Daryl Manhart is a partner (shareholder) with Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.. His principal areas of practice are in commercial transactions and real estate, commercial litigation, and civil appeals throughout Arizona. He is the firm's principal appellate attorney. Mr. Manhart also was an adjunct professor of business law, teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses, at Grand Canyon University from 1995 - 2004, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mr. Manhart's professional engagements and experience include:
* representation of buyers and sellers of both unimproved and developed Arizona real estate
* representation of buyers and sellers of businesses, or with respect to sales of substantial assets of a business
* representation of landlords and tenants with respect to Arizona commercial leases, negotiation, preparation, and litigation
* preparation of documents and advising clients with respect to non-competition covenants and non-disclosure agreements
* representation of title insurance companies in various litigation matters with respect to Arizona properties
* establishing and litigating real property easements
* preparation of documents and advising clients regarding employment, independent contractor, and distributorship agreements
* representation of appliance/consumer product rental companies
* preparation of documents and advising clients regarding contractor, sub-contractor, and other construction contracts and representation in litigation
* advising clients with respect to corporate director, officer, and shareholder matters
* representation of Arizona state and Maricopa County agencies in various litigation and appeals, including opposition to class action claims
* numerous appeals, including special actions, in state and federal appellate courts in diverse civil practice areas for over 30 years. Mr. Manhart is the firm's lead appellate attorney and has extensive experience handling civil appeals of all kinds in both Arizona state and federal (Ninth Circuit and Supreme Court) courts, including personal injury claim and defense cases, professional malpractice, contractor cases, creditor/debtor cases, eminent domain, water rights, bankruptcy, products liability, insurance coverage, domestic relations, and many other areas. The firm's trial attorneys regularly consult with him on significant motions and other matters to help position cases for a successful outcome on appeal. Mr. Manhart is also called upon by attorneys in other firms for consultation on their appeals or for referral as appellate counsel.
- Business Law
- Appeals & Appellate
- Real Estate Law
- Land Planning
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- 9th Circuit
- U.S. District Court (Arizona)
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Adjunct Faculty
- Grand Canyon University
- I taught business law courses for undergraduates and graduates in the MBA program.
- Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
- J.D. | Law
- Arizona State University
- B.S. (1975) | Chemistry
- Arizona State University
- B.S. (1974) | Mathematics
- Arizona State Bar
- "Property and Liberty Limitations on the Dismissal of Arizona Public Employees"
- 1977 Arizona State Law Journal 835
- "Stereochemistry and Mechanism of Electron Impact Induced Elimination Reactions in Acenaphthol and Acetoxyacenaphthene"
- 12 Organic Mass Spectrometry 288
- Daryl Manhart's Blog
- Arizona public policy permits imposition and enforcement of child support even if parents have agreed to waive it.
8 August 2019
- Even though an otherwise applicable statute of limitations may not have run on a tort or contract claim, is a probate nonclaim statute still going to cut off your claim against someone you didn’t even know had died until after a probate claim deadline had passed? It might.
15 November 2018
- Use of advance waiver improperly denied loan guarantors of Arizona statutory anti-deficiency protection following foreclosure
25 September 2018
- Valuing a Professional Practice in an Arizona Divorce — it’s the ongoing value to the professional spouse, not the liquidation value as if it were sold
24 September 2018
- Don’t let the marketing strategy for your corporation or other business entity unnecessarily expose you personally to individual liability
10 July 2018
- Arizona Gift Clause Case Summaries (as of September 13, 2016)
29 June 2017
- Common Law Road Dedication in Arizona
25 February 2016
- Arizona Anti-Deficiency Statutes and Cases as of August 2015
19 May 2015
- Arizona Equitable Subrogation Case Summaries (as of 08-29-2017)
19 May 2015