Ryley Carlock & Applewhite announced that four associates and two of counsel attorneys have been elected Shareholders.
New Phoenix Shareholders:
Molly A. Booker is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Booker represents clients in various business disputes in federal and state courts in many aspects of pretrial litigation. She handles matters involving breach of contract, business torts, commercial landlord/tenant, creditor’s rights, products liability, condemnation, insurance, transportation, real property and surety law issues.
Charitie L. Hartsig is a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Hartsig represents employers in litigation before federal and state courts and agencies in a variety of issues including personnel policies, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour matters, and compliance with federal and state laws.
Andrea Landeen is a member of the firm’s Banking & Finance Practice group. Landeen focuses primarily on the representation of lenders and other creditors in pre- and post-judgment litigation, with emphasis on litigation with respect to the enforcement of promissory notes, personal and commercial guaranties, security agreements, deeds of trust, and commercial contracts.
Lisa S. Wahlin is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. Wahlin focuses her practice on defending and advising governmental entities in a variety of areas including government liability, road design and maintenance issues, medical malpractice, claims under Title VII and ADA, and the defense of law enforcement and corrections personnel.
New Denver Shareholders:
Mark H. Boscoe is a member of the firm’s Corporate Practice Group. In his real estate practice, Boscoe helps clients with real estate acquisition, development and finance, tax increment finance, entity formation and general transactional and corporate representation. In his tax and estate planning practice, he assists individual clients and families with estate and charitable planning matters including preparation of wills, trusts, gift planning and family business matters.
Sheela S. Stack is a member of the firm’s Water, Energy, Resources and Environmental Law Practice Group. Stack focuses her practice on water rights adjudications and water planning, water quality permitting, and environmental compliance. She represents municipalities, special districts, mining companies, developers, trade associations, and a variety of other businesses regulated by the government.