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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In the news:

Arizona limits construction around Phoenix as its water supply dwindles; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose comments

By Christopher Flavelle, Jack Healy | New York Times Arizona has determined that there is not enough groundwater for all of the future housing construction that has already been approved in the Phoenix area, and will stop developers from building some new subdivisions, a sign of looming trouble in the West and other places where overuse, drought and climate change

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WASHINGTON POST: Phoenix area can’t meet groundwater demands over next century; Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, says firm is ready to help

By Joshua Partlow, Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, Isaac Stanley-Becker | Washington Post There is not enough groundwater underneath the Phoenix metropolitan area to meet projected demands over the next century, a finding that could threaten the current home-building boom in outer suburbs that are among the fastest growing parts of the United States, according to an analysis of the groundwater supply released Thursday.

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FOX 10: Gov. Hobbs puts pause on water supply certificates; Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president shares insight

  Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs announced construction around Phoenix will be limited moving forward to protect groundwater supplies. This comes after Arizona was one of three southwestern states to reach a historic agreement to cut millions of gallons of Colorado River water usage over the next four years. FOX 10’s Lindsey Ragas reports. Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose: “ADWR

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David Johnson, water lawyer and chair of Rose Law Group’s water law department, explains what the groundwater announcement means for development

By David Johnson, Rose Law Group “Though a decision like this was expected at some point, it was thought that the announcement might come in a few years and be limited to certain areas of the Phoenix AMA where groundwater overdraft was particularly prevalent.  Today’s announcement was neither years away nor limited in scope as it applies across the Phoenix

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Rose Law Group hires Daniel Shevtsov to strengthen litigation dept.

By Digital Free Press Rose Law Group is welcoming experienced litigator and trial attorney Daniel Shevtsov to its litigation team. Mr. Shevtsov’s practice is primarily focused on the rigorous representation of individuals and businesses in civil litigation matters as prior to joining Rose Law, he worked at another prominent law firm, handling complex litigation matters across a wide range of practice,

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