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Tiffany & Bosco Names Fischbach as Shareholder

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney William M. Fischbach III has been named as a Shareholder.  Fischbach concentrates his practice in commercial and civil litigation with an emphasis in real estate, banking, contract disputes, and personal injury. He brings over 13 years of leadership experience at the local, state, federal, and international levels, and in both the private and public sectors.  Will serves as Board Chairman for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Valley Young Professionals and as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Emerging Leaders Group.

Prior to joining Tiffany & Bosco, Fischbach gained invaluable courtroom and leadership experience in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps.  He served as the chief prosecutor for the 101st Airborne Division, a criminal defense attorney in the 82nd Airborne Division, and an appeals attorney at U.S. Army Headquarters in Washington, D.C.  Fischbach completed tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and the Republic of Korea, and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and Combat Action Badge for his service in Iraq. He was honorably discharged in 2008 at the rank of Major.

He received his JD and MBA in 1999 from Tulane University, New Orleans, LA and a BS in Political Science from Arizona State University in 1994.

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Tiffany & Bosco Names Fischbach as Shareholder

The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced that attorney William M. Fischbach III has been named as a Shareholder.  Fischbach concentrates his practice in commercial and civil litigation with an emphasis in real estate, banking, contract disputes, and personal injury. He brings over 13 years of leadership experience at the local, state, federal, and international levels, and in both the private and public sectors.  Will serves as Board Chairman for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Valley Young Professionals and as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Emerging Leaders Group.

Prior to joining Tiffany & Bosco, Fischbach gained invaluable courtroom and leadership experience in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps.  He served as the chief prosecutor for the 101st Airborne Division, a criminal defense attorney in the 82nd Airborne Division, and an appeals attorney at U.S. Army Headquarters in Washington, D.C.  Fischbach completed tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and the Republic of Korea, and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and Combat Action Badge for his service in Iraq. He was honorably discharged in 2008 at the rank of Major.

He received his JD and MBA in 1999 from Tulane University, New Orleans, LA and a BS in Political Science from Arizona State University in 1994.

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Fennemore Craig Hires Legal Marketing Professional

Fennemore Craig, a full-service law firm based in Phoenix, is expanding its marketing team hiring Whitney Murray. As Marketing Manager, Murray will oversee the firm’s advertising and public relations efforts for Fennemore Craig’s offices in Phoenix, Tucson, Denver, Las Vegas, Reno and Nogales.

Relocating from Boston, Murray led marketing and new business efforts for Prince Lobel Tye LLP law firm. Murray’s areas of expertise, include marketing, business development, public relations, event management and corporate communications. Murray holds a Master of Science in Communications Management from Simmons College.

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Attorney Recognized as a Top Insurance Lawyer

Jennifer Erickson, a partner of Phoenix law firm Jaburg & Wilk, P.C has been selected as a ‘2013 Top Rated Lawyer in Insurance Law’ by American Lawyer Media and  Martindale-Hubbell™.

The awards are granted based upon peer reviews. Erickson has achieved the AV Preeminent® peer review rating, the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards.

Erickson handles general insurance defense matters and coverage work, including a variety of tort defense litigation. She represents insurance companies, private businesses and municipalities.

“I like to look at a case as a puzzle or a who dunnit novel,” said Erickson. “There is a cast of characters; some are truthful and some are not. I look for the key to unlocking the puzzle then search for an efficient resolution. I’m always looking out for my client. The more I can teach them, the better they will understand and appreciate why we are doing what we are doing.”

Shawdy Banihashemi

Jaburg & Wilk adds Insurance Defense Attorney

The law firm of Jaburg & Wilk, P.C announced that Shawdy Banihashemi joined the firm as an Associate to assist with Insurance Defense matters and Litigation.

Shawdy developed her insurance defense skills handling pre-trial litigation for complex construction defect and general liability defense cases analyzing records, taking depositions, participating in mediations and arbitrations and negotiating settlements.

