Keith Walther

Keith Walther joined Rose Law Group in 2016. He graduated from University of Phoenix with an MBA and his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from SUNY Brockport. Before joining Rose Law Group, he was a Finance Manager for over 12 years with a large university. He has a passion for efficiency and is always looking to put his Lean Six Sigma training to good use.

In his spare time, Keith has been a stage and film actor, a published journalist, and currently a devoted father to a wonderful twin son and daughter while attempting to write his great American novel. Keith also enjoys following his favorite sports teams, the New York Yankees and the Buffalo Bills.

Click here to watch a video of Keith expand on his filmmaking experience.

In The News

How will NFTs and cryptocurrency impact Arizona real estate market? Omar Abdallah, Rose Law Group attorney who provides Web3 legal services, weighs in

By Kyle Backer | AZ Big Media Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and CEO of Square, made headlines in March 2021 when he sold his first tweet as a non-fungible token (NFT) for over $2.9 million, which he converted to Bitcoin and donated to a charity assisting Africa’s pandemic response. The digital currency market is raising many questions, including how

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Goldwater Institute accuses Phoenix of ‘property tax shell game’ in lawsuit over incentive deal; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, says incentives are crucial tool for economic development

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal The Goldwater Institute sued the city of Phoenix this week, challenging the use of tax dollars to benefit the developer of a 26-story residential tower being built in downtown Phoenix. Hubbard Street Group and Cresset Real Estate Partners — both based in Chicago — are making their Phoenix debut with the development of this $87 million project

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Brides magazine features Rose Law Group meta-marriage

By Ayuka Matsumoto | Brides Magazine Weddings in the metaverse and vows of eternal love in the blockchain—could this be the future of weddings? In the past few years, technology has become an even larger part of our lives worldwide. Even weddings are now making their way to the virtual space. Online weddings for guests who cannot attend physically have

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