Scottsdale Businesswoman Sues To Scuttle Prop 208

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the plaintiffs in this case.)  By Scottsdale Progress A Scottsdale businesswoman is taking on the newly voter-approved proposition that adds an income tax surcharge to wealthy wage earners to fund public education. Ann Siner, CEO and founder of My Sister’s Closet, headquartered in Scottsdale, and retired Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Buttrick were to …

Fighting Prop 208: Valley Business Owners Plan Lawsuit To Stop Tax Hike From Going Into Effect

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the plaintiffs in this case.) By Nicole Garcia | Fox 10 Phoenix PHOENIX – Earlier this month, voters passed Proposition 208, the measure that would raise taxes for the state’s high-income earners. The funds would go to education, but opponents are ready to file a lawsuit, trying to squash the tax hike before it goes into effect. Prop 208 passed with more than 50% of the vote and would take effect January 1, but Valley business owners and attorneys say …

Legal Challenge Primed Against Arizona’s New, Voter-Approved Education Tax; Rose Law Group featured in AZ Daily Star and KJZZ

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the plaintiffs in this case) By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services | AZ Daily Star PHOENIX — A Scottsdale business owner and a retired judge are challenging the legality of the just-approved tax hike on Arizona’s wealthy to provide more dollars for K-12 education. There is no constitutional authority for voters to levy a …

Can Companies Require Employees To Get COVID Vaccination? Logan Elia, Rose Law Group Partner And Litigation Attorney, Talks With 3TV

Click to watch! By Brittni Thomason | AZFamily SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Even if you don’t want the COVID-19 vaccine, your employer might ask you to get it. Your company can even require it, according to a Scottsdale attorney. “If your employer requires it, and you don’t do it, then it is likely you’ll lose your job,” said Attorney Logan …

Should You Be Able To Sue A Business For Exposing You To Coronavirus? Rose Law Group Partner And Litigation Attorney Logan Elia Has Insight.

By Christian Britschgi | Reason Negotiations over yet another coronavirus relief bill are picking up again. With them comes the possibility that Congress will pass legislation shielding businesses from civil lawsuits alleging they exposed consumers or workers to COVID-19. Liability protections have long been a demand of the business community, which has said that, absent congressional action, a “litigation wave” could …

Fortnite creator sues Apple after game banned from App Store, Rose Law Group Partner Logan Elia predicts settlement

By Jack Nicas, Kellen Browning and Erin Griffith | New York Times Apple’s spat with app developers over its cut of their revenues exploded into a high-stakes clash on Thursday when Apple kicked the wildly popular game Fortnite off iPhones and the game’s maker hit back with a lawsuit. The fight began on Thursday morning with a clear provocation. Epic Games, the maker …

The Rose Report: Police powers and free speech [PODCAST]

On this episode, hosts Wafa Shahid, Dan Gauthier and Olen Lenets interview Rose Law Group partner Logan Elia about police powers and free speech in the aftermath of the events following George Floyd’s tragic death. This episode is split into two parts given the importance and gravity of the topic. The first part covers police powers and the second part covers free speech. Elia provides thoughtful analysis on various …

How to Legally Protect your Business from Looting

By Peter Furlow | Rose Law Group Law Clerk Thousands of individuals across the country took to the streets in protest following the death of George Floyd. Floyd, 46, died while being placed under arrest by police officers outside a shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On Saturday, Scottsdale police said that, “millions of dollars in damages and theft” occurred as a result of …

Expectations amid coronavirus. Here’s what RLG Partner and Litigation Attorney Logan Elia says [VIDEO]

Rose Law Group Partner Logan Elia discusses expectations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Coronavirus Task Force team at Rose Law Group is led by partners, Jordan Rose, Court Rich, Cameron Carter, Kaine Fisher, David McDowell, Adam Trenk, Logan Elia and attorneys Eric Hill and Jonathan Udell.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.