Mr. Pollock is an experienced trial lawyer. He regularly represents clients in commercial real estate disputes, director and officer liability litigation, and disputes involving limited liability companies, partnerships, and closely held corporations.
Mr. Pollock is a member of multiple committees of the Arizona State Bar responsible for rules and jury instructions impacting civil litigation. He is also a member of the Task Force on the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure, formed by the Arizona Supreme Court to restyle, simplify, and clarify the rules.
- Represents members of a limited liability company in a dispute over the involuntary withdrawal of another member
- Represented a commercial real estate borrower in a dispute with the lender, and successfully fought off foreclosure of the property.
- Tried a dispute between a commercial borrower and lender over the enforceability of default interest and late fees.
- Represents a medical device company in a lawsuit against a vendor for breach of warranties relating to technical equipment.
- Regularly defends law firms and lawyers against legal malpractice claims.
- Co-Author, "11 Steps to Consider When Facing a Malpractice Claim," Published by Attorney at Law Magazine, December 2011
- Author, "Kansas v. Hendricks: A Workable Standard for 'Mental Illness' or a Push Down the Slippery Slope Toward State Abuse of Civil Commitment," Arizona Law Review, November 1998
- Author, "New But Familiar: Case Management, Trial Setting Shifts," Arizona Attorney, February 2014
- Co-Author, "What to Consider When Facing a Legal Malpractice Claim," Originally Published in Communiqué, the Official Journal of the Clark County Bar Association, September 2012
- Co-Author, "Arizona's Adoption of Federal Rule of Evidence 702," Arizona Attorney, March 2012
- Author, "Surviving a Screwup," Litigation, Winter 2008
- Author, "Sensible Pleading Requirements: Arizona Courts Should Adopt Twombly," Arizona Attorney, September 2007