Az Business Magazine Top 100 Lawyers

Gust Rosenfeld is pleased to announce that Az Business Magazine has named Mark L. Collins, Christina M. Noyes and Barbara U. Rodriguez-Pashkowski among the 100 Best Lawyers in Arizona for 2022. Background: As the founder and director of Radix Law, Frutkin has extensive experience as a lawyer, general manager and business owner. Throughout his career, he has owned a web design company, a software company, a real estate development company, and has been a developer for a national ice cream chain. Areas of Activity: Civil Litigation Focused on Real Estate and Business Industry Appeal: “The most surprising thing I`ve found during my career as a business lawyer is that you have very smart business owners – but they have a hard time understanding certain legal concepts. This is where the law firm Radix Law comes into play as General Counsel. We can help companies not only with legal challenges, but also with business opportunities. » Business Areas: Commercial Transactions, Mergers and Acquisitions Business Areas: Corporate and Commercial Law, Corporate Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation Background: As a litigator and consultant, Schulman is active in the field of problem solving – whether as a passionate lawyer before the courts or as a strategic advisor on an internal business matter. Schulman`s litigation practice focuses on commercial and regulatory disputes, including contractual matters, fraud, securities law, shareholder disputes, corporate divorces, real estate, tribal law, financial services, and officer/director liability. Schulman also acts as a private mediator and pro tempore judge. Areas of activity: Bankruptcy and restructuring, creditor rights, credit settlements, corporate restructuring, commercial and real estate litigation, mediation Areas of activity: start-ups and emerging companies, general counsel, intellectual property Areas of activity: real estate, corporate planning and corporate law, commercial owners and tenants law, labor law, mediation and arbitration Context: Melissa Ho is a litigator with a Detailed understanding of government regulations and business processes.

As a former prosecutor, she understands the disruption and chaos that a government investigation and a criminal investigation can cause. Ho defends individual clients against a variety of criminal charges, including health fraud, Qui Tam, RICO violations, bank fraud, real estate fraud, mortgage fraud, foreign corrupt practices, securities fraud, water and air quality violations, government corruption, purchasing, and public fraud, professional misconduct, civil and criminal confiscation, licence violations, parallel proceedings and computer crime. Background: With over 35 years of legal experience, Tatkin is able to manage all aspects of its clients` insolvency files. She also focuses on non-insolvency solutions for clients with complex financial challenges. She likes to advise her clients, focus on open communication and particularly appreciates the trust they place in them. Over the years, she has also worked in the areas of commercial litigation, bad faith insurance litigation, construction defect litigation, and general business and commercial law. Areas of Activity: Indian Law and Politics, Tribal Housing, Gambling, Business Unit Creation, Real Estate Development, Non-Tribal Land Leasing, Tribal Trust Funds and Allocated Lands For over a decade, Chatham has advised multinational corporations, fast-growing organizations, entrepreneurs, educational institutions, non-profit organizations and individuals on a variety of immigration issues. Chatham helps its clients complete application procedures for all types of visas, including H-1B, L-1, O, P, TN, E-1, E-2 and R, as well as EB-1 Outstanding Researcher, Extraordinary Ability, Multinational Manager, National Interest Waivers and PERM Work Certifications.

It also provides advice on consular processing, naturalization and immigration compliance, and provides training to company staff. She was named one of the “Most Influential Minority Business Leaders” by AZ Business Magazine. In 2017, she was named “Immigration Lawyer of the Year” by Phoenix Best Lawyers. Areas of activity: Bankruptcy, insolvency administrators` law, insolvency of corporate and consumer debts, corporate restructuring, creditors` bankruptcy rights, mediation and arbitration, commercial disputes Areas of activity: business and commercial processes, professional misconduct and health processes, professional liability disputes, construction disputes, product liability disputes Context: Wilenchik is a civil lawyer who has been working in business and the practice for over 40 years has been active in the field of estate proceedings. He is a certified civil litigation attorney through the National Board of Trial Advocacy and a former chair of the Civil Trials Practice Section of the State Bar. Wilenchik is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell. Wilenchik is a member of the Arizona Bar Foundation and was elected a member of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. Appeal to industry: “The legal sector is a mecca for constant learning – both for industries and for legal issues. The most surprising are the lack of women in leadership positions and the number of talented women lawyers leaving the profession. This is all the more surprising since 53% of my law course asu were women. “As our firm grew and we hired young lawyers, I remember how important good advice was to me when I was new to the profession,” she says.

“It`s important for me to repay some of that kindness by sharing skills and leading the next generation of lawyers.” Background: Chetlin, one of Az Business magazine`s most influential women in 2020, is a registered patent attorney and intellectual property attorney with a Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent rating – the highest rating available. She has worked in large companies, boutique firms and as in-house legal counsel, drawing on all this experience in dealing with intellectual property protection from a commercial point of view. Prior to joining Burch & Cracchiolo, Chetlin had its own intellectual property law firm, which was recognized as a Top Tier 1 law firm after just three years. Chetlin has represented clients in a variety of businesses and industries, including mining, equipment repair and manufacturing, robotics, insulation, geospatial technologies, autonomous systems, material handling and transportation, shielding, and online stores. Background: Cantor is a Council-certified criminal law specialist and has conducted more than 200 jury trials in his more than 30-year career. These ranged from drunk driving offences to multi-million dollar federal employees and jury trials for double-ceiling murder. He also handled hundreds of allegations of sex crimes prior to indictment, as well as dozens of professional associations and Title 9 defenses. Cantor has defended not only ordinary Arizonans, but also many prominent companies and clients whose cases have been featured in national media outlets such as CNN, the CBS Morning Show, Hannity and Colmes, Inside Edition, Anderson Cooper Live, Good Morning America, and the Howard Stern Show. Stinson LLP is pleased to announce that partners Elizabeth Chatham and Thomas J. Salerno have been named to AZ Business magazine`s “Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona” list.

Business Areas: General and Complex Commercial Litigation Business Areas: Mergers & Acquisitions, Emerging Start-Ups, Silver Financing is a Managing Partner in the Phoenix office and Head of the firm`s National Practice Group for the Retail & Hospitality and Government Regulatory & Administrative Law practice groups. As a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Silver has over 30 years of experience handling complex business and real estate litigation. Silver has received national and international media coverage for a number of high-profile cases, including cases against the notorious former Maricopa County sheriff and on behalf of several prominent clients, including artist Diana Ross, Woodstock Arte co-founder Kornfeld and Olympic champion Olga Korbut. Business Areas: Complex commercial litigation, including contractual matters, fraud, securities law, shareholder disputes, real estate, financial services and executive/director liability Christina focuses her practice on franchise, corporate and intellectual property law. His practice includes drafting contracts and analyzing franchise and opportunity laws, preparing and reviewing franchise agreements, disclosure documents and franchise registrations, and processing trademark applications and renewals. Christina`s practice also includes representing business and not-for-profit clients in connection with incorporation, supplier and client contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and certain self-insurance trust agreements. Background: Izzo focuses his practice on family law and family relationships, including complex litigation and asset division, business dissolution, collaborative divorce, mediation, arbitration, parental coordination, custody, alimony and spousal maintenance.