Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Archives

Laura Wochner Joins Tiffany & Bosco


The law firm of Tiffany & Bosco P.A. announced Laura L. Wochner has joined Tiffany & Bosco as an attorney in the Phoenix office. Her practice is concentrated in Civil and Commercial Litigation. Laura received her Juris Doctor from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Prior to law school, Laura… Read More →

Fennemore Craig expands Phoenix office


Fennemore Craig announced the addition of two new attorneys in the firm’s Phoenix office. Blake Atkinson and Philip Brailsford have joined the firm as associates and practice in intellectual property and business litigation. “The firm continuously seeks to add excellent lawyers to enhance the services we provide to our clients,” said Steve Good, managing partner… Read More →

UMOM New Day Centers elect Lauren Stine to board

Lauren Stein

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Phoenix partner Lauren Stine has been elected to the UMOM New Day Centers‘ board of directors. Founded in 1964, UMOM is the largest homeless shelter for families in Arizona. The organization aims to prevent and end homelessness, and it works to give people… Read More →

Phoenix attorney will lead Hispanic Bar

Freddy Saavedra, Law Offices of Stephanie Lake, P.C.

Attorney Freddy Saavedra, who practices Social Security Disability Law at the Law Offices of Stephanie Lake, P.C., in Phoenix, has been elected to the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) as President for Region XIV, covering all of Arizona and Nevada. His role with HNBA is to help grow the membership and also connect to the… Read More →

Stanton named ‘Woman Worth Watching’

Nicole France-Stanton, office managing partner, Quarles & Brady.

The law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Phoenix Office Managing Partner Nicole Stanton has been selected by Profiles in Diversity Journal to be honored at its 13th Annual Women Worth Watching® Awards. Stanton will join trailblazing female leaders from across the country in this honor and will be featured in the… Read More →

Humetewa is first American Indian woman federal judge


Diane Humetewa, Arizona State University Special Advisor to the President for American Indian Affairs, has been named the first American Indian woman to serve as a federal judge. Humetewa won unanimous approval in the U.S. Senate in a 96-0 vote and will serve in the federal District Court of Arizona. “I feel privileged to serve… Read More →

ASU unveils innovative sports law programs

Top Ten Sports Bars, Photo: Clintus McGintus, Flickr

If you want to work with professional sports teams, big sporting events or promising student athletes, then you may be interested in the innovative new sports law and business program officially being launched this week by Arizona State University. The highly ranked Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and W. P. Carey School of Business… Read More →

Andy Landeen joins Ryley Carlock


Ryley Carlock & Applewhite added attorney Andrea (Andy) Landeen to the firm’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy, Lending and Commercial Litigation practice groups, where she will continue her practice of representing lenders and other creditors in pre- and post-judgment litigation. “We’re very excited about what Andy brings to the firm as well as our creditors’ rights… Read More →

How Personal Employment Information Is Shared And Sold

by in Featured | Legal | Workforce

In today’s competitive business world, employers constantly are seeking ways to increase efficiency and reduce cost.  One obvious option in this effort is outsourcing, and employers certainly should be free to delegate functions to third-party vendors when it makes sense to do so.  But what are the implications when outsourcing requires an employer to share… Read More →

Brenda Thomson – 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Brenda Thomson

Brenda Thomson – Executive director, Arizona Humanities Council Thomson, who joined the Arizona Humanities Council in 2010, has a background in executive management, fundraising, human resources, public speaking, community relations, and strategic planning. The Yale Law School graduate was director of The Center for Law Leadership and Management at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of… Read More →

Ryley Carlock Expands its Litigation Practice


Ryley Carlock & Applewhite has added Lisa Wahlin to the firm’s Litigation Practice Group. “Lisa Wahlin’s practice is a great fit for our growing litigation group,” stated Managing Shareholder Rodolfo Parga. “Many of our governmental clients and their staff need legal assistance and Lisa brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to help guide them… Read More →

Karen Dickinson joins Polsinelli


National law firm Polsinelli has added Karen Dickinson to its Phoenix office. Dickinson has extensive experience negotiating and advising on complex international and e-commerce legal issues involving international contracting, joint ventures and alliances, software and intellectual property licensing, joint developments, trademark prosecution and licensing, and web development. “I chose to move my practice to Polsinelli… Read More →

Jaclyn Foutz Joins Andante Law Group

Jaclyn Foutz
by in Business News | Legal

Andante Law Group of Daniel E. Garrison, PLLC announced that Jaclyn D. Foutz has joined the firm as an attorney.  Her practice is concentrated in commercial litigation, bankruptcy, reorganization and capital recovery.  She represents creditors in collection and enforcement matters, as well as in all facets of bankruptcy proceedings and advising clients on creditors’ rights.… Read More →

Delta Dental names Director of Legal Affairs

by in Business News | Healthcare | Legal

Delta Dental of Arizona is pleased to announce the hiring of Anne Bishop as the dental insurance company’s Director of Legal Affairs and Compliance. “We are thrilled to welcome Anne to the Delta Dental team,” said Allan Allford, CEO for Delta Dental of Arizona. “Her expertise in health care law will be an asset as… Read More →