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
By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter Having a worse case scenario plan can make all the difference for a business’ long-term success. That was the featured topic at this week’s ‘World’s Best Connectors‘ round table, presented by Shruti Gurudanti, Corporate Transaction Chair at Rose Law Group. Gurudanti says due to covid, 31.3% of small businesses in Arizona closed down and many
Supreme Court rules ruling deals major setback to Prop 208, ruling vital provisions are unconstitutional. Sends case back to trial court.
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Ann Siner of My Sister’s Closet and Judge John Buttrick in their litigation efforts against 208.) By Jeremy Duda | AZ Mirror The Arizona Supreme Court refused to block a voter-approved tax hike on the state’s top earners, rejecting a challenge brought by Republican lawmakers and a local business, who argued that the tax violated
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Ann Siner of My Sister’s Closet and Judge John Buttrick in their litigation efforts against 208.) By Arjun Rondla | Chamber Business News The Arizona Supreme Court last Thursday issued a ruling that puts the future of Proposition 208 on shaky ground. Narrowly adopted by voters last November, Proposition 208 sought to increase Arizona’s top state income tax rate by more than