Public Private Partnerships

Rose Law Group has extensive experience building and implementing successful Public Private Partnerships. Rose Law Group has worked with private entities seeking partnerships with various public entities throughout Arizona on diverse public infrastructure projects. Some of the projects have included freeways, toll facilities, roadways, utilities, non-profit public service related activities and energy saving projects. We were also involved in the legislative efforts, commenting on the language and assisting with votes to support the recently adopted PPP legislation in Arizona.

We advise on the business, bonding and tax implications of various relationships and have been involved in solicited and unsolicited Public Proposal Requests. Our attorneys are asked to speak throughout the state on this issue and are highly qualified to assist clients in the implementation of successful PPP’s.

Our PPP team is prepared to provide legal counseling on infrastructure development issues, outline different options for funding new development projects, including utilizing government incentive programs and negotiate and draft development agreements and contracts. Rose Law Group prides itself on our exceptional level of customer service – this is just one more area in which we can ensure that the end result is in our client’s very best interest!

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Prop. 469 key to Pinal roadways, leaders say

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring new transportation infrastructure to the region.) By Kimlye Stager | Pinal Central MARICOPA — Proposition 469 presents Pinal County with solutions to improving roadways and connectivity, area leaders were told Friday. This month’s Pinal Partnership breakfast, held at the Maricopa Library and Cultural Center, focused on the

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Pinal Partnership Recap: Road tax back on ballot? Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose moderates discussion

By Jodie Newell | Maricopa Monitor CASA GRANDE — A panel discussion held at Friday’s Pinal Partnership breakfast has revealed that the road tax struck down by the Arizona Supreme Court last month may return on the Nov. 8 ballot. Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer said it is logistically possible for the road tax to appear on the upcoming election

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