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[SUNDAY FEATURE] All rise. The artificially intelligent judge is in the court

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  A court hands down an opinion: thoughtfully reasoned, forcefully argued, eminently fair. It’s lauded widely — until it comes out that the author wasn’t a renowned judge but rather an advanced artificial intelligence system. The big question: Should the opinion be rejected because of its source, even if it’s indistinguishable from — or better […]

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Congratulations, Arizona! Turnout in the 2018 midterms smashed records

Posted by   3 days ago

By Agnel Philip | Arizona Republic About 2.4 million Arizonans cast ballots in the 2018 midterms, the highest turnout percentage since 1982, according to the latest estimates. Arizona voter turnout in 2018 will be the highest it has been for a midterm election in 36 years. Related:Arizona political ad spending hit record high – $129M […]

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Busting MMA Misconceptions (Hint: It’s not about violence.)

Posted by   5 days ago

By Laura Bianchi The first time I walked into an MMA gym seven years ago, I said to myself, “What have I gotten myself into?” At the time, I was desperate for a new physical and mental outlet. I had been a yogi for 13 years, but my intense daily sessions had left me with […]

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Barrett-Jackson Aspen Valley Polo Club four-peats Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship in front of record crowd; Grant Ganzi named MVP

Posted by   5 days ago

(Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.)   SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, November 13, 2018–Aspen Valley Polo Club made history again winning its fourth consecutive title at the recent eighth annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship at WestWorld of Scottsdale. By Sharon Robb   Barrett Jackson-Aspen Valley Polo Club (Melissa Ganzi, […]

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The Arizona drought: Colorado River Indian Tribes to the rescue! Rose Law Group Founder & President Jordan Rose lauds the move

Posted by   6 days ago

  By John Wright | Parker Live With water levels continuing to drop toward a ‘shortage’ declaration at Lake Mead, the state has been meeting with stakeholders for months to forge a Drought Contingency Plan (DCP). The offer, outlined in a November 9th letter to the Arizona Department of Water Resources and the Central Arizona […]

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Frank Riggs and his “terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day on Twitter” – what did he have to say about Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group land use attorney?

Posted by   7 days ago

By Jim Small | Arizona Mirror A former California congressman who this year lost his second statewide race in Arizona in four years went on Twitter tirades against political gadflies and this reporter Sunday evening, during which he called critics “gutless punks,” “cowards,” “sniveling” and “trolls,” and belittled them for never having served in the […]

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Sinema claims ‘insurmountable’ lead, Dems make gains in statewide races; Hoffman declare win in schools superintendent race

Posted by   7 days ago

  By Jim Small | Arizona Mirror Kyrsten Sinema is declaring that she will be victorious in the U.S. Senate race, after votes counted on Sunday put her ahead by roughly 32,000 votes with only about 220,000 left to count, the first time since Dennis DeConcini won re-election in 1988 that Arizona will send a […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Bill Gates reinvents the toilet

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  By Yazhou Sun | CNN The Microsoft founder was hosting the Reinvented Toilet Expo. His pitch? To commercialize futuristic toilets that don’t need water or sewers. “Today, rich countries have a sewage system where you bring water in, put the human waste in it and it goes out to all the way to a […]

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    A Utah landowner in Emigration Canyon envisions a zip line, sledding hill and gun ranges on his property. His neighbors hate the idea

    Posted by   3 days ago

      By Taylor Stevens | The Salt Lake Tribune A small mountainside community in Emigration Canyon is fighting a commercial development proposal from one of its own neighbors that they worry would exacerbate traffic, environmental damage and fire danger near their homes. John Walsh, an attorney who owns more than 58 acres of land at […]

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    New residential Type Coming to Avondale

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      By Adrienne St. Clair for Arizona Builder’s Exchange Virtua Encanto Townhomes, LLC has submitted a project proposal to the City of Avondale to build Encanto Townhomes at Palm Lane — a 116-unit townhome development at the SWC of Avondale and Encanto boulevards. The 8.5-acre (6.9 net acres) site once housed a farm house and accessory building but has been […]

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    [COLUMN] California wildfires destroy homes and lives. Why do regulators encourage building in fire zones?