“I am delighted Shawdy joined the firm to expand the Insurance Defense practice area, said Insurance Defense attorney Jennifer Erickson. Her diverse experience and vast knowledge will be a valuable asset to the team.”

Shawdy received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2006 and passed the Arizona State Bar exam in 2007.

Jaburg Wilk is an AV rated Phoenix law firm, the highest level of professionalism according to the Martindale-Hubbell.

Shawdy Banihashemi

Jaburg & Wilk adds Insurance Defense Attorney

The law firm of Jaburg & Wilk, P.C announced that Shawdy Banihashemi joined the firm as an Associate to assist with Insurance Defense matters and Litigation.

Shawdy developed her insurance defense skills handling pre-trial litigation for complex construction defect and general liability defense cases analyzing records, taking depositions, participating in mediations and arbitrations and negotiating settlements.

“I am delighted Shawdy joined the firm to expand the Insurance Defense practice area, said Insurance Defense attorney Jennifer Erickson. Her diverse experience and vast knowledge will be a valuable asset to the team.”

Shawdy received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2006 and passed the Arizona State Bar exam in 2007.

Jaburg Wilk is an AV rated Phoenix law firm, the highest level of professionalism according to the Martindale-Hubbell.

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Phoenix Attorney Receives Top Appellate Award

Kathi M. Sandweiss, partner at Phoenix law firm Jaburg & Wilk, P.C has been selected as a ‘2013 Top Rated Lawyer in Appellate Law’ by American Lawyer Media and  Martindale-Hubbell.

Award recipients are selected based on peer reviews. Sandweiss has achieved the AV Preeminent peer review rating, the highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards.

Sandweiss is head of the appellate law department and has represented clients in Arizona and federal appellate courts. She has filed over 100 appellate briefs and petitions for review in the Arizona Court of Appeals, the Arizona Supreme Court, the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Jennings, Strouss & Salmon Expands to Yuma

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC (Jennings Strouss), a leading Phoenix-based law firm, announced the opening of its Yuma office to serve the growing legal needs of Yuma and Imperial counties. The firm’s Yuma location will provide clients with the full range of personal and business legal services, including agribusiness law, business and finance law, estate planning, health care law, labor and employment law, and real estate law.

Shanna Bowman Orlich and Wayne A. Smith will be the primary attorneys at the Jennings Strouss Yuma office. Shanna has deep roots in Yuma and a strong background in agriculture. Orlich has been involved in the business and legal aspects of both of her father’s agribusinesses, BSN Farms and Coronation Peak Ranches, Inc.

“I’m very excited to serve my hometown,” stated Orlich. “This is a tremendous opportunity to give back to my community and offer legal services that are directly beneficial to and customized to meet the unique and diverse needs of business owners and families in Yuma and Imperial Counties. Our Yuma office will have the firm’s full support and resources, which includes a network of 65 attorneys.”

Orlich focuses her practice in the areas of agricultural law, commercial and financial transactions, business operations, planning and formation, and real estate. She also has experience in commercial and probate litigation. Orlich attended Columbia University, where she earned her juris doctorate degree and master’s degree in business administration. She earned a bachelor of science in industrial engineering from Arizona State University.

Wayne Smith also has a strong background in agriculture and continues to run his family’s cattle ranch today. Smith focuses on issues related to agribusiness and agricultural compliance with federal and state programs, water law, real estate (including 1031 exchange and reverse exchange), federal and state income and estate taxation, business and estate planning, and partnership, corporation and limited liability company formation and compliance. Smith earned a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from New Mexico State University, a juris doctorate degree from the University of New Mexico School of Law, and a master’s of law degree in taxation from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.

Jennings Strouss is committed to supporting the numerous business, civic and industry organizations that are dedicated to the growth of Yuma and Imperial Counties. The firm is a member of the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation and the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce.

The opening of the Yuma office marks the fourth location for Jennings Strouss, with offices also located in Phoenix and Peoria, Ariz., and Washington, D.C.

