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Arizona — Campbell Law Group v. Jagelski, No. 1 CA-CV 17-0032, decided 8/14/18. The Arizona Court of Appeals held that a law firm that obtained a charging order against a clients’ interests in LLCs in order to collect unpaid fees could not substitute itself as the member. A charging order only gave the law firm the rights of an assignee.