Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC announced
that two new attorneys, Robert K. Rogers and
Christopher J. Rogers, have joined the firm’s
Phoenix office, expanding the firm’s Corporate,
Securities and Finance legal services.
Robert Rogers joined the firm as a Member.
His practice focuses on business and corporate
law with an emphasis on finance and private/
public securities offerings. He previously practiced in the corporate and securities departments
of large New York and Salt Lake City law firms.
Christopher Rogers joined the firm as an associate. His practice focuses in the areas of general corporate law and private securities offerings.
Two Osborn Maledon partners — Mary
O’Grady, an appellate attorney, and Ronda Fisk,
a commercial litigator—were named to Benchmark’s Top 250 Women in Litigation, a guide to
North America’s leading women litigators.
Stephanie Tribe, an attorney in the Phoenix
office of Fennemore Craig, was elected to the
Children’s Museum of Phoenix Board of Directors. She replaces Susan Wissink, chair of the
firm’s business and finance practice group, who
previously served as a board member for nine
Tribe focuses her practice in estate planning,
taxation, and probate.
Booker T. Evans, Jr., a white-collar criminal
defense attorney and commercial litigator in Ballard Spahr’s Phoenix office, was honored by the
Arizona Diversity Council as one of the 2015
DiversityFIRST individual award winners. The
award honors individuals, community groups,
nonprofits, and businesses within the legal,
academic, corporate, or health community that
have demonstrated outstanding achievements
and sustained commitment to the pursuit of cultural diversity and inclusion in the community
Gallagher & Kennedy shareholder Mark Dangerfield will reach his 10-year goal of running
a marathon or ultramarathon in all 50 states
and on all seven continents as he runs his final
marathon in Kansas City, Mo., on October 17.
At age 65 and after battling a cancer scare, Dangerfield will soon join the short rank of runners
who have accomplished this feat worldwide.
Patrick Irvine, a shareholder in the Phoenix office of Fennemore Craig, was appointed to the
arbitration panel for the Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority, where he will act as a
neutral decision-maker in resolving securities-related disputes involving brokerage firms and
brokers. FINRA operates the largest securities
dispute resolution forum in the country, and the
decisions of its arbitrators are generally final and
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