Planning Positives

By Andrew Lorentzen, Planner at Rose Law Group Self-isolation and social distancing in the age of Covid-19 have made interesting times for local governments and city halls across America. While many city hall complexes have shut their doors to walk- in services and in-person meetings, the men and women who dutifully provide our city functions have adapted and continue to operate. Email …

Rose Law Group Partner Adam Trenk, director of cannabis, hemp and equine law departments, discusses RLG Coronavirus Task Force [VIDEO]

RLG Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Adam Trenk talks about the mission of RLG’s Coronavirus Task Force. 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 and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.

Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order Detailing “Essential Services”, RLG Founder Jordan Rose Says It’s “Good Balancing – Keeps Businesses Open and Protects Health.”

News Release March 23, 2020 Order Provides Clarity And Certainty For Business Owners, Workers PHOENIX⁠ — Governor Doug Ducey today issued an executive order clarifying businesses and operations deemed “essential” by the state and providing certainty to business owners, employees and families. The order is a proactive and administrative measure to ensure consistent guidance across the state. “Arizona is focused on limiting …

Summary of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

By Jonathan Udell, Cannabis and Litigation Attorney at Rose Law Group The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) contains two relevant acts that affect employers, (1) the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act and (2) the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act. H.R. 6201, available at https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/6201. Division C—Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act …

Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher talks about courts and Coronavirus

RLG Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher, talks about how courts go about business during the Coronavirus 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 and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.

RLG regulatory attorney Thomas Galvin talks to Arizona Republic about helping local businesses, in report on how Old Town Scottsdale is now a ‘ghost town’ in peak tourist season

By Lorraine Longhi | The Republic On Thursday, when Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane declared a state of emergency, he stopped short of shuttering businesses. That became moot when the governor stepped in to do so. Lane said Scottsdale has “many industries other than tourism,” and that he did not want to act without taking steps to thoroughly investigate the effects it would have …

Rose Law Group’s New (Virtual) Power Lunch…The New Economy

By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff It looks like the New Economy New (virtual) Power Lunch by Rose Law Group was a hit… first one has 189 viewers!  If you missed it watch here and next week book em… 12-1 Friday we have a standing new power date. Details on another riveting panel to come… thank you everyone for participating. Now that’s …

Seven guidelines for parents who are divorce/separated and sharing custody of children during the COVID-19 pandemic

1. BE HEALTHY. Comply with all CDC and local and state guidelines and model good behavior for your children with intensive hand washing, wiping down surfaces and other objects that are frequently touched, and maintaining social distancing. This also means BE INFORMED. Stay in touch with the most reliable media sources and avoid the rumor mill on social media. 2. BE MINDFUL. …

Quarantined with an abuser

By Audra Petrolle, Family Law Attorney at Rose Law Group For some, the coronavirus pandemic is only going to exacerbate real ongoing struggles in your everyday life. Quarantining for victims of domestic violence can be a very scary thought. If you are the victim of domestic violence and are afraid of being quarantined with the perpetrator, the best thing you can do …