    Posted by   3 days ago

      By Christian Britschgi | Reason Some 50 people have died in the fires currently raging in the Golden State, with 48 perishing as a result of the Camp Fire in the northern, mostly rural Butte County, which has also destroyed 7,600 homes. This makes it the deadliest and the most destructive fire in California history. In […]

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    Top multifamily operators band together, plan massive investment in real estate tech

    Posted by   3 days ago

      Launch venture capital fund with $108 million in the bank By Ben Lane | Housingwire Some of the multifamily industry’s largest operators are joining together to launch a massive push to invest in real estate technology. Five major multifamily real estate investment trusts, Aimco, Boardwalk, Essex Property Trust, MAA, and UDR, are partnering with private owners Starwood Capital Group, Cortland, and GID to […]

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    CBRE: How autonomous vehicles will reshape office market by 2030

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      AZBigMedia By disrupting the way employees commute to work, autonomous vehicles are expected to fundamentally reshape the U.S. office market by 2030, according to a new report from CBRE. Most significantly, the primacy of commercial real estate’s traditional decision drivers—geographic location and access to talent—may decrease as the importance placed on the workplace experience and building […]

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    NAU seeks ABOR approval for Fourth Street purchase

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      By Kaitlin Olson | Arizona Daily Sun Northern Arizona University will submit a plan to purchase a 120-acre parcel of land at 1301 S. Fourth St. to the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) for approval Thursday. If the plan is approved, NAU will purchase the land from its holding company, Northern Arizona Real Estate […]

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    Adero Canyon land swap approved

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      Fountain Hills Times The Town Council has approved a series of requests allowing Toll Brothers Homes to continue its efforts in developing the Adero Canyon subdivision along the Scottsdale/Fountain Hills boundary. Toll Brothers made a request to allow some grading of home lots to encroach onto land that is within the Fountain Hills McDowell […]

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    Glendale city manager shifts economic focus away from downtown

    Posted by   3 days ago

    Economic development to focus growth in other areas of city By Darrell Jackson | Glendale Star After two years of work trying to ensure the success of the downtown area with a major plan for changing the economic vision for the area, which included the possible elimination of the city’s major holiday events, City Manager […]

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      2018 Elections View All →

      High voter turnout makes direct democracy more difficult

      Posted by   2 days ago

      By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times That record number of Arizonans who turned out to vote this year has a dark side for direct democracy: It’s going to be harder for voters to propose their own laws or get rid of ones they don’t like. And that poses a threat […]

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      Ducey won’t repudiate election fraud claims

      Posted by   2 days ago

        By Jim Small | Arizona Mirror Gov. Doug Ducey said the election is over and the people have spoken, but wouldn’t say whether he believes there was fraud in Arizona’s recently concluded election, a charge that numerous Republicans have made over the past week, though there has been no evidence to support those claims. […]

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      Hobbs doubles lead, poised to win secretary of state race

      Posted by   3 days ago

        By Jim Small | Arizona Mirror State Sen. Katie Hobbs is on the cusp of winning the race for secretary of state, which would put a Democrat first in the line of succession to governor, after ballot counts reported Thursday allowed her to more than double her lead over her Republican opponent. Hobbs, a […]

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      Congratulations, Arizona! Turnout in the 2018 midterms smashed records

      Posted by   3 days ago

      By Agnel Philip | Arizona Republic About 2.4 million Arizonans cast ballots in the 2018 midterms, the highest turnout percentage since 1982, according to the latest estimates. Arizona voter turnout in 2018 will be the highest it has been for a midterm election in 36 years. Related:Arizona political ad spending hit record high – $129M […]

