Judge to decide whether tax on rich initiative used deceptive language; RLG Attorney Tom Galvin Comments

By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via AZ Capitol Times Business interests trying to quash a vote on higher taxes on the rich sought to convince a judge Wednesday that extent and breadth of the proposed new levy is being purposely understated and misleading. Challengers funded by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry contend that those gathering signatures …

Supreme Court says a state may require presidential electors to support its popular-vote winner; RLG attorney Tom Galvin explains

A pedestrian holding an umbrella walks along the steps to the Supreme Court Building, as a series of rulings are issued at the United States Supreme Court in Washington, U.S., July 6, 2020. /REUTERS/Tom Brenner By Robert Barnes | The Washington Post The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that a state may require presidential electors to support the winner of …

Governor Ducey extends ‘stay at home’ order, with modifications

By Thomas Galvin | Attorney at Rose Law Group Governor Ducey extended his “Stay home, Stay healthy, Stay connected” executive order just one day before its April 30th deadline. The executive order is now in effect until May 15th, but there are important modifications. Beginning on Monday May 4th, retailers, who have not been listed as “essential services”, and who are involved in the …

Keys to navigating SBA help, landlord-tenant challenges during COVID-19

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Rose Law Group hosted a virtual round table yesterday aimed at helping businesses, landlords and tenants navigate the Care Act economic stimulus bill and other ways for businesses to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our goal is to save all of our clients businesses,” said Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose. You can check …

RLG regulatory attorney Tom Galvin talks stopgaps as Scottsdale businesses struggle to survive

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress On normal days, Melissa Fink finds herself preoccupied with glitter and glam as dozens of children celebrate birthdays, have tea parties and attend camps at her Scottsdale business that is dedicated to all things girly. But things have changed as the coronavirus has impacted businesses across all sectors, causing layoffs, revenue drops and Scottsdale …

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 …

What is ‘Shelter In Place’? Could it be called for in Arizona? What are essential businesses and would yours qualify under ‘extraordinary measures’? RLG regulatory attorney Thomas Galvin has answers

By Thomas Galvin, Attorney at Rose Law Group We are looking at other jurisdictions and other states and seeing what they are doing to flatten the curve of the threat from Covid-19. Today we look at Nevada and San Francisco. Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak issued a “Risk Mitigation Initiative,” which ,while not an executive order, is issued as a guidance …

ROSE LAW GROUP Can Help You as the SBA Provides Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Covid-19

By Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group Attorney ROSE LAW GROUP has been reviewing and researching the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently signed by President Donald Trump. The US Small Business Administration (SBA) will provide small businesses that are impacted by Coronavirus up to $2 million each in disaster assistance loans. These low-interest federal disaster loans will provide working capital for …