between Arizona State University and hotel developers.
The Board of Regents, which oversees the state university system, prevailed in the court case in November when Whitte...