Tag Archives: March – April 2011

Brentwood Industries - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Industrial: Brentwood Industries


BRENTWOOD INDUSTRIES

Developer: LGE Design Build
Contractor: LGE Design Build
Architect: Cawley Architects
Size: 51,000 SF
Location: Litchfield Rd. and Peoria Ave., Surprise

The $2.8M project is an office/warehouse design build for Brentwood Industries, which designs and builds plastic products. Expected completion is 3Q 2011.

AZRE March/April 2011
Health Care Leadership Awards 2011

HCLA 2011 – Manager

Honoree: Martha Martinez, Manager of Interpreters Program, Maricopa Integrated Health System

Martha Martinez, Manager of Interpreters Program, Maricopa Integrated Health SystemMartha Martinez has accomplished many things since immigrating to the U.S. two decades ago from Mexico. Five years after moving to the U.S., Martinez began working the night shift as a housekeeper at Maricopa Medical Center. This way she could enroll in ESL (English as a second language) classes during the day. As her English steadily improved, doctors and nurses would ask Martinez to provide translations for Spanish-speaking patients. Martinez gladly volunteered her services. Later, when Maricopa developed a formal interpreters’ program, Martinez joined its pilot program. Now, Martinez is the language services supervisor and manager of the interpreters program for Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS).

Martinez manages a staff of 22 interpreters who are fluent in six languages, including Spanish, Somali, Burmese and Swahili. She also is often asked to translate complex medical papers for the center. Her work encourages safety and confidence toward the hospital, while also improving communication between caregivers and patients. In fact, in 1997 Martinez earned her certification in pre-natal education when she discovered there was a critical lack of such knowledge available to Spanish-speaking mothers.

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Nathan Lewis, Pre-Hospital Coordinator, Banner Del E. Webb Medical CenterFinalist: Nathan Lewis, Pre-Hospital Coordinator, Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center

As pre-hospital coordinator for Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center, Nathan Lewis is constantly working to improve the hospital’s relationships with emergency responders and the quality of care the emergency department and the responders provide.
Lewis is responsible for interacting with crews, fielding a scope of practice questions and following up with patient outcomes under the Quality Assistance process. Along with his other duties, Lewis pioneered Project Lifenet, a partnership with the Surprise Fire Department, to create a 12-lead digital field EKG. With Lifenet, diagnostic quality digital EKGs can be transmitted from the field to computers and smart phones.

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Jean Revard, Director of Food/Environmental Services, Paradise Valley HospitalFinalist: Jean Revard, Director of Food/Environmental Services, Paradise Valley Hospital

A 25-year veteran of the health care food management industry, Jean Revard currently works as director of food and environmental services at Paradise Valley Hospital. She manages a staff of 37 people and oversees many diverse aspects of the hospital’s operations, from food preparation for patients to checking that all patient rooms and hospital areas are adequately maintained.

As co-chair of Paradise Valley Hospital’s Good to Great program, Revard facilitates a team of hospital leaders who identify different problems within the hospital, brainstorm creative solutions and then work on turning those plans into a reality. Her work has garnered Revard the respect of her colleagues.

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Palavela Home - Scottsdale Living March/April 2011

Former Olympic Skater Finds Success With Palavela Home

Palavela Home, an interior design business run by the mother-and-son team of Ryan and Sue O’Meara, has become a “must-see” along the art walk in Old Town Scottsdale.

A former Olympian, Ryan O’Meara had always wanted to pursue a career in interior design, but succeeding in ice dancing came first.

He describes competing in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, as a “whirlwind” and an “overwhelming experience.” O’Meara and his partner, Jamie Silverstein, placed 16th at the Games.

“If there weren’t pictures, I don’t think I’d remember it because it went by so quickly,” he jokes.

O’Meara’s Olympic experience has deeply influenced his interior design business. In fact, the name of the firm — Palavela — is also the name of the venue where he competed in Torino.

And this past winter, Palavela Home built its own ice rink, called Winter Enchantment, in its front patio. During the month of December, 15 percent of the skate rental profits and 15 percent of the store profits were split between four charities: Homeward Bound, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS, Ryan House and the ALS Association Arizona Chapter.

O’Meara, who is the principal designer at Palavela, says business is booming now, but that wasn’t always the case.

“My mom and I started a business at the worst possible time,” he says. “Beginning in the recession was tough, but we’ve been going strong for five years now.”

O’Meara believes Palavela Home’s success is the result of the great team he and his mother make.

“She handles the majority of the office and showroom work and I handle our clientele and going out to work on jobs,” O’Meara says. “We really balance each other out.”

The arrangement is good for O’Meara, because his favorite part of the business is working with the customer.

Palavela Home also sells furniture, lighting, accessories, gifts and fabrics. If by chance Palavela doesn’t have exactly what a customer wants, special orders are available from more than 300 sources.

For more information about Palavela Home, visit www.palavelahome.com.

 

Newsmakers, AZRE Magazine March/April 20111

Newsmakers: AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Newsmakers: March/April 2011

Rommie Mojahedand Mary Ridberg were appointed directors of leasing for the Phoenix office of Sperry Van Ness. Mojahed and Ridberg will be responsible for recruiting, business development and growth of the leasing team.

Brian Smuckler and Jeff Seaman joined CB Richard Ellis’ Multi-Housing Private Client Group in Phoenix. Smuckler, senior vice president, and Seaman, senior associate, will form a new team working with private-capital multi-family investors. Smuckler, who leads the team, comes to CBRE from Marcus & Millichap, where he was a director of the National Multi-Housing Group. Seaman also joins CBRE from Marcus & Millichap, where he was a senior associate. CBRE also hired Timothy Keating as senior office operations manager.

The Plaza Companies announced it is opening a new Tucson office and hired a leasing professional. Plaza Companies currently provides property management and leasing services to three medical office properties in the Tucson area: Academy Medical, Desert Medical Center, and LaCholla Medical Center. Plaza Companies has hired Lauri Abbinante, a Tucson resident who has worked in the Tucson brokerage community for more than nine years, as senior portfolio manager and leasing specialist.

Commercial Properties Inc. (CPI) has added 11 new agents over the past few months at its Tempe and Scottsdale locations. They are: John Soldo, Trent Rustan, Josh Gosnell and Brandon Koplin, Tempe; and Nicholas Miner, David Verwer, Homer Savard, Donn Kinzle, Sam Walker, Phill Tomlinson and Bob Deininger, Scottsdale

Quarles & Brady announced that Brian Booker, a partner in the firm’s Phoenix office, has been appointed to the board of directors of The Wellness Community. Booker’s practice focuses on commercial litigation with emphasis in commercial and professional liability, real estate, securities fraud and products liability.

Grubb & Ellis announced that Robert Stephens has joined the company as vice president, Industrial Group. Specializing in the representation of industrial tenants and landlords, Stephens joins Grubb & Ellis from Cushman & Wakefield, where he spent 15 years as a senior director. Grubb & Ellis also announced that Andrew Banister and Alan Gillespie joined the company’s Investment Services group as senior vice president and vice president, respectively. They will specialize in the sale of office and industrial properties.

DLR Group recognized seven individuals at its regional annual meeting. They were rewarded for their commitment to the firm and willingness to accept and excel in leadership roles. David Boehm was appointed as senior principal; Scott Shively was promoted to principal; Elizabeth Rendon and Eric Loos were promoted to senior associates; and Karen Heck, Rickey Austin, Andrew Dunlap and Jason Hocking were promoted to associates.

CB Richard Ellis promoted Gavin McPhie to managing director of its Valuation & Advisory Services (VAS) Group in Phoenix. McPhie, who has nearly 10 years of real estate appraisal and consulting experience, joined CBRE in 2005. CBRE also hired Timothy Keating as senior office operations manager.

NAI Horizon added Rick Foss to its Industrial Properties Group. He has spent the past 10 years representing a wide range of industries in the acquisition of their real estate facilities. Prior to joining NAI, Foss worked at Insignia ESG, Grubb & Ellis and Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial in Phoenix.

Grubb & Ellis announced that Jeffrey Chalfin has joined the company as vice president, Investment Services. Chalfin specializes in the sale of multi-tenant retail assets and joins Grubb & Ellis from Sperry Van Ness, where he began his career in 1998.

Mortenson Construction promoted Paul Kitching to director of operations. Kitching has been with Mortenson since 1997 through the joint venture project, Minnesota Correctional Facility in Rush City, Minn. He became an official Mortenson team member in the Minneapolis office in 2000, with a focus in sports and healthcare

Gilbane Building Company named D. Thomas Goderre district operations manager in its Phoenix office. Goderre will manage all of Gilbane’s business and construction operations throughout the district.

Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial announced that Scott Boardman has joined the company’s Office Services Group as a senior associate. Boardman will be partnering with senior VPs Trevor Klinkhamer and Jeff Hartland to form a new Office Services Group team.

