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Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Managing Shareholder Rodolfo Parga.

Ryley Carlock’s Parga Featured in ‘Legal Visionaries’

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Managing Shareholder, Rodolfo Parga, Jr. was featured in the newly published book, “Legal Visionaries, How to Make their Innovations Work for You”.  In partnership with 27 legal visionaries from around the country, Authors David Galbenski and David Barringer interviewed this team of innovators to provide a guide to legal practitioners how others have dealt with record economic challenges, changes in the legal profession, and the formulation of new ways to achieve success.  The authors say it best, “The visionaries whose interviews were collected  … have taken significant steps to improve the business of law … .” The book provides different perspectives from within the legal community about dealing with change and risk in the legal profession.  As Rudy Parga, Managing Shareholder of Ryley Carlock, observed:

“Lawyers are always assessing risk and finding ways to limit it, but sometimes being a good entrepreneur is not about that.  It’s about taking a leap of faith and forging ahead on some of these fronts.  All of us have to deal with a new reality.  That reality includes alternative fees, new operating models, unbundling, and defining and building new client relationships.” Parga states.

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Managing Shareholder Rodolfo Parga.

Ryley Carlock's Parga Featured in 'Legal Visionaries'

Ryley Carlock & Applewhite Managing Shareholder, Rodolfo Parga, Jr. was featured in the newly published book, “Legal Visionaries, How to Make their Innovations Work for You”.  In partnership with 27 legal visionaries from around the country, Authors David Galbenski and David Barringer interviewed this team of innovators to provide a guide to legal practitioners how others have dealt with record economic challenges, changes in the legal profession, and the formulation of new ways to achieve success.  The authors say it best, “The visionaries whose interviews were collected  … have taken significant steps to improve the business of law … .” The book provides different perspectives from within the legal community about dealing with change and risk in the legal profession.  As Rudy Parga, Managing Shareholder of Ryley Carlock, observed:

“Lawyers are always assessing risk and finding ways to limit it, but sometimes being a good entrepreneur is not about that.  It’s about taking a leap of faith and forging ahead on some of these fronts.  All of us have to deal with a new reality.  That reality includes alternative fees, new operating models, unbundling, and defining and building new client relationships.” Parga states.

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Arizona’s Top Lawyers 2012 – Securities & Corporate Finance – Tax

Arizona Business Magazine used its own research, solicited input from legal experts, and referenced professional ratings and rankings to determine the legal professionals who made the 2012 Top Lawyers list.


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SECURITIES AND CORPORATE FINANCE

Bryant D. Barber ◆ Lewis and Roca LLP
602-262-5375 ◆ lrlaw.com
Barber has extensive experience in municipal finance, including related areas of state and federal securities and tax law, and economic development financing programs.

James E. Brophy, III ◆ Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, P.C.
602-440-4807 ◆ rcalaw.com
Brophy’s practice focuses on securities, business transactions and employee benefits law.

Jon S. Cohen ◆ Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.
602-382-6247 ◆ swlaw.com
Cohen has a corporate finance practice, including a large number of public offerings, and mergers and acquisitions.

Thomas H. Curzon ◆ Osborn Maledon PA
602-640-9308 ◆ omlaw.com
Curzon’s practice focuses primarily on entrepreneurial transactions, including venture capital and other private placements of securities, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, and initial public offerings.

Steven P. Emerick ◆ Quarles & Brady LLP
602-230-5517 ◆ quarles.com
Emerick’s practice is focused on corporate finance, securities and business transactions for companies in a broad range of industries.

Martin R Galbut ◆ Galbut & Galbut, P.C.
602-955-1455 ◆ galbutlaw.com
Galbut has been selected to The Best Lawyers in America for Securities Law (2007 – 2010) and Business/Commercial Litigation (2001-2009).

Robert J. Hackett ◆ Ridenour, Hienton & Lewis, PLLC
602-254-9900 ◆ rhkl-law.com
Hackett’s practice focuses in the areas of corporate, securities and banking law, including public offerings, private placements, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance.

Robert S. Kant ◆ Greenberg Traurig, LLP
602-445-8302 ◆ gtlaw.com
Kant has represented large and small issuers of equity and debt securities in hundreds of securities transactions involving the sale of more than $20 billion of securities.

