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.
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More on Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich’s fight for rooftop solar at the Arizona Corporation Commission
By Tim Stellar | Arizona Daily Star The commissioners were drilling deep into UniSource Energy Service’s efficiency efforts Thursday when they struck a favorite: The tree giveaway program. Arizona Corporation Commissioner Nick Myers, who was elected in November, questioned the utility representative’s assertion that the company checks on where customers plant their trees. ‘You mentioned you go out and spot-check
Court Rich, Rose Law Group co-founder and renewable energy and utility infrastructure department director, gets accolades from Tesla!
Rohan Patel, senior global director of public policy and business development at Tesla, sent out a tweet to Rose Law Group Co-founder Court Rich in the wake of his huge win for rooftop solar last week before the Arizona Corporation Commission. Rich’s message to the regulatory body helped persuade commissioners from making deeper cuts to grid credits for solar customers. Kudos from Rohan: “Thanks for
Tucson Electric Power’s new solar customers to see lower credits; Rose Law Group co-founder Court Rich calls for “due process”
By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star New rooftop-solar customers of Tucson Electric Power will get 10% lower credits for excess energy they export to the grid, under a reset of such credits approved Thursday by the Arizona Corporation Commission. But the utility panel voted to put off until October discussion of changes to the solar export credits, after hearing an earful