Kim Hearn

Kim Hearn has been a litigation paralegal since 1990.  She is advanced certified through the National Association of Legal Assistants in Trial Practice, E-Discovery and Business Organization.  During her career, Kim has had the opportunity to work in many areas of litigation including commercial litigation, medical malpractice, personal injury and insurance bad faith.  Kim served on the Arizona Paralegal Association Board of Directors in many capacities, including President, for 11 years.  In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with her family and friends, practicing yoga, biking, hiking, traveling and cooking.

In The News

Andrew Turk, Rose Law Group litigation department chair, and Olen Lenets, Rose Law Group litigation department senior associate, on rules of professionalism for litigators

By Andrew Turk & Olen Lenets | Maricopa Lawyer Litigators are trained to deal with adverse parties. This does not mean that your opposition is your enemy. In fact, the Arizona bar is small enough that the chances of running into your opponent again (and again) is all too high. Your opposing counsel one day (or in one case) may

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Mercado Courtyards, with essential worker program, approved by Scottsdale development board; Rose Law Group Co-founder Court Rich makes the case

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Caliber.) By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress Two complexes that would bring a combined 492 apartments to an area near the intersection of 92nd Street and Shea Boulevard have won their first round of city approvals. The Scottsdale Development Review Board voted Nov. 3 to recommend City Council and City Planning Commission approval of the

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Chandler tables ordinance aimed at data center developers after Rose Law Group Senior Partner and Real Estate Transactions Department Chair, Cameron Carter, addresses city council

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Aligned Data Centers.) By Ron Davis | Phoenix Business Journal After hearing from a data center developer’s lawyer, Chandler City Council postponed action until next month on an ordinance that would add noise and other requirements for data centers within the city. The decision came after Cameron Carter, an attorney with Rose Law Group who

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