Micah Larripa joined NewLAWu.s.
and practices in the areas of real
estate, business and military/veter-ans law. He attended ASU’s Sandra
Day O’Connor Law School with a
Marine Corps Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) Scholarship.
Prior to serving as a Judge Advocate
with the United States Marine
Corps, he completed two combat
deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Polsinelli announced the election
of new shareholders, three of whom
are in the Phoenix office.
Jamie D. Cole practices in Cor-
porate & Transactional and earned
her J.D. from the Cleveland State
University Cleveland-Marshall Col-
lege of Law. Evan M. Gilbert prac-
tices in Corporate & Transactional
and Securities & Corporate Finance
and earned his J.D. from the Min-
nesota Law School. Nathan J. Kunz
practices in Commercial Litigation
and earned his J.D. from the Univer-
sity of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Fennemore Craig announced that
Joe Chandler, a shareholder in the
firm’s Phoenix office, was appointed
the new Practice Group Chair of the
firm’s Real Estate practice group.
Maj. Richard J. Armstrong was
appointed Gaming Commissioner
for the Federated Indians of Graton
Rancheria and the Graton Resort &
Casino in Rohnert Park, Calif. He is
a 28-year veteran of the United
States Marine Corps and currently
serves as a Regional Judge Advocate
assigned to the 23rd Marines, San
Bruno, Calif. He is Of Counsel to the
nationwide Indian law firm Rosette
LLP and operates his own gaming
law practice in Folsom, Calif.
Quarles & Brady announced that
it had added three new partners in
its Phoenix office.
Rowan P. Smith practices in
the Intellectual Property Practice
Group with a focus on patent pro-
secution and counseling. Cathleen
T. Yu practices in the Business Law
Practice Group, and her practice
includes the representation of clients
in corporate finance, securities, and
mergers and acquisitions. Marian
M. Zapata-Rossa practices in the
Labor & Employment Practice
Group, and her practice includes
employment litigation defense and
advising employers on all aspects of
the employer–employee relationship.
Also joining the firm’s Phoenix
office, as an associate, is Ty Frankel.
He joins the Labor & Employment
Three Phoenix attorneys recently
joined the Phoenix law firm Osborn
Hayleigh Crawford and Jana
Sutton focus their practices on commercial litigation. Randy McDonald
practices criminal law, Indian law,
government/regulatory law and employment law.
Kendis Key Muscheid joined
Ballard Spahr as a partner in the Phoenix office. Her practice focuses on
the representation of nonprofit and
tax-exempt organizations, charitable trusts, and on issues involving
Neel S. Kothari joined Milligan
Lawless PC as an associate. He has
experience representing providers
in a variety of health law matters,
including business transactions, commercial disputes, and regulatory
Daniel L. Broadbent joined Berk
Law Group PC, Scottsdale, as an
associate. He focuses his practice
primarily on probate, trust and
estate administration and litigation
and elder law litigation.
Salmon Lewis & Weldon PLC,
Phoenix, announced that Michael
K. Foy joined the firm as an associate effective Aug. 31, 2015. He
focuses his practice on water rights
and natural resources, as well as
Laura L. Wochner joined Tiffany
& Bosco PA, Phoenix. Her practice
is concentrated in civil and commercial litigation.
Alexis Glascock joined the Phoenix
office of Fennemore Craig and
focuses her practice in government
affairs. Among her other experience,
she previously served as Counsel to
the President of the Arizona Senate
and Assistant to the General Counsel of the Legislative Council.
Ryley Carlock & Applewhite announced that the firm’s Phoenix office had seen the addition of a num-