Cushman & Wakefield promoted Will Strong to the senior associate post within the Bo Mills and Mark Detmer Industrial Specialty Group. Strong specializes in representing and consulting corporate tenants, institutional landlords and developers in the acquisition, development and disposition of industrial real estate.

Sundt Construction promoted three employees: Thomas Mertz to senior vice president and manager of Sundt’s federal division (formerly vice president of business development); Herbert Chong to vice president of business development (formerly project director); and Gregory Ayres to area manager (formerly senior project manager).

Vince Lujan accepted the position of president and CEO of Salt River Devco, the asset management and commercial development company for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Lujan, a Pueblo Indian from New Mexico, served as interim president and CEO of Devco since March 2010. Jeff Roberts was appointed asset manager and will oversee management of six commercial office buildings totaling 370,000 SF in Chaparral Business Park.

Jones Lang LaSalle vice president Jason Moore moved from the agency to the tenant representation team in the company’s Phoenix office. Moore will specialize exclusively on tenant representation and consultation for corporate clients in Phoenix.

AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Health Care Leadership Awards 2011

HCLA 2011 – Hospital & Medical Center

Merit Award: St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Merit Award for Hospital & Medical CenterSt. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center first opened its doors in March 1895, and more than a century later it is a leader in Arizona health care. St. Joseph’s has come a long way since the Sisters of Mercy opened it as a six-bedroom cottage in Downtown Phoenix, originally founded to help tuberculosis sufferers who came to Phoenix to improve their health.

The hospital went through numerous expansions and fundraising efforts before opening in 1953 at its current location on Fifth Avenue and Thomas Road as a 325-bed hospital. Since then, St. Joseph’s has almost doubled in size and the campus now encompasses 55 acres. In 2010, the hospital had nearly 40,000 inpatient admissions and more than 435,000 outpatient visits.
Along with providing excellent health care, St. Joseph’s is one of the state’s largest teaching hospitals, having trained more neurosurgeons than any other hospital in the world. St. Joseph’s is the new regional campus of Creighton University Medical School.

This not-for-profit hospital also houses the internationally renowned Barrow Neurological Institute, the Heart & Lung Institute, St. Joseph’s Children’s Health Center, a Level I Trauma Center verified by the American College of Surgeons, the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, and much more. The only transplantation programs in the Valley, the Heart & Lung Institute at St. Joseph’s has conducted approximately 70 lung transplants and five pediatric heart transplants.

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Winners & Finalists for RED Awards 2010

2010 RED Awards Winners & Honorees

2010 RED Awards Winners & Honorees

The RED Awards, Real Estate and Development Awards, are Arizona’s most comprehensive annual real estate awards. The biggest, best and most notable commercial real estate projects and transactions for the previous year are honored each year by the RED Awards. Awards are given to developer, general contractor, architect and broker/teams. All award winners and honorable mentions are featured within a special awards section of AZRE Magazine as well as honored at an annual awards ceremony.



Congratulations to all the 2010 RED Awards Winners

Best Hospitality Project

Winner:

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

Honorable Mention:

aloft Hotel

Best Industrial Project:

Winner:

Rockefeller Group Distribution Center

Honorable Mention:

Spectrum Ridge, Phase I

Best Medical Project:

Winner:

Banner Ironwood Medical Center

Honorable Mention:

Banner Thunderbird Medical Center Tower

Most Challenging Project:

Winner:

Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites

Honorable Mention:

3900 Camelback Center

Best Office Project:

Winner:

One Central Park East

Honorable Mention:

Orbital Sciences Corp.

Best Multi-Family Project:

Winner:

Grigio Metro

Honorable Mention:

Ninety Degrees Paradise Ridge

Brokerage Team: Leasing

Winner:

Tom Adelson, Kevin Calihan, Jim Fijan & Jerry Roberts

CB Richard Ellis

Brokerage Team: Sales

Winner:

Cushman & Wakefield

General Contractor of the Year:

Winner:

McCarthy Building Companies

Best Retail Project:

Winner:

Scottsdale Quarter

Honorable Mention:

Aspen Place at the Saw Mill

Most Sustainable Project:

Winner:

Appaloosa Branch Library

Honorable Mention:

Flagstaff Courtyard by Marriott

Best Redevelopment Project:

Winner:

300 M, Studio Darek

Honorable Mention:

Phoenix Country Club Modernization

Best Public Project:

Winner:

Surprise City Hall

Honorable Mention:

Camelback Ranch Spring Training Facility

Best Education Project:

Winner:

ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation

Honorable Mention:

Ironwood Hall

Best Tenant Improvement Project:

Winner:

Barneys New York Interior Build-Out

Honorable Mention:

Arcadia Gateway Reimaging

Developer of the Year:

Winner:

Ryan Companies US Inc.

Architect of the Year:

Winner:

SmithGroup

 

For information on sponsorship opportunities, corporate tables or attendance, please email events@azbigmedia.com or call (602) 277-6045.

2010 RED Awards Winners & Honorees

Health Care Leadership Awards 2011

HCLA 2011 – Behavioral Health Care Award

Richard Clarke, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Magellan Health Services of ArizonaRichard Clarke, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, Magellan Health Services of Arizona

As CEO of Magellan Health Services of Arizona, Richard Clarke leads his team of 300 in implementing the Regional Behavioral Health Authority contract for Central Arizona. In so doing, Clarke is in charge of the strategic transformation of the system, quality outcomes for recipients, compliance, financial performance and Magellan’s relationships with the Arizona Department of Health Services, the Legislature and the community. His mission is to make Magellan a vehicle of change for the more than 80,000 care recipients who face life challenges due to mental illness and substance abuse, and are struggling to lead more productive lives in recovery.

Clarke chose to join the Magellan team as CEO in 2008. He launched a new system of open communication by instituting a volunteer governance board of recipients and community leaders that ensures transparency and focus in his company. He also led the expansion of the Crisis Intervention Team Training of 175 law enforcement officials, which has reduced intake time at the Urgent Psychiatric Center from two hours to 10 minutes.

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heatlhcare leadership awards- AZ Business Magazine

2011 HCLA – Community Outreach

Honoree: Molly Stockley, Director of Marketing, Cancer Treatment Centers of AmericaMolly Stockley - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

After working in broadcast journalism and media for 18 years, Molly Stockley decided to change careers and accepted the position of director of marketing at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Stockley’s motivation to enter the health care industry was sparked after a close friend passed away from an aggressive form of cancer. This friend had struggled through the treatment process, and Stockley believed switching careers would be an opportunity to make a difference and honor the memory of her dear friend.

Since her career change, Stockley has made a large impact in raising cancer awareness. In October 2008, she co-founded the Kristi Cares Melanoma Foundation, a nonprofit organization that seeks to educate Arizonans about the dangers of skin cancer. As a member of Leadership West’s Class XVI, Stockley worked with her team to develop the Learn Don’t Burn project, which outfits facilities with sunscreen dispensers and information about sun safety. The project has since taken off and has been introduced in 20 Valley locations. Leadership West President Landis Elliot called the project “the most impactful Leadership West project in history.” Stockley went on to win Leadership West’s 2010 Project of the Year.

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Finalist: MIHS Center Against Family Violence, Maricopa Integrated Health System

Center For Healthcare Against Family Violence - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011Since 2001, the Maricopa Integrated Health System’s Center Against Family Violence has provided the only hospital-based domestic violence program in Arizona. It also is among the few in the country to offer orders of protection on-site to qualifying patients. The center’s mission is to provide an outlet for victims of domestic violence and to potentially stop the cycle of abuse they face.

The center provides safety planning to its patients, helps to make arrangements for secure shelter, invites patients to attend a weekly support group and offers safety education. In addition, the center also makes a difference indirectly by offering training to medical students and residents.

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Finalist: Jean Revard, Director, Food/Environmental Services, Paradise Valley Hospital

Jean Revard - AZ Business Magazin Mar/Apr 2011

Jean Revard has an insatiable appetite for service. As director of food and environmental services at Paradise Valley Hospital, Revard is responsible for overseeing a staff of 37 in the various operations of food preparation at the hospital and managing the team that maintains all patient rooms and hospital areas.

With 25 years of experience, Revard has eclipsed the requirements of her position by engaging in multiple programs at the hospital. Working with the hospital’s Health for Life Initiative, Revard teamed up with cardiac rehab personnel, nurses, dietitians, and the hospital’s chef and kitchen manager to arrange a number of cooking demonstrations for people with diabetes and heart-related medical conditions.

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health care leadership awards - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

HCLA 2011- Institutional Or Education Program

Honoree: Home-Based Care Program, Cigna Medical Group

IHome-based Care Program, CIGNA Medical Group, 2011 Health Care Leadership Awardsn response to investigations concerning why some patients under a Medicare Advantage plan weren’t returning to their doctors, Cigna Medical Group established the Home-Based Care Program in 2004.

The program was created to assist these home-bound patients and to treat those who had recently experienced a severe health event and were about to face gaps in care.

