Taylor Roderick is a transactional associate whose practice focuses on complex business, real estate, and finance transactions. His tenure working for construction companies informs his legal expertise, with strength in interpreting technical engineering reports and surveys. He is passionate about assisting clients and works to resolve issues quickly and close deals. His experience is built against a variety of unique backdrops: federal land permits, tribal leases, double escrows, etc.
Taylor earned his law degree at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he assisted startups as a senior associate in the Innovation Advancement Program and served as an executive editor of the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. He graduated from the Honors Program at Utah Valley University, magna cum laude, in History and Political Science, serving as a founding member of the Center for Constitutional Studies and studying Ancient Greek. Taylor values giving back to the community and serves in volunteer capacities, such as: local pack leader for the Boy Scouts of America and the Afghan refugee clinic. Taylor enjoys urban gardening, taking his young family on hikes, and trying new recipes in the kitchen.
In The News
At Pinal Partnership breakfast, leaders stress importance of business collaborations; event moderated by Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose
The Pinal Partnership forum lineup was Superior Mayor Mila Besich, from left, Bryan Seppala, principal adviser for Resolution Copper; Maricopa Mayor Nancy Smith, Ron Fleming, president and CEO of Global Water Resources; Apache Junction Mayor Chip Wilson; and J. Brian O’Neill, executive director of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority. Courtesy of Pinal Central By Jodie Newell | Pinal Central CASA
Rose Law Group Corporate Transactions Director Shruti Gurudanti comments on Carta’s exit from secondary trading following credibility hit
By Connie Loizos | Tech Crunch Roughly 72 hours after a prominent startup customer complained that Carta was misusing information with which it was entrusted — scaring many of Carta’s tens of thousands of other customers in the process — Carta is exiting the business that landed it in trouble with the customer. Carta co-founder and CEO Henry Ward posted on Medium tonight that: “Because
Venture capital deal value in 2023 declines, fundraising hits low point; Rose Law Group Corporate Transactions Director Shruti Gurudanti has a tip for investors
By Arleen Jacobius | Pensions & Investments The global venture capital market saw a combined 37,809 transactions worth a combined $345.7 billion in 2023, a 27% decline in number and 35% drop in the value of deals from the prior year, PitchBook data shows. The amount invested in deals hasn’t been as low since 2019 when the total global venture