Administrative Law


Businesses in all facets of their industries are subject to voluminous regulations. Maintaining compliance requires intricate details and a lot of time. The Administrative Law team at Rose Law Group pc works with you to not only navigate the regulatory hurdles but also to think proactively and creatively to help your business find and pursue new opportunities. Our breadth of experience serves you because we can respond to challenges and develop solutions to meet your objectives. We are constantly monitoring new regulatory actions in order for our clients to be consistently updated with the latest trends.

Each governmental agency as the federal, state, and local level has their own rules, regulations, and processes. Rose Law Group pc attorneys have served clients for contracting and procurement proposals, licensing, permitting, variances, rulemaking processes, judicial review actions, and bid protests.

The Administrative Law team at Rose Law Group pc has forged deep relationships with decision makers and staff members of state regulatory agencies, boards, and commissions. Our clients engage in different industries from all corners of the state. They are large corporations, international conglomerates, locally-owned businesses, trade associations, non-profit organizations, and also individuals. Our Administrative Law group includes attorneys who have held high-level positions at government agencies.

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TPC promises sportsbook ‘worthy of Scottsdale’

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents PGA Tour.) By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress Sports betting is coming to Scottsdale. TPC Scottsdale has applied for a conditional use permit to build a sportsbook on a 3.2-acre parcel on the southeast corner of Hayden and Bell Roads, making Scottsdale one of the few Valley cities that host a facility for sports betting.

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[PODCAST] The Rose Report: New Year, New Law

The Rose Report Podcast introduces its first episode with video on Youtube! Hosts Madelaine Braggs, Dan Gauthier and Olen Lenets reflect on the last year with exciting cases and new practice areas at Rose Law Group. From Space Law, to the Metaverse! The firm has been ramping up legal services for Digital Assets like NFTs, DAO’s (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) and other

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Shruti Gurudanti, Rose Law Group corporate transactions chair who advises in area of space law, weighs in on the legalities involved when someone dies in space

By The Conversation Commercial spaceflight companies such as Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin are now offering exclusive opportunities for celebrities and civilians to travel to space. Traditionally, astronauts have been subject to rigorous training and medical scrutiny before going to space, and the risk of death from natural causes was considered remote. But in this new era of space tourism, it appears medical

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Rose Law Group Corporate Transactions Chair Shruti Gurudanti weighs in on new tax rule changes for payment apps like Venmo, PayPal

By Jeanne Sahadi | CNN Business If you’re among the millions of people who use payment apps like PayPal, Venmo, Square, and other third-party electronic payment networks, you could be affected by a tax reporting change that goes into effect in January. Payment app providers will have to start reporting to the IRS a user’s business transactions if, in aggregate, they total

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Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, comments on Republic Realm 2021 Metaverse Real Estate Review

The Sandbox game map, owners are free to imprint on their lands any image, often used for logos. Note the Atari estate in the bottom right and CoinMarketCap’s estate in the top right. Rose Law Group has been advising clients on their due diligence and purchases of property and businesses in the various metaverse platforms. Rose Law Group has recently helped

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Why NFTs will become bigger than bitcoin; ‘sky’s the limit,’ says Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose who has been working with NFTs and digital assets

By Ryan Brown | CNBC “Shark Tank” investor Kevin O’Leary is a big believer in non-fungible tokens — he even thinks they have a shot at becoming bigger than bitcoin. O’Leary, the chairman of O’Shares Investment Advisers, said his belief in NFTs stems from the idea that can they prove ownership of real-world items, such as designer watches or flash cars, digitally

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