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Quarles & Brady Announces New Phoenix Partners

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that the following Phoenix attorneys have been elected to partnership by the firm’s executive committee:

Stanton E. Johnson is a commercial real estate lawyer with extensive experience in acquisitions and sales, development, leasing and property management. His experience includes representation of homebuilders, developers and land bankers in the acquisition, development and financing of master-planned residential communities; representation of commercial property developers in the development and management of office, retail and industrial properties; representation of banks in the management, leasing and sale of bank-owned properties; representation of court-appointed receivers in the management and sale of hotel, industrial and residential properties in multiple states and more. Johnson is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Maricopa County Bar Association and the State Bar of Arizona. He also serves on the board of directors for the Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona. He earned his law degree from University of Utah College of Law (J.D., 2002) and his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University (B.S., 1999).

Brenda Maloney Shafer is a member of the Health Law Group. Her practice focuses primarily in health law and, in particular, health care regulatory and transactional work. Ms. Maloney Shafer advises health care providers and organizations on regulatory and operational compliance and business development. She has experience drafting and negotiating contracts for a variety of health care providers and entities, including physician employment agreements, professional services arrangements, pharmacy benefit management agreements and 340B pharmacy services agreements. Brenda has represented physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health care providers before several state licensing boards. Maloney Shafer is a member of the state bars of Arizona, New Mexico and North Carolina, and of the American Health Lawyers Association. She earned her law degree from the University of New Mexico (J.D., cum laude, 2001) and her Master of Law degree in Health Law from Saint Louis University (LL.M., 2002). She received her undergraduate degree from Creighton University (BSN, 1993). Prior to law school, Brenda served as an active duty officer in the United States Army Nurse Corps.

Lauren Elliott Stine is a member of the Commercial Litigation Group and the Appellate subgroup. Her experience includes representing local and national corporations in complex corporate and contract disputes, assisting clients in special action and appellate proceedings in state and federal courts, and representing local and national clients in health care, real estate, professional liability, financial services and construction litigation matters. Stine was selected for inclusion in the Southwest Super Lawyers®– Rising Stars 2013 Edition (Business Litigation). She is a member and former officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix MetOrg Board, she served as the Phoenix-office co-chair for the firm’s Quarles Cares community service program and is the pro bono coordinator for the firm’s Phoenix office. She earned her undergraduate degrees (B.A. and B.S., summa cum laude, 2003) and her law degree (J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2006) from Arizona State University.

Susan Brichler Trujillo practices in the areas of health law and litigation & dispute resolution. Her practice includes representation of health care clients, including retail pharmacies, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and wholesale distributors, pharmacy benefit managers, hospitals, behavioral health providers and nursing homes in the areas of regulatory compliance, contract disputes, licensing issues and litigation matters. Brichler Trujillo is a member of Lorna Lockwood Inn of Court, the American Bar Association and the Association of Arizona Health Care Lawyers. She also serves on the board of directors for Community Legal Services. Brichler Trujillo received her law degree from University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D., 2004) and her master’s (M.A., 1998) and undergraduate degrees (B.A., 1995) from the University of Arizona.

Amy R. Cotton is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group. As a licensed physical therapist and health care attorney, she has more than 14 years of experience in the health care industry. Her practice includes advising clients on regulatory and compliance issues, business development and defending clients before professional boards. Amy has experience with advising clients regarding compliance with pharmaceutical laws and regulations; drafting policies and procedures relating to pharmacy practice, HIPAA and health care business activities; regulatory compliance with laws relating to Discount Medical Provider Organizations, Pharmacy Benefit Management and Third Party Administration; and advising health care clients regarding marketing and business development and drafting marketing agreements. She is a member of American Health Lawyers Association, the Mayor’s Commission on Disability Issues and Arizona Autism United. Amy is also a licensed physical therapist. She received her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law (J.D., 2005) and her undergraduate degree from Truman State University (B.S., cum laude, 1996). She also earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences in 1999.

