Arizona Republic ‘Top Company to Work For’ — Rose Law Group!

Rose Law Group By Paula Hubbs Cohen | The Republic Recognizing outstanding companies promotes Arizona as a leader in exceptional places to work Welcome to the eighth annual Top Companies To Work For in Arizona, a publication dedicated to showcasing the many accomplishments of the workforce in Arizona. Top Companies to Work for in Arizonais sponsored by Republic Media, The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com in …

Rose Law Group named one of azcentral’s 2018 Top Companies to Work for In Arizona, 5th year in a row

For the 5th year in a row that RLG has been honored as a top company to work for in the state! 27. ROSE LAW GROUP PC INDUSTRY: Legal US/AZ EMPLOYEES: 38/38 ARIZONA LOCATION: Scottsdale TOP US EXECUTIVE: Jordan Rose, Founder and President WEBSITE: roselawgroup.com From inspirational weekly team meetings to monthly Friday Fun days where staff spends an afternoon participating …

Rose Law Group makes ‘The Arizona Republic’s’ ‘Top Companies to Work For’

ROSE LAW GROUP INDUSTRY: Legal US/AZ EMPLOYEES: 41/41 ARIZONA LOCATION: Scottsdale TOP US EXECUTIVE: Jordan Rose, President and Founder WEBSITE: roselawgroup.com From inspirational weekly team meetings to Friday Fun days, where once a month employees spend a Friday afternoon doing all sorts of fun activities such as Spring training games, cart racing, Top Golf and karaoke, Rose Law Group provides …

Pot for leisure could mean billions for states, millions for Ariz.; Rose Law Group Director of Medical Marijuana Department, Ryan Hurley comments

By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | The Republic Arizona could see as much as $113 million in new tax revenue if it legalized marijuana for recreational use and imposed a 15 percent levy on the drug, a new study found. The study by the non-partisan Tax Foundation comes as cannabis supporters in Arizona prepare to turn in hundreds of thousands of …

Rose Law Group Litigator, Sam Doncaster dissects the recent State Court of Appeals case restricting zoning variances

By Samuel Doncaster | Rose Law Group pc At a competitor’s request, the Arizona Court of Appeals reversed a Board of Adjustment decision permitting an owner to close a strip club and replace it with a retail business. The court did this based on a self-inflicted wound theory. It faulted a property owner for selecting the property for use as …

CopperWynd withdraws special use permit for wellness center

The Fountain Hills Times CopperWynd Resort notified town officials Monday that it was withdrawing a special use permit application to transition the facility into a wellness center. Attorney Jordan R. Rose of the Rose Law Group said “it was never the intent of the owners to convert the resort into any kind of drug rehabilitation center, and we are sorry …