The program has a team of physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, practical nurses and social workers who visit patients in their homes to provide medical care. They monitor vital signs, provide treatment, review prescriptions, help patients take medications correctly, evaluate nutritional needs and coordinate with others to arrange community services.These interactions are recorded in an electronic health record and are shared with the patient’s primary care physician.

Patients in the program are maintaining, and in some cases improving, their health. There has been a 30 percent decrease in acute hospital admissions since the program began, due in large part to an improved ability to prevent life-threatening or severe changes in home-bound patients’ conditions.

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Mark Smith, System Director of Simulation/Innovation, Banner HealthFinalist: Mark Smith, M.D., System Director of Simulation/Innovation, Banner Health

In 2005, Dr. Mark Smith conceptualized and developed the first of Banner Health’s simulation centers at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center. He currently serves as the system director of simulation and innovation for Banner.

Banner Health, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health systems, hopes to reduce medical errors and improve patient care by using high-tech mannequins that help simulate a variety of medical conditions and emergencies in its educational training centers. In 2009, Banner opened a second medical simulation training center in Mesa with more than 70 mannequins and a full-size emergency department, intensive care unit, pediatric/neonatal ICU and operating room.

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Finalist: Water Watchers Program, Phoenix Children’s Hospital

Water Watchers Program, Phoenix Children's HospitalArizona has the country’s second-highest number of child drownings. This devastating statistic is why the Injury Prevention Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital created the Water Watchers program.
Water Watchers raises awareness about water safety, provides information about child drowning risks and teaches drowning prevention through a variety of outreach events throughout the year.

Water Watchers was co-founded by Druann Letter and Carol Achs, the mother and grandmother of Weston Letter, who drowned in 1998 at the age of three. The program has been recognized by the National Drowning Prevention Alliance, as well as the National Water Safety Congress.

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AB's Top Lawyer's List, AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

AB’s Top Lawyers List – Immigration And Information Technology Law

AB’s Top Lawyers List was compiled via a survey sent out to law firms throughout the Valley with strong practice areas affecting the business community. The firms were asked to pick their top attorneys in each category as determined by AB. All firms that responded to the survey are represented in this online directory.



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Categories

Alternative Dispute Resolution Intellectual Property
Banking International Trade and Finance Law
Bankruptcy Labor and Employment
Commercial Litigation Mediation
Construction Product Liability
Corporate Public Finance
Employee Benefits Real Estate
Environmental Tax
Franchise Trusts and Estates
Health Care White-Collar Criminal Defense
Immigration Workers’ Compensation
Information Technology

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IMMIGRATION

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Buchalter Nemer

Addie H. Hogan
Of Counsel
480-383-1800

Fennemore Craig

Nancy-Jo Merritt
Shareholder
602-916-5411

Quarles & Brady

Lisa Duran
Partner
602-229-5225

Rose Law Group

Brian Bergin
Partner
480-240-5634

Snell & Wilmer

Rebecca A. Winterscheidt
Partner
602-382-6343

Udall, Shumway & Lyons

Matthew L. White
Associate
480-461-5304


























































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Ballard Spahr

Brian W. LaCorte
Partner
602-798-5449

Donna H. Catalfio
Partner
602-798-5453

John M. Vassiliades
Of Counsel
602-798-5445

Andrea L. Stone
Associate
602-798-5430

Davis Miles

Charles E. Davis
Partner
480-344-4570

Timothy D. Ronan
Partner
480-344-4068

DLA Piper

Mark A. Nadeau
Co-Managing Partner, Phoenix Office
480-606-5110

Gregory R. Hall
Partner
480-606-5128

Fennemore Craig

Ray K. Harris
Shareholder
602-916-5414

Gammage & Burnham

Michael R. King
Partner
602-256-0566

Richard K. Mahrle
Partner
602-256-0566

James A. Craft
Partner
602-256-0566

George U. Winney
Partner
602-256-0566

Christopher A. Womack
Partner
602-256-0566

Jaburg|Wilk

Maria Crimi Speth
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Lewis and Roca

Sean Garrison
Partner
602-239-7434

Jennifer Van Kirk
Partner
602-262-0203

George Paul
Partner
602-262-5326

Tom Gilson
Partner
602-262-5704

Osborn Maledon

Jonathan Ariano
Member
602-640-9311

Perkins Coie

C. Mark Kittredge
Partner
602-351-8130

Quarles & Brady

Deanna Conn
Partner
520-770-8715

Jessica Franken
Partner
602-230-5520

Karen Dickinson
Partner
602-230-5511

Heather Buchta
Partner
602-229-5228

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

Fred Bellamy
Shareholder
602-440-4835

Snell & Wilmer

R. Lee Fraley
Partner
602-382-6250

Andrew F. Halaby
Partner
602-382-6277

Steptoe & Johnson

David J. Bodney
Partner
602-257-5212

Peter S. Kozinets
Of Counsel
602-257-5250

The Noblitt Group

Daniel J. Noblitt
Managing Attorney
480-994-9888

Tiffany & Bosco

Shahpar Shahpar
Shareholder
602-255-6020

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HCLA 2011 – Physician

John Post, medical director, mcdowell healthcare, Maricopa Integrated Health SystemHonoree: John Post, M.D., Medical Director, McDowell Healthcare, Maricopa Integrated Health System

Nicknamed “Papa Post” by some of his patients, Dr. John Post has built a reputation over the past 30 years as a compassionate physician with genuine concern for his patients. As medical director for the McDowell Healthcare Center at Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), Post oversees a staff of more than 30 people, including three MDs, three nurse practitioners, two psychiatrists, three registered nurses, medical assistants and administrative support staff. In his research, Post has conducted expansive clinical trials, as well as contributed medical articles and abstracts.

However, the majority of his medical career has been dedicated to providing care for those who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. He has focused on the disease since it first spread to epidemic proportions and there was little hope for survival for those infected with the virus. He is known for the compassionate care he provides to the Valley’s HIV/AIDS population. Post also provides pediatric consults to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

He earned his medical degree from the Wisconsin School of Medicine and completed his residency in internal medicine at MIHS. He has been employed at MIHS since the completion of his residency.

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Bentley Bobrow, Emergency Physician/Researcher, Maricopa Integrated Health System Finalist: Bentley Bobrow, M.D., Emergency Physician/Researcher, Maricopa Integrated Health System

Dr. Bentley Bobrow works as an emergency medicine physician at Maricopa Medical Center, is the director of the Medical Center’s Resuscitation Science Center, and serves as an attending physician who mentors ED residents. He also treats patients every day.

Throughout his career, Bobrow has devoted much of his time and energy to reducing the number of deaths due to cardiac arrest in Arizona. He has been a catalyst for exploring cutting-edge tools for fighting heart disease. As a result of these advances in technology and resources, Arizona has seen its death rate due to cardiac arrest plunge in the last six years and the survival rate for out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest in Arizona has tripled.

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Finalist: Andrew Garff, M.D., Medical Director, Emergency Department, Paradise Valley Hospital

Although he was only appointed medical director of Paradise Valley Hospital’s emergency department in April 2010, Dr. Andrew Garff has made huge strides in improving the hospital’s processes and flow of patient care.

Andrew Garff, M.D., Medical Director, Emergency Department, Paradise Valley Hospital

Garff’s guidance has contributed to significant and consistent increases in patient satisfaction and quality outcomes. Patient wait times have decreased by approximately one hour.

Garff also provides tenderhearted care to his patients and a quality level of professionalism, humility and warmth in all patient encounters. When given the duty of delivering unhappy news, Garff can be found sitting at the bedside with the family, compassionately holding a hand to offer support.

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Discovery Triangle - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Discover The Discovery Triangle

In the current economic environment, even small strategic advantages can have significant rewards. For an initiative such as the Discovery Triangle,which leverages the resources and potential of the geographic center of our region, expect those advantages and rewards to be considerable and vital to the Valley’s future economy.

The Discovery Triangle will enable the area to compete in the global marketplace by more effectively packaging assets, highlighting opportunities and creating an environment that will attract investment to the area. Spanning 25 square miles, 16,000 acres and two municipalities, this urban planning approach creates new opportunities for citizens, business owners and other stakeholders in the region to participate in shaping the characteristics of their community.

The Triangle is anchored by Downtown Phoenix and the Biomedical District to the west; Tempe and the Arizona State University Tempe campus to the southeast; and Papago Park in the northeast corner. Organizations participating in the public-private initiative include the City of Phoenix, City of Tempe, APS, SRP, Schaller Anderson, ASU, the University of Arizona, Gateway Community College, Cox Communications, Apollo Group, Support Sky Harbor Coalition, Sundt and CB Richard Ellis.

BEGINNINGS

Twenty-five years ago, there was no Loop 101 or 202, Chase Field, Tempe Center for the Arts, a state-of-the-art Phoenix Convention Center or TGen. These landmark initiatives required public and private sector leadership, regional collaboration and determination — the same characteristics driving the Discovery Triangle today.

The Triangle started as Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon’s proposed Opportunity Corridor four years ago. With the support of Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman, it has expanded in scope and participation.

