We’re Hiring: Litigation Paralegal

Rose Law Group is seeking an experienced litigation paralegal to assist our attorneys with drafting and finalizing legal documents for filing with courts, docketing, case management, discovery support, legal research, trial preparation and other administrative tasks. Requires a highly motivated person with an excellent attitude and outstanding time management and organizational skills. Requires 5+ years of prior litigation experience; knowledge …

Rose Law Group Expands and Names New Chairman of the Real Estate Litigation Department

Rose Law Group pc is proud to announce the expansion of its Real Estate Litigation Department with the naming of Adam Martinez as Chairman. Martinez, an experienced litigator and appellate attorney, is well known in the Arizona real estate community and represents individuals and businesses involved in both commercial and residential real estate disputes and lawsuits, including matters related to contract …

Rose Law Group Chair of Class Action Department Kathryn Honecker talks to ‘The Wall Street Journal’ about important class action case

Case in California would base attorneys’ compensation on hours, not a percentage by Sara Randazzo | The Wall Street Jounrnal A case before California’s highest court could fundamentally change the way class action attorneys are paid—and cut lawyers’ fees in the process. Typically, attorneys who represent plaintiffs in class actions—like employees accusing a company of discrimination, or customers claiming a …

Is an electronic signature valid?

By Loren Ungar | Rose Law Group Attorney The World is well on course to become totally digital. Many businesses are paper-less and even more homes have gone the same route. It’s easier, quicker and the environmentally friendly decision to make but many more grey areas are coming to light including the validity of an electronic signature. Is your electronic …

Courts Disagree on Federal Preemption of “Organic” Labeling; Chair of Rose Law Group Class Action Department, Kathryn Honecker discusses

By Erin Louise Palmer | American Bar Association Federal law does not preempt state law claims challenging “organic” labeling of food and body care products, according to Segedie v. Hain Celestial Group, Inc.. In Segedie, the district court held that the Organic Foods Production Act of 1990 (OFPA) and the National Organic Program (NOP) regulations preempt California and New York …

Judges rule Chris Simcox can question accusers in Ariz. child sex-crime trial; Rose Law Group Attorney Logan Elia discusses on 12 News

By William Pitts | 12 News The judge in the Chris Simcox case seemed to be losing patience with prosecutors Monday as they met to discuss the aftermath of the Arizona Court of Appeals decision to let Simcox question the girls he’s accused of abusing. The former leader of the Minutemen is representing himself against allegations he abused two girls …