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      The color purple

      Posted by   4 days ago

        One expert called it evidence that Arizona is transitioning from a “straight Republican” state to a “solid purple state” By Renata Cló | Cronkite News Arizona’s two newest members of Congress joined more than 80 other newly elected House members for freshmen orientation Tuesday, as Democrats prepare to seize control of the lower chamber […]

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      Kennedy declares victory in Arizona Corporation Commission race

      Posted by   5 days ago

      By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Democrat Sandra Kennedy declared victory Tuesday night as she and Republican Justin Olson maintained their leads in the race for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission in the latest election returns released Tuesday Kennedy on Friday surpassed Republican Rodney Glassman, and following a large batch of votes from […]

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      The ‘blue wave’ will make it harder for ballot measures to actually be on the ballot for the next 4 years

      Posted by   5 days ago

        By Jim Small | Arizona Mirror Arizona is on pace for a record turnout in the 2018 midterm elections. With roughly 172,000 ballots left to be counted, turnout already stands at more than 60 percent, and likely will eclipse the 60.47 percent of the electorate that cast ballots in 2006. The surge in turnout […]

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      McSally campaign official alleges ‘misconduct’ in vote counting

      Posted by   6 days ago

      KTAR.com As the 2018 midterm election stretched into a days-long event and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema grew her lead in the race for U.S. Senate in Arizona, the McSally campaign distanced itself from claims of voter fraud and other election-related conspiracy theories pushed by the state Republican Party and President Donald Trump. But shortly after the […]

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        ‘Saturday Night Live’ dishes out satire on voter fraud, Jeff Bezos

        Posted by   19 hours ago

        “Saturday Night Live” took aim at a series of headlines from last week during its opening sketch, including unfounded claims from some Republicans that voter fraud aided Democrats in this year’s midterm elections. ‘Saturday Night Live’ mocks Trump-Amazon feud “Saturday Night Live” in its latest episode mocked the feud between President Trump and Amazon, with […]

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        High voter turnout makes direct democracy more difficult

        Posted by   2 days ago

        By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times That record number of Arizonans who turned out to vote this year has a dark side for direct democracy: It’s going to be harder for voters to propose their own laws or get rid of ones they don’t like. And that poses a threat […]

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        Why losing out on Amazon HQ2 isn’t so bad for cities

        Posted by   2 days ago

          A new study points to evidence that luring a large corporation isn’t the best way to spur job growth By J. Brian Charlesl | Governing After a yearlong and very public deliberation over the location of its second headquarters, Amazon this week disappointed some policymakers when it announced that it would split HQ2 into […]

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        Council members reflect on Surprise mayor’s resignation; panel to select replacement

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          By Matt Roy | YourValley.net Following Surprise Mayor Sharon Wolcott’s announced departure from city government, city council members commented on her legacy and departure. Ms. Wolcott confirmed weeks of rumors and speculation with announcement of her official resignation, which the mayor read from a prepared statement in the closing minutes of the regularly scheduled City […]

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        Doug Ducey ousts Parks Director Sue Black

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          By Carmen Forman | Arizona Capitol Times Embattled Arizona Parks and Recreation Director Sue Black is out effective immediately.Black, who was placed on administrative leave after allegations emerged that her department ignored state protections for an archaeological site at Lake Havasu Park, was terminated Friday afternoon.The parks director kept her job through numerous inquiries or […]

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        Government agendas for week of Nov. 19 – Nov. 23, 2018

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        Cities and Towns  11/20 Apache Junction City Council Meeting 11/19 Casa Grande City Council Meeting 11/20 Paradise Valley Planning Commission Hearing – Agenda not available 11/20 Fountain Hills Town Council Counties: 11/20 Gila County BOS Meeting 11/20 Yavapai County BOS Meeting

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        [OPINION] The time to secure Arizona’s water future is now