The Yuma office is located in historic downtown Yuma, Ariz at 256 S. 2nd Ave., Suite C.

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Jennings, Strouss & Salmon Expands to Yuma

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC (Jennings Strouss), a leading Phoenix-based law firm, announced the opening of its Yuma office to serve the growing legal needs of Yuma and Imperial counties. The firm’s Yuma location will provide clients with the full range of personal and business legal services, including agribusiness law, business and finance law, estate planning, health care law, labor and employment law, and real estate law.

Shanna Bowman Orlich and Wayne A. Smith will be the primary attorneys at the Jennings Strouss Yuma office. Shanna has deep roots in Yuma and a strong background in agriculture. Orlich has been involved in the business and legal aspects of both of her father’s agribusinesses, BSN Farms and Coronation Peak Ranches, Inc.

“I’m very excited to serve my hometown,” stated Orlich. “This is a tremendous opportunity to give back to my community and offer legal services that are directly beneficial to and customized to meet the unique and diverse needs of business owners and families in Yuma and Imperial Counties. Our Yuma office will have the firm’s full support and resources, which includes a network of 65 attorneys.”

Orlich focuses her practice in the areas of agricultural law, commercial and financial transactions, business operations, planning and formation, and real estate. She also has experience in commercial and probate litigation. Orlich attended Columbia University, where she earned her juris doctorate degree and master’s degree in business administration. She earned a bachelor of science in industrial engineering from Arizona State University.

Wayne Smith also has a strong background in agriculture and continues to run his family’s cattle ranch today. Smith focuses on issues related to agribusiness and agricultural compliance with federal and state programs, water law, real estate (including 1031 exchange and reverse exchange), federal and state income and estate taxation, business and estate planning, and partnership, corporation and limited liability company formation and compliance. Smith earned a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from New Mexico State University, a juris doctorate degree from the University of New Mexico School of Law, and a master’s of law degree in taxation from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.

Jennings Strouss is committed to supporting the numerous business, civic and industry organizations that are dedicated to the growth of Yuma and Imperial Counties. The firm is a member of the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation and the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce.

The opening of the Yuma office marks the fourth location for Jennings Strouss, with offices also located in Phoenix and Peoria, Ariz., and Washington, D.C.

The Yuma office is located in historic downtown Yuma, Ariz at 256 S. 2nd Ave., Suite C.

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Polsinelli Shughart Shortens Firm Name

Polsinelli Shughart PC will shorten the firm name to Polsinelli PC effective late April, 2013.

The firm’s February 2009 combination with Shughart Thomson & Kilroy was preceded by several smaller mergers and acquisitions. The firm has added over 150 attorneys in the four years since the Shughart Thomson merger. Today, the national law firm has more than 630 attorneys in 16 cities including Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.

“While our legacy firms and our history provides our foundation, we have become more than the sum of our parts. Most importantly we are all one firm today and our clients already refer to us as Polsinelli,” said Chairman Russ Welsh. “The owners agreed using one name reflects we are one firm from coast to coast.”

In its 40-year history Polsinelli has had multiple firm names including Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus just before the firm successfully merged with Shughart Thomson & Kilroy and adopted the combined name of Polsinelli Shughart. The merger added Shughart’s well recognized extensive litigation experience to the firm’s established and growing corporate, healthcare, real estate and financial services practices. Adopting one name reflects true integration of services and firm culture.

“This decision reflects branding trends in legal and other professional services which have emulated longstanding practices in consumer marketing,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Allison Yurman. “From a strategic point of view, building brand equity around one name is more viable, and this change leverages existing name awareness by focusing on the shorthand already in use by clients.”

Welsh said the Shughart merger in 2009 brought critical strength in litigation and Shughart’s long, impressive history in Kansas City since the 1940’s. Many of the original Shughart attorneys hold key leadership positions at Polsinelli as practice group chairs and board members.

