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Posinelli attorney earns 2nd term on State Bar Board

Melissa Ho, a shareholder in the Phoenix office of the national law firm Polsinelli, has been elected for a second term to the State Bar Association Board of Governors. The members of the State Bar of Arizona elected 10 Board of Governor members. Melissa will serve a three-year term.

“The State Bar of Arizona is an outstanding organization in large part due to its members and the governance of its Board” said Melissa Ho. “I am honored to have been selected by the Bar’s membership to serve for a second time as their representative to this important governing body.”

Earlier this year, Melissa was the recipient of the AJC’s Emerging Leadership Award, a prestigious honor bestowed on an attorney practicing twelve years or less who has demonstrated a commitment to the values of public and community service. Melissa is a past recipient of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association “Best Lawyers Under 40”, a distinction achieved by only a select few attorneys in the United States. Melissa has also been named to the “Lawyers of Color Hot List” and was recently selected by AZ Business Magazine as a “Generation Next Forty Under Forty.” Southwest Super Lawyers named her as a Rising Star in 2012, 2013 and 2014 in the category of Criminal Defense – White Collar.

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Bryan Cave Partner Elected to State Bar Board

Hirsch.S.2013P_croppedBryan Cave LLP Partner Steven A. Hirsch has been elected to the State Bar of Arizona Board of Governors. He will serve a three-year term in District 6, Maricopa County. Hirsch was installed on June 13 by Supreme Court of Arizona Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch at the State Bar Annual Convention in Tucson, Arizona.

The Board of Governors oversees the policy making and operations of Arizona’s mandatory bar. The Board is comprised of 30 people: four non-attorney, public members appointed by the Board; three at-large members appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court; 19 attorney members elected by fellow Bar members in their district; and four ex-officio members (immediate past president and the deans of Arizona’s three law schools).

Hirsch’s litigation practice concentrates on general business, utility and commercial litigation and has included several jury trials concerning eminent domain, contract and lease disputes, valuation of real estate, land use regulation and other government takings of undeveloped and improved land, income producing properties, utility property and certificated areas and water rights. He also has substantial experience in construction law matters, including the resolution of mechanic’s and materialmen’s lien disputes, public and private contract disputes, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in construction contracts and negotiating the terms of owners’, general contractors’, subcontractors’ and suppliers’ agreements and purchase orders.

Hirsch has served as President of the Arizona Bar Foundation, the State Bar of Arizona’s charitable arm, and was a founder and president of the Arizona Justice Institute, now known as the Morris Institute for Justice, a non-profit organization devoted to providing legal services and public policy initiatives regarding issues affecting the underprivileged. He is current President of the Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation, the charitable arm of the Arizona Game and Fish Department and is past chair of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona. He served as Co-Chair of Arizona’s Multi-jurisdictional Task Force, which studied and helped implement changes to the State’s Ethics Rules allowing better service to clients in other states’ courts. Hirsch is a former President of the University of Arizona Law College Association and has served on a wide variety of other boards and committees of the Maricopa County Bar Association, State Bar of Arizona and American Bar Association. He is a fellow of the American Bar Foundation and has served as a judge pro tempore of the Arizona Court of Appeals.

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Nelson Appointed to Boys & Girls Clubs' board

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney and shareholder Kevin P. Nelson was appointed as a Member of the Board of Governors to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.  Board members serve a minimum of one term (three years) and are responsible for serving on standing and special event committees, fiduciary oversight and providing resources to fulfill the mission of the organization. The non-profit organization provides 17,700 Valley children and teenagers with a positive, supervised and fun environment to help reach their full potential. The Clubs offer more than 100 youth development programs at the organization’s nine branches and 12 outreach sites located in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa and Hualapai Indian Communities. Their programs help promote healthy lifestyles, good character and academic success.

Michael Tiffany, Managing Partner and Shareholder of Tiffany & Bosco stated, “We are thankful that Kevin is such an active member in an organization that works with children to benefit our entire community. Kevin is a dedicated lawyer and committed to serving our community and his clients.”

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Nelson Appointed to Boys & Girls Clubs’ board

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney and shareholder Kevin P. Nelson was appointed as a Member of the Board of Governors to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.  Board members serve a minimum of one term (three years) and are responsible for serving on standing and special event committees, fiduciary oversight and providing resources to fulfill the mission of the organization. The non-profit organization provides 17,700 Valley children and teenagers with a positive, supervised and fun environment to help reach their full potential. The Clubs offer more than 100 youth development programs at the organization’s nine branches and 12 outreach sites located in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa and Hualapai Indian Communities. Their programs help promote healthy lifestyles, good character and academic success.

Michael Tiffany, Managing Partner and Shareholder of Tiffany & Bosco stated, “We are thankful that Kevin is such an active member in an organization that works with children to benefit our entire community. Kevin is a dedicated lawyer and committed to serving our community and his clients.”

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Boys & Girls Clubs board appoints Bosco

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney and shareholder Mark S. Bosco was appointed as a Member of the Board of Governors to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.

Board members serve a minimum of one term (three years) and are responsible for serving on standing and special event committees, fiduciary oversight and providing resources to fulfill the mission of the organization.

The non-profit organization provides 17,700 Valley children and teenagers with a positive, supervised and fun environment to help reach their full potential. The Clubs offer more than 100 youth development programs at the organization’s nine branches and 12 outreach sites located in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa and Hualapai Indian Communities. Their programs help promote healthy lifestyles, good character and academic success.

Steve Davidson, President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale stated, “We are thrilled to have Mark join our team.  We know that his passion, commitment, and comprehension of the work done by our organization will help us grow and continue to serve more youth in our communities.  He is an outstanding addition to our organization.”

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Boys & Girls Clubs board appoints Bosco

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney and shareholder Mark S. Bosco was appointed as a Member of the Board of Governors to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.

Board members serve a minimum of one term (three years) and are responsible for serving on standing and special event committees, fiduciary oversight and providing resources to fulfill the mission of the organization.

The non-profit organization provides 17,700 Valley children and teenagers with a positive, supervised and fun environment to help reach their full potential. The Clubs offer more than 100 youth development programs at the organization’s nine branches and 12 outreach sites located in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa and Hualapai Indian Communities. Their programs help promote healthy lifestyles, good character and academic success.

Steve Davidson, President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale stated, “We are thrilled to have Mark join our team.  We know that his passion, commitment, and comprehension of the work done by our organization will help us grow and continue to serve more youth in our communities.  He is an outstanding addition to our organization.”