“I applaud the regional cooperation that is taking place and am encouraged by the thoughtful approach of our leaders in setting forth a promising vision for our future,” says Martin Shultz, chairman for the initiative and vice president of Government Affairs for Pinnacle West Capital Corporation.

OPPORTUNITIES

Within the Discovery Triangle are 3,296 properties. Of those, more than 330 are vacant parcels and 510 are classified as properties with potential.

These properties are located within a thriving community, rich in the arts, culture, recreation and employment. One of first initiatives of the Discovery Triangle Development Corporation was to develop an asset inventory of the area. This CBRE-developed database, which can be viewed on Google Earth, documents information on the Triangle’s commercially zoned properties, transportation corridors, recreational and cultural amenities, schools and educational institutions. This database is an important new tool that will be used by the economic development teams from the cities, GPEC, chambers and state to attract industries.

Additionally, the asset inventory served as a demographic analysis of the region. Who lives in the area? Do we have the lifestyle, cultural and educational opportunities that can attract and retain technology-oriented companies and their employees? Do we have the raw space and type of facilities required by these companies? What educational facilities are located in the region?

Following are a few key discoveries:

The region has a young and diverse population.

There are 20 venues for the performing arts, 21 museums, 25 parks and more than 50 miles of bike paths.

More than 7,000 businesses are located in the region, with more than 150,000 employees.

Eighty-one businesses are bio-tech or solar power-related companies.

The employment density in the region is high relative to the entire Valley.

The 10th busiest airport in the U.S. is located at the center of the Triangle.

Half of the current 20-mile Valley Metro Light Rail system runs directly through the Triangle.

EXPERT GROUPS

The Discovery Triangle has undertaken a visioning process with 10 expert groups in areas ranging from sustainability and education to entrepreneurship and transportation. More than 120 experts — all public and private sector volunteers — are creating a 20- to 30-year vision for the region. An initiative of this magnitude, incorporating many of Arizona’s best minds, would be cost prohibitive for any single municipality.

“In the short term, the Discovery Triangle will have a streamlined and expedited development approval process spanning several jurisdictional boundaries,” says Darin Sender of Sender Associates, who also is chair of the Development and Planning expert group.

This expert group is developing plans to establish Discovery Triangle-specific zoning codes to encourage creativity and drive reinvestment, create a quasi-public entity to support city planning efforts, and prepare suitability studies and plans for land use, infrastructure and transportation.

“The Discovery Triangle will be transformed from a place that people drive through to a place where people want to live,” says Paul Johnson, former mayor of Phoenix and chair of the Neighborhood Revitalization expert group.

The group’s recommendations include the creation of a market-driven housing plan based on surveys of stakeholders to determine what would encourage them to move into the area, and assistance to Phoenix and Tempe in the creation of flexible processes for urban development that allow for constant market fluctuations.

Tools recommended by the Public Policy expert group include the use of the new Revitalization District to support development of key infrastructure in the Triangle, the creation of tools to establish and support dedicated funding sources for the Discovery Triangle infrastructure improvements, and the cataloguing and packaging of existing development tools to make them accessible to businesses of all sizes.

AREAS OF FOCUS

Initial areas of focus have been initiated and include:

Serving as the catalyst for regional collaborations to stimulate high-value projects with Triangle partners.

Analyzing current Arizona public policy for urban redevelopment, researching the best practices of other urban areas nationally to ensure competitiveness with other regions, and working to advance a comprehensive urban public policy for the region.

Promoting and packaging the assets of the area, celebrating the history and diversity of the neighborhoods within the Triangle.

Engaging expert groups and their stakeholders to create short- and long-term plans and collaborate toward a shared long-term vision for the area. The areas of focus include: public policy, sustainability, job creation, entrepreneurship, education, neighborhood revitalization, transportation, health and nature, and planning and development.

LOOKING AHEAD

The Discovery Triangle is not a short-term project nor a stopgap measure designed to temporarily boost the Valley’s economy. It is a long-term vision designed to create a transformative urban model for redevelopment, foster regional planning and encourage partnerships that will grow. In time, the Triangle will become a hub for international, discovery-based companies, a showpiece for the region and an urban core connector.

Who’s Who Discovery Triangle Experts

Development and Planning Expert Group
Darin Sender, Sender Associates, Chair

Education Expert Group
Pearl Esau, Teach for America, Chair

Entrepreneurial Expert Group
Kimber Lanning, Local First Arizona, Chair

Health and Nature Expert Group
Darren Petrucci, ASU, Chair

Neighborhood Revitalization Expert Group
Paul Johnson, Old World Homes, Chair

Public Policy Expert Group
Grady Gammage, Gammage & Burnham, Chair

Sustainability Expert Group
Ed Fox, APS, Chair

Transportation Expert Group
Marc Soronson, HDR, Chair

Job Creation Expert Group
Barry Broome, GPEC, Chair

Social Sustainability Expert Group
Debra Freidman, ASU, Chair

AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

AB's Top Lawyer's List, AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

AB’s Top Lawyers List – Real Estate And Tax Law

AB’s Top Lawyers List was compiled via a survey sent out to law firms throughout the Valley with strong practice areas affecting the business community. The firms were asked to pick their top attorneys in each category as determined by AB. All firms that responded to the survey are represented in this online directory.



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Banking International Trade and Finance Law
Bankruptcy Labor and Employment
Commercial Litigation Mediation
Construction Product Liability
Corporate Public Finance
Employee Benefits Real Estate
Environmental Tax
Franchise Trusts and Estates
Health Care White-Collar Criminal Defense
Immigration Workers’ Compensation
Information Technology

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REAL ESTATE

TAX

Ballard Spahr

Stephen M. Savage
Managing Partner
602-798-5469

Jeffrey S. Pitcher
Partner
602-797-5462

M. Virgina “Ginger” Perry
Partner
602-798-5473

John D. DiTullio
Partner
602-798-5421

Buchalter Nemer

Paul M. Weiser
Shareholder
480-383-1800

William Gelm
Shareholder
480-383-1800

Donna Y. Ong
Shareholder
480-383-1800

Comitz | Beethe

Michael F. Beethe
Member
480-998-7800

Davis Miles
David L. Johnson
Attorney
480-344-4042

Charles E. Davis
Partner
480-344-4570

Gregory L. Miles
Partner
480-344-4575

Dioguardi Flynn

Mark Dioguardi
Partners
480-951-8800

John P. Flynn
Partners
480-951-8800

Peter J. Moolenaar
Partners
480-951-8800

Engelman Berger

William H. Anger
Partner
602-271-9090

Fennemore Craig

Benjamin W. Bauer
Shareholder
520-879-6809

George T. Cole
Shareholder
602-916-5308

Keith L. Hendricks
Shareholder
602-916-5430

Charles M. King
Shareholder
602-916-5382

Jay S. Kramer
Shareholder
602-916-5341

William L. Kurtz
Shareholder
602-916-5372

Don J. Miner
Shareholder
602-916-5373

Mark A. Nesvig
Shareholder
602-916-5472

Sharon J. Oscar
Shareholder
602-916-5473

Robert P. Robinson
Shareholder
602-916-5355

Heidi Kimzey Short
Shareholder
602-916-5494

Galbut & Galbut

Keith R. Galbut
President
602-955-1455

Olivier Beabeau
Member
602-955-1455

Gallagher & Kennedy

Alexander L. “Sandy” Broadfoot
Shareholder
602-530-8326

James B. Connor
Shareholder
602-530-8524

Gammage & Burnham

Thomas J. McDonald
Partner
602-256-0566

Jeffrey J. Miller
Partner
602-256-0566

Timothy J. Martens
Partner
602-256-0566

Randall S. Dalton
Partner
602-256-0566

George U. Winney III
Partner
602-256-0566

Michael R. King
Partner
602-256-0566

Patricia E. Nolan
Partner
602-256-0566

David L. Johnson
Partner
602-256-0566

Michael C. Gillette
Associate
602-256-0566

Greenberg Traurig

Rebecca Lynne Burnham
Shareholder
602-445-8000

David M. Paltzik
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Lesa J. Storey
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Gust Rosenfeld

Steven K. Rendell
Member
602-257-7421

Christopher M. McNichol
Member
602-257-7496

Timothy W. Barton
Member
602-257-7431

Jaburg|Wilk

Beth Cohn
Shareholder
602-248-1000

David Allen
Partner
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

Lee E. Esch
Partner
602-262-5803

Bruce B. May
Partner
602-262-5923

Wayne A. Smith
Partner
602-262-5953

David W. Elston
Partner
602-262-5825

Kutak Rock

Lynn T. Ziolko
Partner
480-429-5000

Brian J. Jordan
Partner
480-429-5000

Arik J. Michelson
Partner
480-429-5000

Mark E. Lasee
Partner
480-429-5000

Joy A. Sullivan
Partner
480-429-5000

Alison Gaffney
Partner
480-429-5000

Nicole E. Perrault
Partner
480-429-5000

Lewis and Roca

Ken Van Winkle
Managing Partner
602-262-5357

Lew Schorr
Partner
520-629-4417

Andy Schorr
Partner
520-629-4414

S.L. Schorr
Partner
520-629-4401

Amy Altshuler
Partner
602-262-0205

Randall Stokes
Partner
602-262-5316

Linda Mitchell
Partner
602-262-5323

Frank Bangs
Partner
520-629-4405

John Rawicz
Partner
602-262-5715

Anderson Carper
Partner
602-262-0227

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

James Patterson
Shareholder
602-285-5035

David Lansky
Shareholder
602-285-5000

Peter Winkler
Shareholder
602-285-5007

Donald Dykeman
Shareholder
602-285-5000

Spencer Cashdan
Shareholder
602-285-5041

Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Randy Nussbaum
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Gregory P. Gillis
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Dean M. Dinner
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Osborn Maledon

