Sacks Tierney Archives
Anyone who has tried to develop on one of the 22 federally recognized Indian tribes’ land in Arizona has probably encountered the patchwork of land ownership that can sometimes make it difficult to build.
Judith Dworkin – Managing partner, Sacks Tierney Dworkin’s practice is devoted primarily to Indian law and water resources law issues. She also teaches courses in water law and natural resources Law at the ASU College of Law and advises its Indian Law Program. She lectures regularly and publishes on topics relating to economic development on… Read More →
During the State of the Union address, President Obama said that tax reform is a key issue for small businesses today. Specifically, the president stressed that many small businesses are overwhelmed with administrative tasks associated with tax filing and deserve the opportunity to focus on strategic areas of their business that could help them grow… Read More →
There is no doubt that the idea of developing a project via a public-private partnership (or P3) remains the “belle of the ball” in many circles, with businesses and public entities trying to identify opportunities to work together on projects. As popular as it is, the P3 concept is not new. It has been… Read More →
Az Business magazine’s 2013 Mediation guide was created after consultation with experts in the alternative dispute resolution field. Amy Abdo Fennemore Craig 602-916-5399 www.fclaw.com Abdo has extensive experience in arbitration, mediation, investigations, administrative proceedings and litigation, including bench and jury trials. Kevin T. Ahern Broening Oberg Woods & Wilson, P.C. 602-271-7781 www.bowwlaw.com Ahern’s practice is… Read More →
Construction law attorney Matthew B. Meaker joined the Scottsdale law firm of Sacks Tierney P.A. Meaker, a Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” selectee, is a member of the Arizona Registrar of Contractors Industry Advisory Council and the American Subcontractors Association. Founded in 1960, Sacks Tierney is a full-service law firm that, for each of the… Read More →