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Quarles & Brady Announces New Phoenix Partners

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that the following Phoenix attorneys have been elected to partnership by the firm’s executive committee:

Stanton E. Johnson is a commercial real estate lawyer with extensive experience in acquisitions and sales, development, leasing and property management. His experience includes representation of homebuilders, developers and land bankers in the acquisition, development and financing of master-planned residential communities; representation of commercial property developers in the development and management of office, retail and industrial properties; representation of banks in the management, leasing and sale of bank-owned properties; representation of court-appointed receivers in the management and sale of hotel, industrial and residential properties in multiple states and more. Johnson is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Maricopa County Bar Association and the State Bar of Arizona. He also serves on the board of directors for the Habitat for Humanity of Central Arizona. He earned his law degree from University of Utah College of Law (J.D., 2002) and his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University (B.S., 1999).

Brenda Maloney Shafer is a member of the Health Law Group. Her practice focuses primarily in health law and, in particular, health care regulatory and transactional work. Ms. Maloney Shafer advises health care providers and organizations on regulatory and operational compliance and business development. She has experience drafting and negotiating contracts for a variety of health care providers and entities, including physician employment agreements, professional services arrangements, pharmacy benefit management agreements and 340B pharmacy services agreements. Brenda has represented physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health care providers before several state licensing boards. Maloney Shafer is a member of the state bars of Arizona, New Mexico and North Carolina, and of the American Health Lawyers Association. She earned her law degree from the University of New Mexico (J.D., cum laude, 2001) and her Master of Law degree in Health Law from Saint Louis University (LL.M., 2002). She received her undergraduate degree from Creighton University (BSN, 1993). Prior to law school, Brenda served as an active duty officer in the United States Army Nurse Corps.

Lauren Elliott Stine is a member of the Commercial Litigation Group and the Appellate subgroup. Her experience includes representing local and national corporations in complex corporate and contract disputes, assisting clients in special action and appellate proceedings in state and federal courts, and representing local and national clients in health care, real estate, professional liability, financial services and construction litigation matters. Stine was selected for inclusion in the Southwest Super Lawyers®– Rising Stars 2013 Edition (Business Litigation). She is a member and former officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix MetOrg Board, she served as the Phoenix-office co-chair for the firm’s Quarles Cares community service program and is the pro bono coordinator for the firm’s Phoenix office. She earned her undergraduate degrees (B.A. and B.S., summa cum laude, 2003) and her law degree (J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2006) from Arizona State University.

Susan Brichler Trujillo practices in the areas of health law and litigation & dispute resolution. Her practice includes representation of health care clients, including retail pharmacies, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and wholesale distributors, pharmacy benefit managers, hospitals, behavioral health providers and nursing homes in the areas of regulatory compliance, contract disputes, licensing issues and litigation matters. Brichler Trujillo is a member of Lorna Lockwood Inn of Court, the American Bar Association and the Association of Arizona Health Care Lawyers. She also serves on the board of directors for Community Legal Services. Brichler Trujillo received her law degree from University of Notre Dame Law School (J.D., 2004) and her master’s (M.A., 1998) and undergraduate degrees (B.A., 1995) from the University of Arizona.

Amy R. Cotton is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group. As a licensed physical therapist and health care attorney, she has more than 14 years of experience in the health care industry. Her practice includes advising clients on regulatory and compliance issues, business development and defending clients before professional boards. Amy has experience with advising clients regarding compliance with pharmaceutical laws and regulations; drafting policies and procedures relating to pharmacy practice, HIPAA and health care business activities; regulatory compliance with laws relating to Discount Medical Provider Organizations, Pharmacy Benefit Management and Third Party Administration; and advising health care clients regarding marketing and business development and drafting marketing agreements. She is a member of American Health Lawyers Association, the Mayor’s Commission on Disability Issues and Arizona Autism United. Amy is also a licensed physical therapist. She received her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law (J.D., 2005) and her undergraduate degree from Truman State University (B.S., cum laude, 1996). She also earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences in 1999.