        Posted by   4 days ago

        Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only Governor Doug Ducey | Arizona Capitol Times I am so grateful to the people of Arizona for allowing me the opportunity to continue serving as governor of our great state. I am humbled by your confidence and ready to continue working for you. And there’s […]

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        Colorado, other states kill road-funding measures

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          Supporters of additional funding for transportation have plenty of reasons to smile after last week’s elections, but that doesn’t mean they can stop worrying. By Daniel C. Vock | Governing Last week’s elections had enough good news to keep up the spirits of transportation advocates — an effort to roll back a California gas […]

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          Family Law View All →

          Children’s best interest trumps parental rights, state Supreme Court says; analysis provided by Rose Law Group partner, director Family Law, Kaine Fisher

          Posted by   2 months ago

          By Mary Jo Pitzl | Arizona Republic A judge’s decision that it was in the best interest of two children for their mother to lose parental rights was correct, the state Supreme Court found, reversing an earlier decision that such a move was based on shaky facts. The unanimous ruling last week made clear that […]

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          Court rejects challenge to Native American law on adoptions

          Posted by   3 months ago

          By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed a case challenging a federal law that requires Native American children removed from their parents to be placed with a Native family. The court’s ruling comes in a case brought by the Goldwater Institute on behalf of several Arizona couples […]

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          Jilted husband wins multi-million lawsuit after suing wife’s boyfriend; some of Arizona law prohibits such suits, notes Rose Law Group attorney Audra Petrolle

          Posted by   4 months ago

          Man wins $8 million after suing over wife’s affair A Texas man’s affair with a North Carolina man’s wife will cost him nearly $9 million dollars after the husband sued, citing an obscure law. Durham County Superior Court judge Orlando Hudson awarded BMX stunt show owner, Kieth King, more than $2.2 million in compensatory damages, […]

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          Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and director of Family Law Department, talks to ‘AZ Big Media’ about selfies and divorce

          Posted by   4 months ago

          AZ Big Media When we think of family law and divorce, we may think of everything from bitter bickering over who gets the house to battles over child support. However, something we might not consider, but we need to, is the role technology could play in your case. “That’s the first thing I think of, that […]

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          How old is old enough to get married?

          Posted by   6 months ago

          States are raising the age of consent to protect children from forced marriage. No state has gone as far as Delaware. By Alan Greenblatt | Governing Child marriages are more common than you think. Roughly 200,000 minors have gotten married since the start of the century. Nearly 90 percent of those child marriages involve a […]

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          Court rules unmarried heterosexual couple not entitled to state benefits

          Posted by   6 months ago

          By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Heterosexual couples that always have had the right to marry in Arizona are not entitled to the same benefits that the state provided to gay couples who were not at the time entitled to wed, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. The judges […]

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          The revolutionary foster care law buried in February’s federal spending deal; Will the funding produce success? asks Kaine Fisher, partner, director Rose Law Group Family Law Dept.

          Posted by   6 months ago

          Congress passed drastic child welfare reforms that aim to reduce the removal of kids from their homes. But some worry they will cost states and harm children. By J.B. Wogan | Governing In February, Congress made a bipartisan deal that avoided a government shutdown and raised spending limits for defense and non-defense programs. The deal’s […]

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          Okla. governor signs ‘anti-LGBT’ adoption law; unconstitutional, says Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family attorney

          Posted by   6 months ago

          The Daily Beast Oklahoma’s Republican governor, Mary Fallin, has signed into law a bill allowing adoption and foster care agencies to reject prospective parents on “religious” and “moral” grounds—a move critics say legalizes discrimination against LGBT and non-Christian parents. The law, approved by lawmakers earlier this month, could affect any prospective parents to whom a […]

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            Corporation Commission attorneys seek to block Burns’ bid to expose APS election spending

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            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Attorneys for members of the Arizona Corporation Commission told a judge Tuesday he should block a bid by one of the panel’s members to investigate whether financial help they got or are suspected of getting from Arizona Public Service for their elections tainted their […]

