Rose Law Group featured in Arizona Planning Association conference to discuss Recreational Marijuana

Rose Law Group greatly appreciated the opportunity to present a session at this year’s virtual Arizona Planning Association conference!  Adam Trenk, Partner and Director of Cannabis and Jennifer Hall, Senior Project Manager hosted a session this morning for Arizona land use planners/consultants providing them with  a “crash course” in Prop 207 – Smart and Safe Arizona Act (Recreational Adult Use …

Real Estate Q & A: What can a property owner do if a neighbor blocks an easement?

Adam D. Martinez | Chairman of Real Estate Litigation Department Question:  I own a property in Marana, Arizona, which includes a small airplane hangar, and an easement for “existing roads,” one of which I have used for many years as a private airstrip for taking off and landing small aircraft. The easement passes through my neighbor’s property on both sides. Recently, …

Real Estate Q & A: Is a dispensary lease valid even though illegal under federal law?

Adam D. Martinez | Chairman of Real Estate Litigation Department Question:  My company owns and operates a medical marijuana dispensary in Maricopa County. Prior to applying for a license to operate as s medical marijuana dispensary, we entered a commercial lease. At the time our landlord knew what our business was and we had a very good relationship. After we …

Tempe taxpayers may pay for homeless camp fire that damaged museum; Adam Martinez, chairman of Rose Law Group Real Estate Litigation Department, provides insight

Adam Martinez, chairman of real estate litigation for the Rose Law Group, comments By Ryan Randazzo and Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | The Republic Tempe taxpayers may have to pay $356,000 for damage to the Historical Society Museum caused by a homeless campfire that ignited in Papago Park last year. The state, which owns the museum, filed a claim against the city …