Identity Theft Restoration, Privacy Protection

Identity theft reached new highs in 2016, with 15.4 million U.S. victims losing $16 billion. In addition to the out of pocket cost, identity theft victims spend, on average, 200 hours to recover their identities. We can help. Rose Law Group pc offers robust proactive and reactive identity theft and privacy related services.

Comprehensive Personal Privacy Review

Rose Law Group pc conducts in-depth personal privacy reviews for clients who want to prevent identity theft and improper data use or collection. Our attorneys develop preventative plans to avoid identity theft, data misuse and personal privacy.

Identity Theft Restoration

While we can’t always prevent identity theft, Rose Law Group pc can save you time, money and the struggle of dealing with identity theft alone. We handle your communications with all third-parties with the goal of fully restoring your identity.

Identity Theft and Privacy Litigation

Unfortunately, restoring your identity and protecting your personal information are not always simple tasks. Your personal information can be frequently misused or improperly disclosed, resulting in financial, reputational and other harms. Rose Law Group’s experienced litigators advocate for our clients’ right to privacy protection and freedom from identity theft.

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Thomas Galvin, partner at Rose Law Group, sworn in as Maricopa County Supervisor

By Rose Law Group Reporter At his swearing-in ceremony as Maricopa County Supervisor on Tuesday, Thomas Galvin  — a partner at Rose Law Group — delivered remarks on those and other important matters impacting District 2, as well as residents across the county and the entire state.  Top priorities: Property tax Affordable housing Rio Verde Foothills water Public safety Elections To

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Chandler approves data center ordinance following input from Rose Law Group Senior Partner and Real Estate Transactions Department Chair, Cameron Carter

(Via City of Chandler) By Ron Davis | Phoenix Business Journal Chandler City Council approved ordinances Monday for a new provisions on data center development and a new downtown mixed-use development. Council unanimously voted to collectively approve adoption of a zoning code amendment for the location and operation of data centers and a rezoning and preliminary development plan for The District Downtown on its consent agenda, which included other ordinances. Read the full subscription story from

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