[AZRE] Ben Cooper joins Rose Law Group

by AZRE Scottsdale based Rose Law Group pc recently hired Ben Cooper, an experienced business consultant and former member of the Gilbert Town Council and Vice President of Business Development for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC). Cooper joins Rose Law Group as a Senior Project Manager. “It’s an honor to join Jordan Rose and her innovative team,” said Cooper. …

Rose Law Group Lands Former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Policy Advisor Thomas Galvin

Galvin Brings Government and Real Estate Background to Enhance Zoning and Land Use Practice Group (SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Scottsdale based Rose Law Group pc is pleased to announce the hiring of Former Policy Advisor for the Arizona Corporation Commission, Attorney Thomas Galvin, to its zoning and land use practice group. Galvin served as The Policy Advisor to Commissioner Brenda Burns, …

Rose Law Group Director of Project Management Chris Webb comments on Maricopa zoning rewrite

By Kathleen Stinson | inMaricopa.com The Maricopa Zoning Rewrite Task Force finished discussing the Zoning Code Draft Wednesday and voted unanimously to recommend it to the city Planning and Zoning Commission. After making some last-minute tweaks Wednesday to the Zoning Code Final Review Draft, the Zoning Code Rewrite Task Force recommended it to the Planning and Zoning Commission. The task …

Scottsdale’s Cannabis-Rx buying up real estate for marijuana-related businesses – Rose Law Group Partner, Ryan Hurley, says he is seeing a trend

by Angela Gonzales for Phoenix Business Journal Cannabis-Rx Inc., a Scottsdale-based real estate company that is buying real estate for the medical marijuana industry, has paid $3.26 million for properties in California, Illinois and Florida. Ryan Hurley, an attorney with Rose Law Group pc in Scottsdale, said he is seeing a trend in over-the-counter public companies looking to capitalize on …

Cameron Carter, Partner/Director Rose Law Group Transactional Department weighs in on Sierra Reserve purchase

By Kristena Hansen | Phoenix Business Journal Last week we learned the 223-acre Sierra Reserve project in north Scottsdale had been scooped up by billionaire Bob Parsons, pulling the plug on developer Lyle Anderson’s long-awaited plans there for about 250 luxury homes and a boutique hotel. Neither Parsons or Anderson were willing to disclose the price paid for the vacant …