Saddleworth Law is a full service boutique law firm with experience in contracts and lawsuits large and small. We are devoted, and committed to the needs of each client with thoughtful, practical, and creative solutions to business needs.
4742 N 24th St,
Phoenix AZ 85016
15 minute initial consultation
11201 N Tatum Blvd Suite 300
Attorney Craig W. Broadbent is licensed to practice law by the Arizona State Bar. He has the experience to know how to protect his clients and will go the distance for clients large and small. Trials include an award of $8 Million in favor of Mr. Broadbent’s client, a jury award entirely in favor of a local Arizona company and its owners who were forced to defend against unjustified claims, and an arbitration award for a small business deprived of the rights under a business purchase contract.
He has practiced in various courts including Arizona State Courts, United States District Courts, and quasi-judicial courts such as trials before administrative law judges. He has provided zealous representation to both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of civil disputes and at all stages of litigation including arbitrations, mediations, jury trials, and appeals. Mr. Broadbent also provides advice in areas of business start-up, trademark, professional licenses, contractor regulation, bars and restaurants, and general corporate law. He has resolved through negotiation various disputes without trial, and created a variety of agreements with an emphasis on business partnership and cooperative contractual relationships.
His experience with law firms and legal issues spans over a decade beginning as a legal assistant in 2007. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Utah in 2008, received his Juris Doctorate degree in 2011, and thereafter entered the practice of law. He is also is a strong supporter of local business and local arts.
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