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 …

Florence’s Ongoing Building Boom Draws Kudos From Rose Law Group Founder And President Jordan Rose

By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder FLORENCE – Home building continues to boom in Florence, Town Manager Brent Billingsley reported to the Town Council. The 12-month period ending Aug. 31 saw an increase of 56.7% in the number of single-family building permits in Florence over the same period last year, “which was a banner year for us if you recall,” …

Rose Law Group Cannabis Attorney Jonathan Udell Comments On Pima County Dismissing Marijuana Charges

By Anthony Victor Reyes | KVOA TUCSON (KVOA) – With the legalization of recreational marijuana on the horizon after Proposition 207 passed last week, the Pima County Attorney’s Office announced that it will dismiss all pending cases simple possession for personal use of marijuana on Tuesday. After voting against legalizing recreational marijuana in 2016, voters came out in droves on Nov. …

Jonathan Udell, Marijuana Attorney At Rose Law Group, Takes Issue With Peoria Ordinance Making It Illegal To Smoke, Consume Marijuana

By Philip Haldiman | Peoria Independent Now that recreational marijuana is poised to become legal in Arizona, Valley cities will begin amending their ordinances to become compliant with the new law. Peoria is among the first to begin regulating how the new industry will look within the city. The Peoria City Council approved an ordinance Nov. 10 prohibiting smoking and …

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner And Cannabis Department Director, Chats With KJZZ About Recreational Marijuana Matters

  By Mark Brodie | KJZZ MARK BRODIE: But first, Arizona voters have overwhelmingly approved legalizing recreational marijuana in the state, so once the vote is made official, the new law can start being implemented. But there will likely be legal questions as this new program is being rolled out. With me to talk through some of them is Adam Trenk, …