Jones Osborn
Managing Partner
602-640-9338

Perkins Coie

Ronald Lowe
Partner
602-351-8210

Kyle Hettinger
Partner
602-351-8040

Polsinelli Shughart

Robert O. Dyer (Rob)
Shareholder
602-650-2049

Scott K. Henderson
Shareholder
602-650-2029

Robert G. Anderson (Bob)
Shareholder
602-650-2040

Wayne B. Ducharme
Of Counsel
602-650-2068

Quarles & Brady

Diane Haller
Partner
602-229-5625

Jim Morrow
Partner
602-229-5644

Derek Sorenson
Partner
602-229-5320

Matthew Mehr
Partner
602-229-5288

Bob Bornhoft
Partner
602-230-5576

Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros

David E. McDowell
Shareholder
602-256-3052

Rose Law Group

Mike Smalley
Partner
480-505-3935

Carolyn Oberholtzer
Partner
480-505-3934

Court Rich
Partner
480-505-3937

Jordan Rose
Partner
480-505-3939

Ann-Marie Anderson
Associate
480-240-5643

Kelley Gorry
Associate
480-240-5636

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

Melissa Schmucker
Shareholder
602-440-4880

David Itzkowitz
Shareholder
602-440-4814

Sacks Tierney

Stephen Aron Benson
Shareholder
480-425-2607

Shannon M. Mason
Shareholder
480-425-2648

Steven M. Goldstein
Shareholder
480-425-2613

Sanders & Parks

Gregory G. Eagleburger
Shareholder
602-532-5692

Sherman & Howard

Maureen Anders
Member
602-240-3029

Azim Q Hameed
Member
602-240-3027

Peter N. Spiller
Member
602-240-3020

Snell & Wilmer

Joyce K. Wright
Partner
602-382-6249

Jody K. Pokorski
Partner
602-382-6399

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey

K. David Lindner
Partner
602-528-4050

Norman C. Storey
Partner
602-528.4020

David W. Kreutzberg
Partner
602-528-4062

Justin Steltenpohl
Partner
602-528-4192

Brian M. McQuaid
Partner
602-528-4175

Eliot L. Kaplan
Partner
602-528-4036

Stinson Morrison Hecker

Jeffrey A. Ekbom
Partner
602-212-8524

Lawrence C. Petrowski
Partner
602-212-8512

Tiffany & Bosco

Michael E. Tiffany
Shareholder
602-255-6001

J. Lawrence McCormley
Shareholder
602-255-6005

Robert V. Kerrick
Shareholder
602-255-6079

Buchalter Nemer

Steven M. Fox
Shareholder
480-383-1800

Davis Miles

Kevin G. Wick
Attorney
480-344-4571

Charles E. Davis
Partner
480-344-4570

Fennemore Craig

John F. Daniels III
Shareholder
602-916-5431

Anthony V. Ehmann
Shareholder
602-916-5416

Stephen A. Good
Shareholder
602-916-5395

David L. Haga
Of Counsel
602-916-5484

Gregg Hanks
Shareholder
602-916-5309

Neil H. Hiller
Shareholder
602-916-5388

Neal Kurn
Shareholder
602-916-5485

Kendis K. Muscheid
Shareholder
602-916-5354

J. Barry Shelley
Shareholder
602-916-5390

Gallagher & Kennedy

Timothy D. Brown
Shareholder
602-530-8530

James G. Busby Jr.
Shareholder
602 530-8277

Gammage & Burnham

James F. Polese
Partner
602-256-0566

Greenberg Traurig

Harry J. Friedman
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Jaburg|Wilk

Beth Cohn
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

Jack N. Rudel
Partner
602-262-5951

Stephen E. Lee
Partner
602-262-5824

Richard C. Smith
Partner
602-262-5972

John R. Christian
Partner
602-262-5805

William A. Clarke
Partner
602-262-5886

Lewis and Roca

Glenn Forucci
Partner
602-262-5308

Doug Metcalf
Partner
520-629-4404

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

Les Raatz
Shareholder
602-285-5022

Morris, Hall & Kinghorn

Durrell W. Nielsen
Partner
602-249-1328

Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Shawn M. Richter
Associate
480-609-0011

Quarles & Brady

Jeff Fugal
Partner
602-229-5257

Mark Vilaboy
Partner
602-229-5508

Rose Law Group

Mike Smalley
Partner
480-505-3935

Ann-Marie Anderson
Associate
480-240-5643

Kelley Gorry
Associate
480-240-5636

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

Jim Brophy
Shareholder
602-440-4807

Sacks Tierney

John K. Hanson
Shareholder
480-425-2626

Sanders & Parks

Jay C. Jacobson
Senior Shareholder
602-532-5660

Snell & Wilmer

Bahar A. Schippel
Partner
602-382-6257

William A. Kastin
Partner
602-382-6554

Craig R. McPike
Partner
602-382-6538

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey

Eliot L. Kaplan
Partner
602-528-4036

Steptoe & Johnson

Pat Derdenger
Partner
602-257-5209

Dawn R. Gabel
Partner
602-257-5231

Tiffany & Bosco

William H. Finnegan
Shareholder
602-255-6009

David L. Case
Shareholder
602-255-6097

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AB's Top Lawyer's List, AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

AB’s Top Lawyers List – Bankruptcy And Commercial Litigation

AB’s Top Lawyers List was compiled via a survey sent out to law firms throughout the Valley with strong practice areas affecting the business community. The firms were asked to pick their top attorneys in each category as determined by AB. All firms that responded to the survey are represented in this online directory.



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Alternative Dispute Resolution Health Care
Banking Immigration
Bankruptcy Information Technology
Commercial Litigation Intellectual Property
Construction International Trade and Finance Law
Corporate Labor and Employment
Employee Benefits Mediation
Environmental Real Estate
Franchise Tax

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BANKRUPTCY

COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

Ballard Spahr

Ethan B. Minkin
Partner
602-798-5451

Jaclyn D. Foutz
Associate
602-798-5478

Bryan Cave

Robert Miller
Partner
602-364-7043

Ed Zachary
Of Counsel
602-364-7475

Buchalter Nemer

Alan M. Levinsky
Shareholder
480-383-1800

Davis Miles

Carlene Simmons
Attorney
480-344-4994

DLA Piper

Mark A. Nadeau
Partner
480-606-5110

Engelman Berger

David Wm. Engelman
Partner
602-271-9090

Steven N. Berger
Partner
602-271-9090

Scott B. Cohen
Partner
602-271-9090

Fennemore Craig

Gerald L. Shelley
Shareholder
602-916-5439

Cathy L. Reece
Shareholder
602-916-5343

Gallagher & Kennedy

John R. Clemency
Shareholder
602-530-8040

Joseph E. Cotterman
Shareholder
602 530-8346

Gammage & Burnham

Michael R. King
Partner
602-256-0566

Kevin J. Blakley
Partner
602-256-0566

Timothy J. Martens
Partner
602-256-0566

Greg J. Gnepper
Associate
602-256-0566

Greenberg Traurig

David D. Cleary
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Gust Rosenfeld

Sean P. O’Brien
Member
602-257-7460

Madeleine C. Wanslee
Member
602-257-7430

Gerard R. O’Meara
Member
520-388-4787

Jaburg|Wilk

Lawrence Wilk
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Ron Horwitz
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Janessa Koenig
Partner
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

Carolyn J. Johnsen
Partner
602-262-5906

Brian N. Spector
Partner
602-262-5977

Bradley J. Stevens
Partner
602-262-5955

Gary G. Keltner
Partner
602-262-5838

Todd B. Tuggle
Partner
602-262-5834

Kutak Rock

Joseph Wm. Kruchek
Partner
480-429-5000

Lewis and Roca

Susan Freeman
Partner
602-262-5756

Rob Charles
Partner
520-629-4427

Brent Gardner
Partner
602-262-5739

Henk Taylor
Partner
602-262-0254

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

William Novotny
Shareholder
602-285-5006

Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Randy Nussbaum
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Dean M. Dinner
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Peter M. Gennrich
Partner
480-609-0011

