Pinal County Board Of Supervisors – Reflect, Celebrate & Look Ahead

  Click here to watch!   By Madelaine Braggs, Chief Digital Officer | Rose Law Group Reporter The Pinal County Board of Supervisors is reflecting on nearly a decade of accomplishments and developments for the community. Harold Christ, President and CEO of Pinal Partnership, kicked off today’s virtual panel discussion by noting how celebrations are “bittersweet” as several board members …

Concern Over Debt Agreement Raised As Hearing Begins On Sale Of Johnson Utilities; Court Rich, Co-Founder Of Rose Law Group, Weighs In

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents landowners and homebuilders working with the ACC to find a utility solution in the Johnson Utilities service area.)  By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Florence Reminder Blade Tribune PHOENIX — The biggest concern raised during opening statements in a hearing Wednesday on the possible sale of Johnson Utilities to EPCOR Water was an agreement to defer about …

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 …

Renters Evicted Despite Federal Law; Olen Lenets, Rose Law Group Attorney, Speaks To ‘Disconnect’

By Catherine Reagor, Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Landlords wrongfully acted to evict metro Phoenix renters during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic despite a federal law protecting tenants from losing their homes if they couldn’t pay rent. More than 900 evictions were filed against tenants who likely should have been protected by the federal CARES Act, according to an …

HealthyVerify Helping Goodyear Put On This Year’s Holiday Show

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification) By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter HealthyVerify Certification is helping the city of Goodyear put on its Holiday Show Variety next month. HealthyVerify helps workplaces, performing arts venues, school districts, restaurants as well as nonprofits and government organizations abide by COVID-related mandates and go above and beyond U.S. Centers for Disease Control …

How Will Arizona Proceed In Licensing Recreational Marijuana Businesses? Insights from Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Cannabis Attorney

KMSB/KOLD aired November, 4, 2020 By Rose Law Group Reporter Rose Law Group Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk was interviewed by KOLD/KMSB’s Shaley Sanders to paint a picture of what’s next for legalized marijuana in Arizona. As local business owners prepare for expansions, the Arizona Department of Health Services has to prepare the new rules. Trenk says April 5th is their deadline. …

Recreational Marijuana Expected To Bring In $300M Says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Director

By Arrianee Lebeau | AZ Family Now that voters here in Arizona have approved legalizing recreational marijuana, now anyone over the age of 21 would be able to have about 1 ounce of it. Now, Proposition 207 is predicted to bring about $300 million a year. Voters struck down a similar initiative back in 2016. “The law has it earmarked to …

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Marijuana Lawyer, Chats With Fox11 On Prop 207 Regulations

By Shaley Sanders | KOLD Fox 11 aired November, 4, 2020 Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Cannabis Department Director, caught up with KOLD Tucson Fox 11’s Shaley Sanders after half a million voters voted to pass Prop 207, legalizing recreational marijuana in the state. A similar Smoking marijuana in open places will be prohibited and employers can decide whether to allow marijuana …

Rose Law Group’s Adam Trenk Interviewed Live On KTVK CBS 3

By CBS 3 aired November 4, 2020 “It’s symptomatic of a changing mood across the nation and state that marijuana is no longer taboo as it used to be,” said Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Cannabis Department Director. There will be a 16 percent tax going towards several things across Arizona like community colleges, roads and infrastructure, and public services …

How Next Administration Could Tackle Multifamily Issues; Dan Gauthier, Rose Law Group Transactional Attorney Handling Many Opportunity Zone Investments, Comments

By Gail Kalinoski | Multi-Housing News Multifamily experts expect housing issues to play a big role in the new administration. They are also anticipating a divided Congress, which may postpone tax reform and could hurt investors with changes to 1031 exchanges and Opportunity Zones. “Housing–and particularly affordable–has been a mainstay of the campaign platform and will be front-and-center domestic policy …