Sober-living facility leaving Paradise Valley; home for sale for $1.1 million; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, weighs in on ‘bad actors’

By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times A sober-living home that caused a small uproar in upscale Paradise Valley is on its way out. The house, located at 6710 East Fanfol Drive, is listed for sale after prompting a complaint from the Town of Paradise Valley and concerns from neighbors. The sober-living home is currently home to a group of residents recovering from …

[EXCLUSIVE] Breaking – Arizona State Land Dept., Shea, Pulte, Taylor Morrison close Westside deal

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Aloravita The Arizona State Land Department, Aloravita I, LLC, Shea Homes Limited Partnership, Pulte Home Company, LLC and Taylor Morrison/Arizona, Inc. closed Friday on the $15.9 Million sale of a 103.44-acre property located in Peoria at 75thAvenue and Jomax Road within the Aloravita Master Planned Community. Aloravita I (Dave Allsop) was the underlying Certificate of Purchase …

Groundwater and development plans in Pinal County; Rose Law Group founder and president Jordan Rose says Pinal has ‘plenty of water for decades to come’

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Copper Mountain Ranch By Dustin Gardiner | The Republic Plans for a large master-planed community in Casa Grande have hit a major roadblock: The state of Arizona says there might not be enough water underground in aquifers to support the new rooftops. And the development isn’t the only one with a water problem that could halt construction. READ ON:  

Residents rally against unregulated Paradise Valley sober-living facility; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose comments

By Terrance Thornton | Paradise Valley Independent A collection of residents are raising concerns regarding an alleged sober-living facility operating outside of established zoning privileges at 6710 E. Fanfol Drive in the Town of Paradise Valley. “I have lived in the same house for 47 years,” said Paradise Valley resident Sande Simon in a Sept. 5 phone interview. “My husband was …

More law firms are accepting Bitcoin payments; good business decision says Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president

By Sara Merken | Bloomberg Law More large law firms are accepting bitcoin payments for their legal services, signaling the digital currency’s firmer foothold in corporate America. Representatives from firms such as Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Frost Brown Todd LLC, and McLaughlin & Stern LLP told Bloomberg BNA that they started the new payment option to meet the demand of …

SAMM Awards will celebrate Valley’s homebuilding industry; Arizona ground zero for homebuilder innovation says Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president

AZ Business Magazine Noting this season as the busiest summer many in the Valley of the Sun real estate market have ever seen, following an impressive first half of 2017, the local homebuilding industry is celebrating with the SAMM Awards, 4 – 7:30 p.m., Nov. 8, at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia in Paradise Valley. “The Greater …

How porn can get you fired, sued, exposed and blackmailed; insight provided by Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president, and Lauren Reynolds, Rose Law Group cybersecurity attorney

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Jordan Rose and Lauren Reynolds are seeing a number of new lawsuits being filed in Arizona involving copyright infringement related to purported downloads of movies, pornography and other material online. “Regular people, business leaders, moms are being sued for allegedly illegally downloading movies and pornography from file-sharing programs,” said Rose, managing partner of the Scottsdale law …

Neighbors furious after rehab group home opens next door; Jordan Rose, founder and president Rose Law Group, interviewed by CBS 5

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents neighbors fighting to protect the residential character of their neighborhood) By By Amanda Goodman | AzFamily Neighbors in a Phoenix community are furious after learning recovering addicts just moved into a house on their block. “We’re real concerned about the change in environment that might happen,” said Peggy Weeks. Weeks and others live on or near Shangri …