John E. Parzych
Associate
480-609-0011

Beth J. Shapiro
Associate
480-609-0011

Vishnu R. Jonnalagadda
Associate
480-609-0011

Alissa Brice
Associate
480-609-0011

Osborn Maledon

Jim Cross
Member
602-640-9307

Perkins Coie

Richard Lorenzen
Partner
602-351-8405

Polsinelli Shughart

John J. Hebert (Jack)
Shareholder
602-650-2011

Mark S. Roth
Shareholder
602-650-2012

Philip R. Rudd (Phil)
Of Counsel
602-650-2088

Quarles & Brady

Susan Boswell
Partner
520-770-8713

John Harris
Partner
602-229-5406

Brian Sirower
Partner
602-229-5416

Mary Ann Welsh
Partner
602-229-5282

Scott Klundt
Partner
602-229-5212

Robert Harris
Partner
602-229-5411

Ryan Rapp & Underwood

Franklin D. “Troy” Dodge
Partner
602-280-1000

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

John Fries
Shareholder
602-440-4819

Scott Jenkins
Shareholder
602-440-4890

Christian Beams
Shareholder
602-440-4818

Sacks Tierney

Aaron G. York
Shareholder
480-425-2676

Sherman & Howard

Bryan A. Albue
Member
602-240-3016

Thomas G. Axelsen
Member
602-240-3008

Dewain D. Fox
Member
602-240-3052

Snell & Wilmer

Donald L. Gaffney
Partner
602-382-6254

Christopher H. Bayley
Partner
602-382-6214

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey

Craig D. Hansen
Partner
602-528-4085

Thomas J. Salerno
Partner
602-528-4043

Jordan A. Kroop
Partner
602-528-4024

Sean T. Cork
Partner
602-528-4035

Stinson Morrison Hecker

C. Taylor Ashworth
Partner
602-212-8626

Alisa C. Lacey
Partner
602-212-8628

Alan A. Meda
Partner
602-212-8619

Christopher Simpson
Partner
602-212-8623

Tiffany & Bosco

Mark S. Bosco
Shareholder
602-255-6006

Michael A. Bosco
Shareholder
602-255-6002

Christopher R. Kaup
Shareholder
602-255-6024

J. Lawrence McCormley
Shareholder
602-255-6005



































































































































































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Ballard Spahr

John G. Kerkorian
Partner
602-798-5408

Brian Schulman
Partner
602-798-5407

Craig C. Hoffman
Associate
602-798-5437

Sara V. Ransom
Associate
602-798-5461

Bryan Cave

Steven Hirsch
Partner
602-364-7319

Lawrence Scarborough
Partner
602-364-7137

Robert Shely
Partner
602-364-7315

Buchalter Nemer

Roger W. Hall
Of Counsel
480-383-1800

Donald Dybus
Of Counsel
480-383-1800

Comitz | Beethe

Edward O. Comitz
Member
480-998-7800

Patrick T. Stanley
Counsel
480-998-7800

Davis Miles

Gregory L. Miles
Partner
480-344-4075

Mark E. Lassiter
Partner
480-344-4455

Dioguardi Flynn

Mark Dioguardi
Partners
480-951-8800

John P. Flynn
Partners
480-951-8800

Peter J. Moolenaar
Partners
480-951-8800

DLA Piper

Mark A. Nadeau
Partner
480-606-5110

Cynthia A. Ricketts
Partner
480-606-5112

Engelman Berger

Kevin M. Judiscak
Partner
602-271-9090

Thomas R. Nolasco
Associate
602-271-9090

Fennemore Craig

Amy Abdo
Shareholder
602-916-5399

Scott Altes
Shareholder
602-916-5323

Timothy J. Berg
Managing Partner
602-916-5421

James D. Burgess
Shareholder
602-916-5364

Andrew M. Federhar
Shareholder
602-916-5301

Roger T. Hargrove
Shareholder
602-916- 5459

Keith L. Hendricks
Shareholder
602-916-5430

George O. Krauja
Shareholder
520-879-6817

Kenneth J. Sherk
Shareholder
602-916-5383

Janet Weinstein
Shareholder
602-916-5370

Galbut & Galbut

Martin R. Galbut
Chairman
602-955-1455

Keith R. Galbut
President
602-955-1455

Olivier Beabeau
Member
602-955-1455

Gallagher & Kennedy

Kevin E. O’Malley
Shareholder
602-530-8430

Michael K. Kennedy
Co-Founding Partner
602 530-8504

Mark M. Deatherage
Shareholder
602 530-8335

Mark A. Fuller
Shareholder
602 530-8185

Gammage & Burnham

Richard K. Mahrle
Partner
602-256-0566

James A. Craft
Partner
602-256-0566

John R. Dacey
Partner
602-256-0566

Cameron A. Artigue
Partner
602-256-0566

Lisa T. Hauser
Partner
602-256-0566

George U. Winney
Partner
602-256-0566

Greg J. Gnepper
Associate
602-256-0566

Heather Boysel
Associate
602-256-0566

Carolyn Williams
Associate
602-256-0566

Greenberg Traurig

Pamela M. Overton
Shareholder
602-445-8000

E. Jeffrey Walsh
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Jeffrey H. Wolf
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Booker T. Evans Jr.
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Robert A. Mandel
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Gust Rosenfeld

Richard A. Segal
Member
602-257-7433

Charles W. Wirken
Member
602-257-7959

Richard B. Hood
Member
602-257-7470

Peter Collins Jr.
Member
520-628-7073

Jaburg|Wilk

Roger Cohen
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Scott Richardson
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

Frederick M. Cummings
Partner
602-262-5903

J. Scott Rhodes
Partner
602-262-5862

Michael J. O’Connor
Partner
602-262-5889

Peter W. Sorensen
Partner
602-262-5954

Frederick M. Cummings
Partner
602-262-5903

John “Jack” Sestak Jr.
Partner
602-262-5827

David Brnilovich
Partner
602-262-5898

Jimmie W. Pursell
Partner
602-262-5812

Paul G. Johnson
Partner
602-262-5948

Jimmie W. Pursell
Partner
602-262-5812

Russell R. Rea
Partner
602-262-5849

Brian Imbornoni
Partner
602-262-5947

Jeffrey P. Boshes
Partner
602-262-5942

Kutak Rock

Paul S. Gerding Jr.
Partner
480-42-5000

Michael W. Sillyman
Partner
480-429-5000

Douglas H. Allsworth
Partner
480-429-5000

Paul S. Gerding
Partner
480-429-5000

Philip A. Overcash
Partner
480-429-5000

Lewis and Roca

Randy Papetti
Partner
602-262-5337

Robert McKirgan
Partner
602-262-5396

Lawrence Kasten
Partner
602-262-0228

Dale Danneman
Partner
602-262-5371

George Paul
Partner
602-262-5326

Tom Gilson
Partner
602-262-5704

Steve Hulsman
Partner
602-262-5313

John Iurino
Partner
520-629-4432

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

Timothy Thomason
Shareholder
602-285-5026

Gary L. Birnbaum
Managing Director
602-285-5009

Robert Shull
Shareholder
602-285-5010

David Ouimette
Shareholder
602-285-5043

Michael Rubin
Shareholder
602-285-5008

Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Randy Nussbaum
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Gregory P. Gillis
Shareholder
480-609-0011