“We would not be where we are today without those who joined the firm through mergers and laterally.” said Welsh. “When we first merged with Shughart we all joked that both names were a mouthful. But the core reason for the name change is that it reflects who we are now and where we are headed strategically. We are confident the one name, Polsinelli, is easier for clients and will help us strengthen our national identity.”

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Valley attorney launches ‘triage’ service

Valley attorney and well-known venture capitalist, Morris Callaman, Esq., has launched a new type of non-traditional law firm – he describes his work as triage attorney.

As a concierge attorney, Callaman offers personalized problem solving to his clients in almost every area of practice. Rather than specialize in one specific subject matter, like family, corporate or contract law, Callaman assumes the role of general counsel to his clients and advises them on the best resolution to their situation. After understanding the issue and helping the client fully understand the situation, Callaman calls on his network of experts to solve the problem.

The idea was developed after years of using his corporate experience as the youngest Principal at accounting firm Ernst & Young, as well as his degrees in business, engineering, and law to operate a private micro venture capital firm. Callaman realized the unique needs of his clients spanned much greater than securing financing and start-up advising.

“My clients first need an ethical problem-solver, and they trust me, and that’s what I do. Many times, my clients need someone they can trust with highly confidential or personal issues – whether it’s a high-profile divorce or the bankruptcy of a highly visible company. My clients don’t have the time to be searching for the best litigator for their problem or best tax counsel for their project, so they call me and I make a plan, assemble the best team to get the job done, and guide my clients through the process.”

His model of practice is similar to that of the triage team in a hospital emergency room. However, instead of passing the client off to the most qualified expert, he oversees the entire case from start to finish, creating highly personalized solutions.

Callaman believes that the traditional law firm model has become destructive to the profession and often to business in general.

“As a society, we don’t admire lawyers as we used to,” said Callaman. “Still, lawyers tend to get into law because they have a sense of ethics and concern for others. Too often, the traditional processes make it feel as if lawyers have somehow lost their way. I’m interested in changing that with this new model of law practice.”

Callaman has been hired to resolve issues with regulators, navigate corporate turnarounds, guide celebrity divorces, litigate contract cases, and negotiate financings.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/morriscallamanesq or call 480-250-4315.

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Jaburg & Wilk attorney elected as Fellow to ACTEC

Attorney Lauren Garner of the law firm Jaburg & Wilk, P.C. has been elected as a Fellow to the prestigious American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).  Membership in ACTEC is by election of the regents of the College. Individual lawyers meeting the criteria for membership are nominated for membership by fellows of the College and subjected to careful review by both state and national membership selection committees, prior to consideration by the regents of the College.

The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) is a nonprofit association of lawyers. Its members are elected to the College by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors.

“We are pleased with the work Lauren has done for the probate community and for the State Bar of Arizona” said Gary Jaburg, Managing Partner of Jaburg Wilk.  “Lauren’s is a great asset to Jaburg Wilk and to our clients”.

 

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Greenberg Traurig Named to ‘The BTI Client Service 30′

Greenberg Traurig Named to ‘The BTI Client Service 30′

PHOENIX (December 3, 2012) – International law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP has announced that the firm has been ranked in the BTI Client Service A-Team 2013 report. The firm joins “The BTI Client Service 30,” a list which makes up the 30 law firms who “perform five to 15 times better” out of the report’s 650 law firms serving large clients, according to its publisher, The BTI Consulting Group (Wellesley, MA).

“Our team in Phoenix prides itself on superior client service and this recognition is proof that our efforts have not gone unnoticed,” said John E. Cummerford, Greenberg Traurig’s managing shareholder in Phoenix. “We are proud to be included in this impressive, unbiased ranking.”

“Excellence in client service is at the core of who we are as a firm. We are humbled by our inclusion in BTI’s elite group of 30 law firms most recognized for such service,” said Richard A. Rosenbaum, Greenberg Traurig’s Chief Executive Officer. “We will continue our commitment to client satisfaction and keeping the Greenberg Traurig name synonymous with unparalleled legal counsel. Our passion for the delivery of high quality legal services and real value has been the root of our ability to grow into a global leader while maintaining our relationships with clients throughout the U.S. A hearty thank you goes to those who believe and trust in us as clients and as legal professionals.”

