Troy Roberts is a litigator with broad legal experience. Troy joined the Rose Law Group after practicing complex civil litigation at a large regional law firm. His civil litigation practice is inclusive, including products liability, personal injury and wrongful death, medical malpractice, insurance defense, commercial and business litigation, probate litigation, and landlord/tenant disputes. Troy is also experienced and involved the with legal issues related to emerging technology such as unmanned aircraft systems (drones) and automated vehicles, as well as cybersecurity and privacy.
He also is familiar with related policy and legislative issues after having completed his Master of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, including conducting policy work internationally for the Congressional Research Service.
Troy is a published author in various periodicals and blogs, including Arizona Attorney, American Bar Association: Corporate Counsel News and Developments Section of Litigation and Product Liability Section of Litigation, and Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology. His recent article “Arizona Civil Verdicts: 2017” was cited in the National Center for State Courts “Jur-E Bulletin.”
Troy also graduated Summa Cum Laude from Grand Canyon University with a B.B.A. in International Business. He acquired his law degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and, while in law school, Troy was a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar and was on the Executive Board for Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology serving as Production Editor.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Troy was an active duty Naval Officer and Aviator having conducted multiple overseas deployments. In addition to flying missions, he coordinated operations with small, medium, and large organizational units. Troy was also an Assistant Professor of Naval Science at the University of Texas at Austin where he instructed undergraduates on various naval subjects. Troy recently retired after 20 years of active and reserve duty holding the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Troy has a commercial instrument flight rating for single engine fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft and is well versed in aviation issues and aircraft systems.
Troy is a member of the Defense Research Institute, Maricopa County Bar Association, Arizona Association of Defense Counsel, and the Sandra Day O’Connor Inn of Court. He is also a board member of the Arizona Insurance Claims Association.
2015 – “Feds Release Proposed Regulations for Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” Co-Author, American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Corporate Counsel News & Developments (February 23, 2015); “Cleared for Takeoff? Feds Release Proposed Regulations for Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” Co-Author, Into the Breach … Data Privacy & Protection Blog (February 19, 2015)
2009 – Published Amici Curiae attorney for Phoenix Children’s Hospital v. Grant (CV 2009-029563).
2009 – “On the Radar: Government Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Their Effect on Public Privacy Interests from Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence and Legislative Policy Perspectives,” Comment Author, 49 Jurimetrics J. 491-518 (2009)
2006 – “Port and Supply-Chain Security Initiatives in the United States and Abroad,” Co-Author, prepared for the Congressional Research Service (2006).
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