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            Accused of shrinking national monuments for energy development, Zinke prepares to exit Interior

            Posted by   7 days ago

              The news comes just a day after Trump told reporters that word on Zinke’s fate may come ‘in about a week. By Ben Lefebvre and Eliana Johnson | Politico Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been exploring potential roles with Fox News, the energy industry or other businesses amid growing signs that he will leave […]

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            Costly and nasty: Failure of Prop. 127 won’t stop renewable energy push, experts say

            Posted by   1 week ago

              By Bryce Newberry | Cronkite News The fight over whether Arizona should get half of its electricity from solar, wind and other renewable sources turned bitter election night when Attorney General Mark Brnovich called out California billionaire Tom Steyer for using California’s energy policies to try to influence Arizona’s policies. “I’ve got a message […]

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            Out of options, the Navajo Nation seeks to take over troubled NGS coal plant

            Posted by   2 weeks ago

            By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic With no power companies willing to take the risk, the Navajo Nation on Friday said it wants control of a troubled coal plant near Page that is slated to close next year. The facility is too important to the tribe’s economy to let it close, tribe officials said.   […]

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            Supreme Court refuses to halt young people’s climate lawsuit

            Posted by   2 weeks ago

              Daily Beast The Supreme Court refused to halt a lawsuit filed by 21 young people who are accusing the U.S. government of violating their constitutional rights by not fighting climate change, The Washington Post reports. The court denied the Trump Administration’s emergency request to stop the 2015 lawsuit. Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch […]

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            Sentiment towards APS could affect various political races

            Posted by   3 weeks ago

            By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Tmes The outcome of several key races on next week’s ballot could turn on how Arizonans feel about their utility company — especially if it’s Arizona Public Service. Officially, the only race in which APS is directly involved, at least to date, is its high-dollar […]

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            Can Colorado get to 100 percent renewable energy? It’s complicated, utilities say

            Posted by   3 weeks ago

              Utility executives say issues of carbon reduction, portfolio diversity are important By Judith Kohler | The Denver Post With one of Colorado’s gubernatorial candidates promoting 100 percent renewable energy by 2040, utility executives were asked during a summit Monday if that’s an achievable goal. The answer: It’s complicated. Democratic Congressman Jared Polis has set […]

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            Energy delivery company chooses Cochise County expansion location

            Posted by   3 weeks ago

              Arizona Business Daily North America’s largest energy infrastructure company will expand its current operations in Cochise County in a $40 million project expected to begin next year. After a nearly two-year search for land to build its new natural gas compressor station, Texas-based Kinder Morgan will construct the facility next to its existing Willcox […]

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              Medical Marijuana View All →

              Lawyer up: dreaming of the Apple Store of cannabis? Don’t hold your breath

              Posted by   1 week ago

              The cannabis industry wants to see bold and beautiful dispensaries, but the various state rules and regulations around the plant often turn sleek visions into clunky realities. Disclaimer: This column is written for educational purposes only. It does not provide specific legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. This column should not be […]

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              Huge medical marijuana growing center being built on Tucson’s southeast side; Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Medical Cannabis Department, comments

              Posted by   2 weeks ago

                By Carol Ann Alaimo | Arizona Daily Star A Tucson native is hoping to turn his hometown into a hot spot for cannabis cultivation by building a massive medical marijuana-growing complex on the city’s southeast side. Construction is underway on the first phase of Tucson Cannabis Campus, a project envisioned as an eventual 440,000-square-foot […]

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              Colorado homeowners lose case against next door cannabis biz; ‘ruling a step forward’ says Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Medical Cannabis Department

              Posted by   3 weeks ago

                The marijuana business had been sued for damages under anti-racketeering laws. The case was seen as a major threat to the state’s cannabis industry By John Ingold | The Colorado Sun A southern Colorado marijuana grow facility did not hurt the property values of a neighboring couple, a jury in Denver decided Wednesday, ending […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Medical Cannabis Department talks to Leafly about Phoenix scrapping proposed cannabis tax