The report ranks firms solely on objective, unbiased client feedback from more than 300 in-depth interviews with corporate counsel. According to BTI, “no law firms influence the results, submit nominations or provide client names. The research is independent and unbiased. The client—the most important judge of client service—solely decides which law firms are best at the 17 activities driving superior client relationships.”

Published in the report is following commentary from BTI: Greenberg Traurig’s commitment to client service led to honors in all 17 activities driving client relationships. What Corporate Counsel Say: Clients praise the quality of services offered by Greenberg Traurig, along with their focus on “getting to know our business.” Clients appreciate the firm’s “Willingness to partner with them to reduce outside legal cost,” and their “focus on making themselves cost effective.” Greenberg Traurig also receives praise for their global reach, with clients noting, “They can cover unusual physical locations.”

The firm is noted for appearing on the following lists in the report: Honor Roll of the Best; Anticipates the Client’s Needs; Breadth of Services; Brings Together National Resources; Client Focus; Commitment to Help; Deals with Unexpected Changes; Handles Problems; Helps Advise on Business Issues; Innovative Approach; Keeps Clients Informed; Legal Skills; Meets Core Scope; Provides Value for the Dollar; Quality Products; Regional Reputation; Understands the Client’s Business; and Unprompted Communication.

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Law firm opens Arizona office

Medical negligence and personal injury firm Hodes Milman Liebeck, LLP has announced the opening of its Phoenix office, renaming the firm to Hodes Milman Liebeck Mosier, LLP and adding attorneys Robert A. Mosier and Robert K. Scott.  Mosier, managing partner of the Arizona office, represents plaintiffs in a variety of personal injury and medical negligence matters.  Scott, Of Counsel to the firm, is a respected trial attorney specializing in all aspects of bad faith insurance litigation.

“We look forward to expanding our geographic reach to serve clients throughout California and Arizona,” said Managing Partner Daniel Hodes.  “Both attorneys are talented, highly respected litigators and will be a tremendous asset in representing victims of medical negligence, personal injury and insurance bad faith.”

Prior to joining the firm, Mosier was an attorney at a prestigious medical negligence defense firm where he defended physicians, hospitals and nursing homes.  He left the defense side to focus on representing victims of medical negligence, including victims of brain and birth injury, nursing home abuse, catastrophic personal injury as well as wrongful death, and has tried numerous cases in these areas. Mosier earned his Bachelor’s degree in Law and his Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

With more than 30 years’ experience, Scott has obtained multi-million dollar judgments, lucrative out-of-court settlements and substantial arbitration awards on behalf of his clients. His areas of legal practice include disability, life and accidental insurance, fire and property insurance, health insurance, catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination and consumer law. Scott earned his Bachelor’s degree from the United States International University and his Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law, where he was also awarded an L.L.D.

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AREA Awards 2012: Law Firm Of The Year

The Arizona Real Estate Achievement (AREA) Awards — selected by a panel of industry experts — honor the state’s best and brightest real estate companies, real estate agents, real estate brokers, mortgage companies, bankers, home builders, individuals who give back to the community, and those in the real estate business whose careers have left an indelible mark on the community and on the industry.

AREA AWARDS: LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR

Winner: Tiffany & Bosco

AREA Awards: Tiffany & BoscoSince 1967, Tiffany & Bosco has served its real estate and banking clients with experienced, innovative service. The firm’s real estate services involve the purchase, sale, financing, planning, zoning, development, construction, management, and leasing of land, subdivisions, and improved real property. The firm’s real estate clients include investors, lenders, developers, builders, contractors, property managers, and those providing services to them, including brokers, appraisers, engineers, planners, architects, and title companies. Projects include apartment, hotel, office, retail, commercial and residential condominiums, industrial, residential, and telecommunication properties.


