Congress divided over whether to kill thousands of wild horses; Rose Law Group equine lawyer Adam Trenk suggests ‘holisic’ approach

Crush of the animals causing environmental damages By Josh Siegel | Washington Examiner John Ruhs, the Bureau of Land Management’s director in Nevada, helps oversee 37,700 wild horses and burros roaming federal lands in the state, more than three times the number the agency has determined the ranges there can sustain. Nevada bears the worst of a problem trampling the …

Adam M. Trenk

Founder and President Practice Areas: Cannabis Law, Hemp Law, Equine Law, Land Use and Zoning, Government Affairs, Administrative Law, Aviation Law Team Overview 480.240.5647 Email LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Adam M. Trenk practices law in the areas of cannabis and hemp regulation, public policy, zoning, aviation, equine, and business. He also works as a strategist consulting across multiple industries on matters of government relations and corporate development. …

Rose Law Group equine attorney Adam Trenk on cover of ‘Arizona Horse Connection’

When you consult with Adam Trenk, Esq., for help with an equestrian matter, a real estate transaction, dealing with government agencies, or to resolve a dispute, you aren’t hiring just any lawyer. You are consulting with a man who has been a dedicated public servant and advocate for the equestrian lifestyle. What makes this Equine Attorney just right for the …

Desert Foothills Chronicle guest editorial by Rose Law Group attorney and Cave Creek Vice Mayor, Adam Trenk: Cave Creek has a lot to be thankful for this year

By Adam Trenk Vice Mayor, Cave Creek As Thanksgiving approaches, whether you realize it or not, Cave Creek has a lot to be thankful for. Since Mike Durkin, Charles Spitzer, Reg Monachino and myself took office on June 3, 2013, Cave Creek’s Town Hall has seen unprecedented advancements in fiscal responsibility, transparency, accessibility, accountability, and economic development, all while simultaneously …