              Posted by   2 months ago

              By Ben Adlin | Leafly Phoenix patients can breathe a sigh of relief this week after a unanimous vote by the Phoenix City Council to scrap a proposal that would’ve imposed heavy taxes on medical cannabis. The plan, floated last week by Phoenix Mayor Thelda Williams, offered several possible tax options. Each was so steep […]

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              Phoenix City Council kills medical marijuana tax; a ‘victory against bad policy,’ says Rose Law Group land-use & regulatory attorney Thomas F. Galvin

              Posted by   2 months ago

                Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents multiple medical-marijuana dispensaries in Phoenix and was hired to help kill the potential tax By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic The Phoenix City Council voted unanimously to kill a tax proposal that could have cost medical marijuana dispensaries millions of dollars each year. After backlash from the medical marijuana industry and transparency […]

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              Phoenix looks to tax medical-marijuana industry $50 million per year to fund public safety; city singling out industry, says Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group Litigator

              Posted by   2 months ago

              By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Phoenix is considering a massive tax on the medical-marijuana industry that could generate $40-50 million per year for the police and fire departments. The tax, which would be charged to companies based on the size of each of their dispensary and cultivation sites, could cost some medical-marijuana distributors more than $1 million […]

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              Phoenix Mayor proposes massive taxes on medical-marijuana dispensaries; Rose Law Group land-use & regulatory attorney Thomas F. Galvin calls the tax ‘arbitrary and capricious’

              Posted by   2 months ago

              By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times The mayor of Phoenix is prepared to levy a significant new tax on medical marijuana businesses that could decimate the city’s dispensaries and raise costs for patients. In a letter to the Phoenix city manager on Thursday, Mayor Thelda Williams proposed an occupational licensing tax on medical-marijuana businesses […]

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              Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner, director Medical Cannabis Department, talks to Marijuana Business Daily about hot market

              Posted by   2 months ago

              By Jeff Smith | Marijuana Business Daily Arizona’s medical marijuana market is one of the largest in the nation as well as one of the hottest, with costs to break into the market skyrocketing and investors scouring the state for potential opportunities. Prices have increased because investors see a market where: The amount of medical […]

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                Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity View All →

                As Arizonans, how susceptible are we to identity theft?

                Posted by   1 month ago

                By Adam McCann | WalletHub In recent years, many Americans’ personal information has become compromised by big data breaches. In 2018 alone, prominent companies like Adidas, Best Buy, Delta, Kmart, Macy’s and Sears have fallen victim to cybercriminals. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s most recent Data Breach Report, between January 1, 2005 and […]

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                [SUNDAY FEATURE] How AI can help stop cyberattacks; Logan Elia, Rose Law Group Chairman of Cyber-Law Department, ‘excited’ about AI’s future

                Posted by   2 months ago

                  As hackers get smarter and more determined, artificial intelligence is going to be an important part of the solution By Adam Janofsky | The Wall Street Journal As corporations struggle to fight off hackers and contain data breaches, some are looking to artificial intelligence for a solution. They’re using machine learning to sort through […]

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                Google’s location privacy practices are under investigation in Arizona

                Posted by   2 months ago

                  By Tony Romm | The Washington Post Google’s alleged practice of recording location data about Android device owners even when they believe they have opted out of such tracking has sparked an investigation in Arizona, where the state’s attorney general could potentially levy a hefty fine against the search giant. The probe, initiated by […]

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                Florence partners with Subex to cyber-secure infrastructure

                Posted by   2 months ago

                  AZBigMedia Subex, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) and critical infrastructure security solutions provider, has announced it has partnered with the Town of Florence, Arizona to provide security to its critical public infrastructure. An agreement to this effect was recently signed by Florence and Subex. Once critical infrastructure comes online, it becomes vulnerable to […]