David P. Lewis ◆ DLA Piper LLP
480-606-5126 ◆ dlapiper.com
Lewis focuses his practice in the area of corporate and securities law, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and compliance issues.

Julie Rystad ◆ Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A.
602-530-8070 ◆ gknet.com
Rystad advises financial institutions and business entities in various types of financial transactions, including asset-based, equipment, and real estate loans and leases, and warehouse lending.


TAX

James Benham ◆ Moore Benham & Beaver PLC
602-254-6044 ◆ mbmblaw.com
Benham practices individual, corporate and partnership taxation law, tax controversy, estate preservation and probate; formation, operation and reorganization of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.

Timothy D. Brown ◆ Gallagher & Kennedy, P.A.
602-530-8530 ◆ gknet.com
Brown practices in all areas of federal tax law, with an emphasis on real estate, partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, real estate, international taxation, and civil tax controversy.

John F. Daniels, III ◆ Fennemore Craig PC
602-916-5431 ◆ fclaw.com
Daniels chairs the Tax and Tax Controversy practice groups at Fennemore Craig.

Pat Derdenger ◆ Steptoe & Johnson
602-257-5209 ◆ steptoe.com
Derdenger’s practice emphasizes federal, state, and local taxation law. He is certified as a tax law specialist by the Arizona State Bar.

James R. Hienton ◆ Ridenour, Hienton & Lewis, PLLC
602-254-9900 ◆ rhkl-law.com
As a certified tax specialist of the Arizona State Bar Association, Hienton works to structure business transactions in a most tax-effective manner.

Kirk A. McCarville ◆ Kirk A. McCarville PC
602-468-1714 ◆ mccarvillelaw.com
McCarville practices nationwide, engaging in civil and criminal law principally in the area of taxation.

Thomas J. Morgan ◆ Lewis and Roca LLP
602-262-5712 ◆ lrlaw.com
Morgan practices in the areas of securities, corporate and tax law with emphasis in public and private securities offerings, and general tax planning.

Martha C. Patrick ◆ Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.
602-234-9939 ◆ bcattorneys.com
Coming from the IRS, Patrick represents taxpayers involved in civil and criminal tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service and the Arizona Department of Revenue.

Lawrence Pew ◆ Pew Law Center
480-745-1770 ◆ pewlaw.com
Pew is an experienced tax, bankruptcy, and transactional attorney.

Les Raatz ◆ Mariscal Weeks Mclntyre & Friedlander, P.A.
602-285-5022 ◆ mwmf.com
Raatz has extensive experience in a broad range of tax, probate and trust matters, including estate planning, audits and litigation, and corporate, trust, exempt organizations, real estate, and partnership and limited liability company taxation.

Arizona Business Magazine has used its best efforts in assembling material for this list, but does not warrant that the information contained herein is a complete or exhaustive list of the top lawyers in Arizona, and hereby disclaims any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions herein.

Arizona Business Magazine March/April 2012

Rodolfo “Rudy” Parga Jr. was named chairman of the Board of Directors of Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc.

Parga Named Chairman of the Board for Chicanos Por La Causa

Rodolfo “Rudy” Parga Jr. was named chairman of the Board of Directors of Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. Parga, a managing shareholder at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, had previously served as vice chair of the organization.

“Rudy has been one of the driving forces behind successful initiatives that have helped Chicanos Por La Causa become Arizona’s leading community development corporation,” said CPLC president and CEO Edmundo Hidalgo. “It is a privilege to have the opportunity to work together. We anticipate only great things under Rudy’s leadership.”

Said Parga: “I am humbled and honored to serve in this capacity for an organization that does so much good in the community, the state and the nation. CPLC is a benchmark, culturally proficient organization whose unifying voice and advocacy builds alliances, bridges borders and empowers communities.

“At a time when things can seem divisive, CPLC goes about doing great things and making our world a bit better, and bringing people together. I have been privileged to be involved for several years with this dedicated group of diverse individuals, and the growth and strength of their reach is an incredible success story.”

CPLC is a statewide community development corporation, committed to building stronger, healthier communities as a lead advocate, coalition builder and direct service provider.