Andrea H. Landeen
Associate
480-609-0011

John E. Parzych
Associate
480-609-0011

Vishnu R. Jonnalagadda
Associate
480-609-0011

Gary Ansel
Of Council
480-609-0011

Osborn Maledon

William Maledon
Member
602-640-9331

Perkins Coie

Paul Eckstein
Partner
602-351-8222

Joseph Mais
Partner
602-351-8280

Joel Nomkin
Office Managing Partner
602-351-8185

H. Michael Clyde
Partner
602-351-8335

Polsinelli Shughart

Marty Harper
Shareholder
602-650-2080

Leon B. Silver
Shareholder
602-650-2066

Kelly J. Flood
Shareholder
602-650-2043

Andrew B. Turk (Andy)
Shareholder
602-650-2097

Edward F. Novak (Ed)
Managing Partner
602-650-2020

Quarles & Brady

Don Martin
Partner
602-229-5700

Jim Ryan
Partner
602-229-5706

Craig Kaufman
Partner
520-770-8707

Kevin Quigley
Partner
602-229-5433

C. Bradley Vynalek
Partner
602-229-5261

David Paige
Partner
602-230-5568

Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros

Steven G. Mesaros
Shareholder
602-256-3002

Rose Law Group

Brian Begin
Partner
480-240-5634

Ken Frakes
Associate
480-505-3931

Joseph Dylo
Associate
480-240-5641

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

John Lemaster
Shareholder
602-440-4831

David Kash
Shareholder
602-440-4837

Fred Bellamy
Shareholder
602-440-4835

Rudy Parga
Shareholder
602-440-4848

Jeff Simmons
Shareholder
602-440-4804

Sacks Tierney

Jeffrey S. Leonard
Shareholder
480-425-2652

James W. Armstrong
Shareholder
480-425-2628

Brian E. Ditsch
Shareholder
480-425-2636

David C. Tierney
Shareholder
480-425-2620

Sharon B. Shively
Shareholder
480-425-2625

Steven R. Beeghley
Shareholder
480-425-2686

Julianne C. Wheeler
Shareholder
480-425-2610

Adrian L. Barton
Associate
480-425-2629

Sanders & Parks

Mark G. Worischeck
Managing Shareholder
602-532-5795

Sherman & Howard

Robert C. Hackett
Member
602-240-3044

David A. Weatherwax
Member
602-240-3009

Thomas M. Quigley
Member
602-240-3040

Snell & Wilmer

Barb Dawson
Partner
602-382-6235

Joel P. Hoxie
Partner
602-382-6264

James R. Condo
Partner
602-382-6353

John J. Bouma
Chairman
602-382-6216

Don Bivens
Partner
602-382-6549

Patricia Lee Refo
Partner
602-382-6290

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey

George Brandon
Partner
602-528-4176

Brian A. Cabianca
Partner
602-528-4160

Brian M. McQuaid
Partner
602-528-4175

Don Wall
Partner
602-528-4005

Francis J. Burke Jr.
Partner
602-257-5227

Floyd P. Bienstock
Partner
602-257-5210

Karl M. Tilleman
Partner
602-257-5244

P. Bruce Converse
Partner
602-257-5274

Stinson Morrison Hecker

Michael C. Manning
Partner
602-212-8503

Michael L. Parrish
Partner
602-212-8528

Lonnie J. Williams
Partner
602-212-8505

Jeffrey J. Goulder
Partner
602-212-8531

Tiffany & Bosco

Robert A. Royal
Shareholder
602-255-6011

Dow Glenn Ostlund
Shareholder
602-255-6008

Richard G. Himelrick
Shareholder
602-255-6021

Pamela L. Kingsley
Shareholder
602-255-6015

Udall, Shumway & Lyons

Roger Decker
Shareholder
480-461-5343

AB's Top Lawyer's List, AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

AB’s Top Lawyers List – Employee Benefits and Environmental Law

AB’s Top Lawyers List was compiled via a survey sent out to law firms throughout the Valley with strong practice areas affecting the business community. The firms were asked to pick their top attorneys in each category as determined by AB. All firms that responded to the survey are represented in this online directory.



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Bankruptcy Labor and Employment
Commercial Litigation Mediation
Construction Product Liability
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Employee Benefits Real Estate
Environmental Tax
Franchise Trusts and Estates
Health Care White-Collar Criminal Defense
Immigration Workers’ Compensation
Information Technology

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

Davis Miles

Yvonne Tagart
Attorney
480-344-4053

Fennemore Craig

David N. Heap
Shareholder
602-916-5326

Neil H. Hiller
Shareholder
602-916-5388

Erwin Kratz
Shareholder
520-879-6401

Cynthia L. Shupe
Shareholder
602-916-5437

Gallagher & Kennedy

Anne L. Leary
Shareholder
602-530-8333

Gust Rosenfeld

Robert D. Haws
Member
602-257-7976

Jennifer N. MacLennan
Member
602-257-7475

Jaburg|Wilk

Kraig Marton
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

Richard C. Smith
Partner
602-262-5972

Keith F. Overholt
Partner
602-262-5837

Kutak Rock LLP

Marc R. Lieberman
Partner
480-429-5000

Paige A. Martin
Partner
480-429-5000

Lewis and Roca

David Manch
Partner
602-262-5397

Rose Law Group

Lauren Elrod
Associate
480-240-5644

Ann-Marie Anderson
Associate
480-240-5643

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

Jim Brophy
Shareholder
602-440-4807

Tara Pauls
Associate
602-440-4839

Snell & Wilmer

Thomas R. Hoecker
Partner
602-382-6361

Marvin S. Swift Jr. (“Bucky”)
Partner
602-382-6211

Nancy K. Campbell
Partner
602-382-6374












































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Ballard Spahr

David J. Armstrong
Partner
602-798-5412

Bryan Cave

William Pearson
Partner
602-364-7418

Fennemore Craig

Robert D. Anderson
Shareholder
602-916-5455

Lauren J. Caster
Shareholder
602-916-5367

Phillip F. Fargotstein
Shareholder
602-916-5453

Norman D. James
Shareholder
602-916-5346

John M. Pearce
Shareholder
602-916-5376

Gallagher & Kennedy

David P. Kimball III
Shareholder
602-530-8221

J. Stanton Curry
Shareholder
602 530-8222

Dalva L. Moellenberg
Shareholder
602 530-8223

Gammage & Burnham

Richard K. Mahrle
Partner
602-256-0566


Gust Rosenfeld

Martin T. Jones
Member
602-257-7674

Barbara U. Rodriguez-Pashkowski
Member
602-257-7494

Shiela B. Schmidt
Member
602-257-7990

Lewis and Roca

Carla Consoli
Partner
602-262-5347

Tom Campbell
Partner
602-262-5723

Albert Acken
Partner
602-262-5706

Michael Hallam
Partner
602-262-5340

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

Ken Hodson
Shareholder
602-285-5046

Perkins Coie

Shane Swindle
Partner
602-351-8384

Polsinelli Shughart

Lucas Narducci (Luke)
Shareholder
602-650-2301

Margaret LaBianca
Shareholder
602-650-2304

Mike Ford
Shareholder
602-650-2321

Quarles & Brady

Roger Ferland
Partner
602-229-5607

Joe Drazek
Partner
602-229-5335

Dan Muchow
Partner
602-230-5508

Michelle De Blasi
Partner
602-229-5448

Rose Law Group

Ryan Hurley
Associate
480-240-5585

Court Rich
Partner
480-505-3937

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

Sheryl Sweeney
Shareholder
602-440-4824

John Lemaster
Shareholder
602-440-4831

Fred Bellamy
Shareholder
602-440-4835

Sacks Tierney

Judith M. Dworkin
Managing Partner
480-425-2615

Sanders & Parks

Garrick L. Gallagher
Senior Shareholder
602-532-5720

Snell & Wilmer

Patrick J. Paul
Partner
602-382-6359

Squire, Sanders & Dempsey

Christopher D. Thomas
Partner
602-528-4044

Peter Culp
Partner
602-528-4063

Steptoe & Johnson

Mark E. Freeze
Of Counsel
602-257-5215

David R. Nelson
Of Counsel
602-257-5246

Commercial Real Estate Market - AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

Arizona’s Commercial Real Estate Market On Path To Slow-Going Recovery

Arizona’s commercial real estate market is on the path to recovery, but the climb is steep and slow-going, local brokers predict.

The Phoenix market experienced slight positive absorption of space in its too-many, too-empty properties last year, and the plodding progress will continue through 2011, says Craig Henig, senior managing director at CB Richard Ellis.

“I see modest improvements in each sector, but no gold rush,” Henig predicts. “We will be slower coming out of this recession (compared with the 1990s slump) because we can’t rely on construction and tourism.”

Those industries fueled Arizona’s economy for decades, generating jobs and spending throughout the marketplace.

But industry experts agree that with commercial and residential property vacancies at such a high level, construction won’t restart in the short term. And tourism, double-slammed by the recession and Arizona’s national image issues, has a slow, uphill slog back to normalcy.

All commercial real estate sectors suffered from the recession as rents plummeted, vacancies soared and foreclosures mounted, leaving lots of properties in limbo, Henig says.

The retail sector was hurt the most, followed by office and industrial, Henig says, and recuperation will happen in reverse order.

Retail commercial real estate in Metro Phoenix bottomed out in 2010, as local retailers shuttered locations and national companies put expansion plans on hold, says Cliff Johnston, Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial senior vice president.

Vacancies, which historically hovered below 5%, sank to an alarming 12.3%, Johnston says. He expects that rate to near 11% by year-end.

“We’ve turned the corner,” Johnston says. “We expect a fairly slow but steady improvement this year.”

Denser areas of the Valley will fare best, while fringe communities, where retailers relied on rooftops that never materialized, will continue to founder, he adds.

Office properties saw a flurry of transactions in 2010, but flat, net absorption, says Bryon Carney, Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial president.

Low rents prompted a “flight to quality,” Carney says, as Class B office users moved into more luxurious Class A digs.

In 2010, Phoenix Class A net absorption topped 500,000 SF, offset by 600,000 SF negative absorption of Class B and C space, he says.

For 2011, Carney expects smaller tenants to move into newly vacant Class B space. But he’s not expecting the 27% overall office vacancy to improve much this year. The good news, he says, is rents that continued to decline in 2010 should stabilize.

The industrial sector will continue to lead the recovery in 2011, says Andy Markham, Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial executive vice president.

“In 2010, we had 4 MSF absorption, and we’ll see more in 2011,” Markham says.
The vacancy rate will improve from 14% “to low double digits by the end of 2011,” he predicts.

While Phoenix sorts out its skewed recovery, Tucson waits for the spillover, says Tim Prouty, managing director of CB Richard Ellis’ Tucson office.

