An appellate court in Arizona upheld a lower court's decision to accept the appeal of the brother of an initially-rejected but then accepted licensee applicant, holding January 29 that the brother had standing to appeal the decision reinstating the license because he had an interest in denying a license to the applicant.
The case involves two feuding brothers, Ron and Jerry Simms, and the breakup of their partnership operating a racetrack. During the renewal process for the license of the brothers' track operating company, TPR . . .