Rose Law Group adds automotive investment group focused on collector car buyers

A new study by conducted by the Seidman Institute at Arizona State University found that Westworld generates $3.9 million in annual direct tax benefits collected by Scottsdale. A bulk of that is generated through two signature events — the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction (pictured) and the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. / Photo by Kimberly Carillo / Scottsdale Progress

By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal

With thousands of cars worth millions of dollars being auctioned off every year in Scottsdale, it makes sense for a local law firm to add expertise for car collecting enthusiasts.

Eric Hill, an attorney at Scottsdale’s Rose Law Group pc, is leading a new automotive investment practice at the firm. The group’s focus will be helping clients in often high-priced transactions related to rare and collectible cars.

Hill, who also is an expert in renewable energy law, has had a passion for cars for years and follows the collector auto market closely, so he decided it was time to apply that knowledge to his work.

“It is nice to work with an attorney who is on the same page as you and is a subject expert,” Hill said.