Tucson has fewer vacancies and higher rents than Phoenix because it was not overbuilt prior to the recession, Prouty says. But Phoenix’s excess capacity and lower rents appear more attractive to companies looking to expand or locate new regional offices or industrial operations in Arizona, he adds. “We’re glad we’re not Phoenix, but Phoenix is our biggest challenge,” Prouty says.

He doesn’t expect much movement in Tucson’s office or industrial sectors in 2011. But retail is already showing “some select growth,” including new locations for big-box retailers Costco and Walmart.

Arizona’s commercial real estate experts cite several factors for their modestly positive outlook for 2011.

They include improvement in the national economy, a favorable tax structure compared with that of California and pressure for lenders and CMBS special servicers to shake loose desirable properties at current market value.

“There was anemic investment sales activity in 2010, but now more properties are coming to the market,” Henig says. “We’re hoping investment sales and leasing will balance out in late second quarter.”

There is pent-up demand for investors to purchase the lender-owned properties at the right price and enough tenants willing to lease space if rents are significantly low, says Pat Dempsey, Lee & Associates principal.

“Now we are seeing properties (for sale) in every corner of the Valley and in all property types,” Dempsey says. “We’re more bullish than we have been in two or three years.”
Still, Stanton Shafer, Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial executive vice president, predicts sales of those properties will be more like a trickle than a flood in 2011, despite buyer interest.

Many lenders and CMBS servicers remember the RTC fire sales of the 1990s and are hesitant to lose potential money by selling too soon and too low, he says.

“There is an abundance of capital out there now,” Shafer says. “And there is more pressure to sell, and more properties in the pipeline. But there is no way to generalize (lender action). What we can say is there hasn’t been much so far, and in 2011 we expect more.”
Jeffrey Hartland, Cassidy Turley | BRE Commercial senior vice president, sums up the overall 2011 outlook: “The light at the end of the tunnel is no longer the train.”

For more information about Arizona’s commercial real estate market and the CRE companies mentioned in this story, visit:

cbre.com
brephoenix.com
lee-associates.com

AZRE Magazine March/April 2011

 

San Carlos Apache Healthcare Center, AZRE March/April 2011

Medical: San Carlos Apache Healthcare Center


SAN CARLOS APACHE HEALTHCARE CENTER

Developer: San Carlos Apache Tribe
Contractor: McCarthy Building Companies
Architect: Rohde May Keller McNamara (RMKM)
Size: 184,000 SF
Location: Peridot, Ariz

The $80.2M project is a replacement hospital campus for the San Carlos Apache Tribe. The Apache Healthcare Center consists of 5 buildings on a 50-acre site: ambulatory hospital, behavioral health building, dentistry building, public health building and EMS building. Subcontractors include McCarthy Mechanical, Miller Bonded, Delta Diversified, Schuff Steel, CSW and Sun Valley Masonry. Estimated completion date is 4Q 2013.

AZRE March/April 2011
Salvation Army Phoenix Kroc Center, AZRE March/April 2011

Public: The Salvation Army Phoenix Kroc Center

THE SALVATION ARMY PHOENIX KROC CENTER

Developer: The Salvation Army
Contractor: Sigma Contracting, project manager; Haydon Building Corp., contractor
Architect: Barber Rinker Seacat (Denver) in conjunction with Dick Fritsche Design Group (Phoenix)
Size: 140,000 SF
Location: SWC 14th St. and Broadway Rd., Phoenix

The $44M community center includes a library, full-service fitness center, 350-seat chapel/performing arts center, wellness center and meeting rooms. Subcontractors include Gunsight Construction, McCain, M.A.G., Castle Steel, Tek Star and A.M.E. Electrical. Estimated completion is 1Q 2012.

AZRE March/April 2011
AB's Top Lawyer's List, AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

AB’s Top Lawyers List – Trusts And Estates And White-Collar Criminal Defense Law

AB’s Top Lawyers List was compiled via a survey sent out to law firms throughout the Valley with strong practice areas affecting the business community. The firms were asked to pick their top attorneys in each category as determined by AB. All firms that responded to the survey are represented in this online directory.



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Banking International Trade and Finance Law
Bankruptcy Labor and Employment
Commercial Litigation Mediation
Construction Product Liability
Corporate Public Finance
Employee Benefits Real Estate
Environmental Tax
Franchise Trusts and Estates
Health Care White-Collar Criminal Defense
Immigration Workers’ Compensation
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TRUSTS AND ESTATES

WHITE-COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Buchalter Nemer

Steven M. Fox
Shareholder
480-383-1800

Davis Miles

Kevin G. Wick
Attorney
480-344-4571

Charles E. Davis
Partner
480-344-4570

Fennemore Craig

Louis F. Comus Jr.
Shareholder
602-916-5314

Rita A. Eisenfeld
Shareholder
602-916-5467

Neal Kurn
Shareholder
602-916-5485

T. James Lee
Shareholder
602-916-5422

Gallagher & Kennedy

Robert E. Jones Jr.
Shareholder
602-530-8458

Gammage & Burnham

Michael R. King
Partner
602-256-0566

Greenberg Traurig

Jeffrey M. Manley
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Jaburg|Wilk

Beth Cohn
Shareholder
602-248-1000

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon

John R. Christian
Partner
602-262-5805

William A. Clarke
Partner
602-262-5886

Richard C. Smith
Partner
602-262-5972

Stephen E. Lee
Partner
602-262-5824

Nancy C. Pohl
Partner
602-262-5927

Jack N. Rudel
Partner
602-262-5951

Lewis and Roca

Peter Wand
Associate
602-262-5305

Mariscal, Weeks, McIntyre & Friedlander

Les Raatz
Shareholder
602-285-5022

Robin DeRespino
Associate
602-285-5000

Morris, Hall & Kinghorn

Dan R. Morris
Senior Partner
602-249-1328

Theron M Hall
Partner
602-249-1328

Kevin F Kinghorn
Partner
602-249-1328

Ronald G. Wilson
Partner
602-249-1328

David T. Eastman
Attorney at Law
602-249-1328

Katherine O’Connell
Attorney at Law
602-249-1328

Wendy W. Harn
Attorney at Law
602-249-1328

Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner

Shawn M. Richter
Associate
480-609-0011

Polsinelli Shughart

Douglas Wiley
Shareholder
602-650-2339

Robert O. Dyer (Rob)
Shareholder
602-650-2049

Quarles & Brady

Chris Gawart
Partner
414-277-5807

Cathy Knapp
Of Counsel
602-229-5215

Rose Law Group

Laura Bianchi
Associate
480-240-5646

Lauren Elrod
Associate
480-240-5644

Ryan Rapp & Underwood

Richard C. Underwood
Partner
602-280-1000

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite

John Lischer
Shareholder
602-440-4857

Kathryn Simmons
Associate
602-440-4816

Sacks Tierney

Sharon S. Moyer
Shareholder
480-425-2606

John K. Hanson
Shareholder
480-425-2626

Sherman & Howard

Thomas G. Axelsen
Member
602-240-3008

Snell & Wilmer

John C. Vryhof
Partner
602-382-6333

Tiffany & Bosco

William H. Finnegan
Shareholder
602-255-6009

David L. Case
Shareholder
602-255-6097

Michael A. Bosco
Shareholder
602-255-6002

Udall, Shumway & Lyons

Stephen L. West
Shareholder
480-461-5341

Davis Miles

Kirk Smith
Attorney
480-344-4065

Gallagher & Kennedy

Tom E. Henze
Shareholder
602-530-8592

Paul K. Charlton
Shareholder
602-530-8585

Barry D. Mitchell
Shareholder
602-530-8313

Greenberg Traurig

Booker T. Evans Jr.
Shareholder
602-445-8000

Stacey F. Gottlieb
Of Counsel
602-445-8000

Lewis and Roca

Dale Danneman
Partner
602-262-5371

Tom Gilson
Partner
602-262-5704

Osborn Maledon

Larry Hammond
Member
602-640-9361

Timothy Eckstein
Member
602-640-9316

Perkins Coie

Jordan Green
Partner
602-351-8422

Lee Stein
Partner
602-351-8190

Polsinelli Shughart

Edward F. Novak (Ed)
Shareholder
602-650-2020

Zachary D. Cain (Zach)
Shareholder
602-650-2009

Melissa S. Ho
Associate
602-650-2028

Quarles & Brady

Hector Diaz
Partner
602-229-5274

Ryan Rapp & Underwood

Christopher T. Rapp
Partner
602-280-1000

Sacks Tierney

Daniel B. Mestaz
Associate
480-425-2671

Snell & Wilmer

Dan W. Goldfine
Partner
602-382-6282

Robert H. Feinberg
Partner
602-382-6380

Craig A. Logsdon
Partner
602-382-6253

Steptoe & Johnson

Francis J. Burke Jr.
Partner
602-257-5227

Tiffany & Bosco

Alexander Poulos
Shareholder
602-255-6030

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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