Honorable Mention: Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Although the firm was only founded in 2008, the partners of Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner are well-seasoned and well-respected in the law community, having been peer review rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. The firm has assisted more than 1,000 client in real estate-related matters, including short sales, foreclosure defense, modifications, and bankruptcy. Through lectures, seminars, and published articles, Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner attorneys have provided educational and practical information for Realtors and the public.


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Engelman Will Be Honored By Arizona Interfaith Movement

In recognition of his business acumen and philanthropic contributions, Engelman Berger law firm co-founder David William Engelman will receive a business award at Arizona Interfaith Movement (AIFM)’s 7th Annual Golden Rules Awards Banquet on March 29. Honored with him will be recipients of Darl Andersen, youth, religious, international, health and community service awards.

Since 1995, Arizona Interfaith Movement’s mission has been to “build bridges of understanding, respect, and support among diverse people of faith through education, dialogue, service, and the implementation of the Golden Rule.” Award recipients, like Engelman, have been judiciously selected because they exemplify the Golden Rule in their daily interaction with people and institutions in the community.

An Arizona Interfaith Movement member since 2000, Engelman serves as a vice president to the organization. He previously served as a board of director.

“I’ve had the pleasure of knowing David Engelman since he joined our organization twelve years ago,” said Dr. Paul Eppinger, Arizona Interfaith Movement executive director. “During that time, I’ve been impressed by David’s integrity, dedication, and openness to the opinions and traditions of others. An avid philanthropist and savvy attorney, David leads by example, and truly illustrates that one can be successful in business while still living the Golden Rule.”

An attorney for more than 30 years, Engelman conducts his business and personal life with dignity and respect – a core value exemplified in Engelman Berger’s client-centric philosophy, pro bono work and philanthropic outreach, as well as in the charitable and civic organizations that Engelman supports outside the office.

Engelman previously served as a board of director for Temple Chai, the Jewish Community Center, and the American Jewish Committee, and as a board member of the Hillel at ASU. In 2004, he received the William E. Morris Pro Bono Service Award from the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education, recognizing his contributions “in making legal services available to persons who otherwise could not afford them, and thereby to focus public awareness on the substantial voluntary services by Arizona attorneys in this area.”

A long-time member of the Maricopa County Bar Association and the State Bar of Arizona, Engelman previously served as Pro Bono Chairman and Chairman of its Judicial Relations Committee for the latter’s Bankruptcy Section. He has spoken at numerous seminars on bankruptcy law and consumer lending regulations, and taught business law at Phoenix College for five years. Engelman received his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School, where he served on the Law Review and graduated with honors, and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Antioch College. He is licensed to practice before all state and federal courts of Arizona, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Squire Sanders ranked No. 1 bond counsel in Arizona

Squire Sanders Ranked No. 1 Bond Counsel In Arizona For 11th Straight Year

Squire Sanders has claimed the No. 1 spot for the 11th consecutive year in Thomson Reuters’ rankings of bond counsel law firms in Arizona.

The rankings are based on the principal dollar amount of long-term municipal new bond issues sold in 2011. During this period, Squire Sanders served as bond counsel on 15 Arizona bond issues worth approximately US $1.5 billion.

Partners Charles James, Jr., Robert Olson and Timothy Pickrell lead the firm’s Phoenix-based public finance team.

“Squire Sanders is committed to the Arizona community and appreciates the opportunity to serve as bond counsel on major public projects and programs throughout the state,” James said. “Earning Thomson Reuters’ top ranking for the past 11 years demonstrates our public finance team’s focus on providing quality, strategic legal services.”

The firm’s public finance lawyers guide clients through financings for a range of public infrastructure projects including facilities for transportation, utilities, education, healthcare, sports and entertainment venues, and general state and local government uses.

Squire Sanders has lawyers in 36 offices and 17 countries around the world.

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