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                The rise of cybersecurity insurance

                Posted by   3 months ago

                By Shannon Vavra | Axios All companies are potential victims of cyber attacks, and buying insurance is one way many are trying to manage that risk. Why it matters: Companies hit by attacks are exposed to incredible costs — Equifax lost $4 billion in stock market value in just a week — so companies are […]

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                Power to the drones: Utilities place bets on robots; Rose Law Group Cybersecurity, Privacy and Emerging Technologies Chairman Troy Roberts, expresses support

                Posted by   4 months ago

                  By Stephen Jewkes, Christoph Steitz | Reuters Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies. Utilities in Europe are looking to long-distance drones to scour thousands of miles of grids for damage and leaks in an attempt to avoid network failures that cost them […]

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                Supreme Court opens the door to online sales taxes; law catching up with the times: Attorney Troy Roberts, chairman of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Emerging Technologies

                Posted by   5 months ago

                  By Sam Baker | Axios The Supreme Court today paved the way for states to begin collecting sales taxes from online vendors. In a 5-4 decision, the court threw out a precedent that had blocked online sales taxes. Why it matters: Online retailers likely will have to pay billions more in taxes each year. […]

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                How hackers can exploit devices used at home; hacking business data more a concern, says Logan Elia, Rose Law Group attorney practicing privacy law

                Posted by   6 months ago

                By Olivia Beavers | The Hill As Americans increasingly fill their homes with smart technology, the risk of hackers exploiting their devices is growing. Experts say the expanding ecosystem of internet-connected devices such as smart thermostats, home security systems and electric door locks are increasingly susceptible to hackers, including those trying to leverage voice-command devices. […]

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                  Dealmaker View All →

                  The Dealmaker: 11/16/2018

                  Posted by   3 days ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Rose Law Group Founder & President Jordan Rose speaking today at the national Deloitte real estate conference! See inside Scottsdale Fashion Square’s new luxury wing. “After more than […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/15/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         [OPINION] The time to secure Arizona’s water future is now. Calling the time ripe for “sustainable, long-term solutions to address the challenges we face on […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   4 days ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $8,570,000 Buyer: Thunderbird  School of Global Management       Seller: Arizona Christian University Property Type: Educational property Property Size:  856,980 SQ FT Location: 2625 E. Cactus Road, Phoenix APN: 166-28-002F, 166-28-002J Financing: Barter or trade To view the affidavit: […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/14/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox       AAED gives out its Golden Prospector Awards. Last week, Dealmaker mentioned Maricopa as an award recipient. But also recognized by the Arizona Association for Economic Development were Gilbert, […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/13/2018

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                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         The Arizona drought: Colorado River Indian Tribes to the rescue! Rose Law Group Founder & President Jordan Rose lauds the move. “With water levels continuing […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/12/2018

                  Posted by   6 days ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox         Shea Homes showcases Azure Paradise Valley. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Shea Homes at Azure in Paradise Valley.) A recent private event marked the grand opening of […]

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                  The Dealmaker: 11/8/2018

                  Posted by   2 weeks ago

                  The Dealmaker is a daily note of the day’s top real estate stories served just in time for lunch. Bon Appetit! Subscribe here to receive the Dealmaker to your inbox   ACC removes many restrictions on development as EPCOR works toward solutions to San Tan area water and sewer concerns. Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich represents numerous builders […]

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                  Cameron’s $5M + deals of the day

                  Posted by   2 weeks ago

                  Cameron Carter, Director of Rose Law Group’s Transactional Real Estate Department, thinks you need to know about these transactions in Maricopa County. Price: $20.6M Buyer: Scottsdale DC Hui, LLC      Seller: CFGI RM LLC, c/o Fortress Investment Group Property Type: Commercial Property Size:  402,295 SQ FT Location: 2708 – 2732 North 68th Street, Scottsdale APN: 129-03-005K, 129-03-005N Financing: Assumption of existing […]

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