Craig Waugh assists businesses and individuals in resolving their commercial disputes by taking the time to understand their unique situation and explain all of the options available to effectively and efficiently achieve their goals.
He has successfully briefed and argued a wide variety of complex commercial litigation matters in the Arizona trial courts and in proceedings submitted to the American Arbitration Association and its International Centre for Dispute Resolution, including matters with as much as $54 million in dispute.
A substantial portion of his work is focused on prosecuting and defending claims in federal and state courts alleging violations of securities laws, and representing entities and individuals before the SEC, Arizona Securities Division and FINRA. Craig also represents entities and their stakeholders in the context of buy-outs, dissolution, fiduciary duty litigation, commercial lending disputes and actions involving unfair competition and other commercial tort claims.
Resolved a business dissolution action after obtaining the appointment of a receiver for a successful restaurant located near the Grand Canyon, obtaining favorable sale terms for his clients’ ownership interests in the business.
"The client should never feel left in the dark. No matter the size of the case, I work hard to make sure my clients are informed, involved and can trust in my advice."