Adam Martinez, Chairman of Rose Law Group Real Estate Litigation Department, explains Arizona Court of Appeals HOA director decision

By Adam Martinez | Chairman of Rose Law Group Real Estate Litigation Department The Arizona Court of Appeals on Wednesday reversed a trial court’s decision that permitted an HOA to exclude a rogue board director from executive board meetings. After the rogue director received an email from a former employee that accused a current employee of misconduct, the board met in an …

Circle Records building development continues discussion

(Note: Rose Law Group represents Empire Group) By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal A Scottsdale development firm looking to build a 19-story apartment building on the Circles Records property near downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row area continues to push for the project and a property tax break even as opponents dig in their heels. The fight over Scottsdale-based Empire Group …

Real estate industry sees benefits, changes from technology use; Jordan Rose, founder and president Rose Law Group, quoted by the Phoenix Business Journal

By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Technology is shaping commercial real estate in two ways: The way professionals work and the way workplaces are changing. “Technology allows teams to work from anywhere, but that means that you don’t get vacations anymore,” said Catharine Teeters, regional director for sales management at CBRE. It’s not just the intrusion of business …

Obama takes on zoning laws in bid to build more housing, spur growth; Jordan Rose founder, president, Rose Law Group and Land Use /Zoning Attorney, comments

By Lorraine Woellert | POLITICO The Obama administration Monday is calling on cities and counties to rethink their zoning laws, saying that antiquated rules on construction, housing and land use are contributing to high rents and income inequality, and dragging down the U.S. economy as a whole. City zoning battles usually are fought block by block, and the president’s involvement …

Jordan Rose, Founder and President of Rose Law Group quoted in Phoenix Business Journal article, Women are making inroads in commercial real estate, yet challenges remain in construction and development

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Deb Stark has been around Arizona real estate development since the 1980s. Throughout her career, now as a Phoenix City Councilwoman and former city and Maricopa County planning director, Stark saw development and real estate projects dominated by men. Now, Stark sees more women involved in projects as zoning attorneys and in other …

Tom Galvin, Rose Law Group land use attorney with an emphasis on water law, provides analysis of the precarious state of Lake Mead and Lake Powell water levels

By Thomas Galvin, land use attorney at Rose Law Group, with a focus on water law; candidate for the CAP board in 2016. At a recent briefing, Thomas Buschatzke, director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources, and Ted Cooke, general manager of the Central Arizona Project (CAP), provided a stark assessment of the Colorado River for those assembled in …

Adam Martinez, Chairman of Rose Law Group real estate litigation department provides insight into Arizona Court of Appeals broker liability for a wrongful death lawsuit

Arizona Real Estate Brokerage Not Liable for Agent Car Accident By Adam Martinez Chair of Rose Law Group Real Estate Litigation Department Today, the Arizona Court of Appeals handed down a decision upholding a trial court’s dismissal of a wrongful death lawsuit against an Arizona brokerage (Santorii v. RE/Max Professionals, 1 CA-CV 15-0211). The lawsuit was filed against the brokerage …

Developers bringing gated community to former nursery property in Phoenix

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Empire Group) By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Scottsdale developers Richard Felker and Rich Zacher have started construction on a new 44-home gated, semi-custom home development at 40th Street and Osborn Road in Phoenix. The Villas at Baker Park are being built on what used to be the Baker Nursery property. The nursery …

Raven Golf Club not downsizing, owners say

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the Raven) By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal The owners of the Raven Golf Club plan to keep the 164-acre course near South Mountain at 18 holes. A real estate group had floated the idea of reducing the Raven down to nine holes and build some new homes on the course near Baseline Road …