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PSGM Law opens doors along 16th Street in central Phoenix corridor

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The Founding Partners of PSGM Law are Julie Pace [top left], David Selden [bottom right], Heidi Nunn-Gilman, [bottom left] and Danny Marks [top right]. (File Photos/DigitalFreePress.com)

New firm: Pace Selden Gilman Marks PLLC dba PSGM Law

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Pace Selden Gilman Marks PLLC dba PSGM Law is open for business.

The PSGM Law firm, which features five local lawyers of national and global practice, have worked collaboratively together for many years at other national and state law firms, handling matters across the state, country and globally, according to a press release.

The Founding Partners of PSGM Law are Julie Pace, David Selden, Heidi Nunn-Gilman and Danny Marks.

The team draws on their 100 years of combined legal experience with depth and breadth in a variety of practice areas with a national reputation serving clients in litigation, OSHA, construction, I-9 audits, DOL audits corporate, government relations and employment law.

“Responsive. Creative. Results. That is our approach at PSGM Law,”Ms. Pace said in a prepared statement. “We love what we do in helping clients and we have a commitment to solving client challenges and being accessible 24/7/365 days to handle client emergencies. We are also thrilled to create a pension and profit sharing plan to benefit the entire team.”

Ms. Pace, who is serves as a council member at the Town of Paradise Valley, has more than 30 years of experience concentrating her practices in the fields of employment law, 1-9 and immigration compliance, OSHA, healthcare, and construction. She represents companies to defend claims of sexual harassment, employment discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower, wrongful discharge, and against charges by the EEOC and ACRD.

Ms. Pace provides extensive experience in counseling and training, assisting on investigations and corporate governance matters, dealing with Davis-Bacon, FAR and government contracts and a full array of employee grievances, executive agreements and negotiations, hearings, and litigation matters.

PSGM Law opens doors along 16th Street in central Phoenix corridor

With over 40 years of legal experience, Mr. Selden’s practice areas include representing businesses in employment and commercial litigation. He has drafted approximately 12 Arizona employment laws that were enacted to help foster a strong business climate.

He excels in litigation and employment including but not limited to contract disputes, wrongful termination, non-competes, independent contractors, employment discrimination, breach of fiduciary duties, and alleged misclassification issues with DES and other government agencies.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to serve our clients with a flexible and responsive platform with state-of-the-art technology and software which improves efficiencies for our clients,” he said.

Ms. Nunn-Gilman’s practice focuses on employment litigation and human resource matters. She has 20 years of expertise advises clients on matters relating to labor and employment law, including I-9 and immigration compliance strategies, E-Verify, ICE and worksite enforcement, wage and hour and DOL, OSHA, non-competition and confidentiality agreements, among many other areas.

She frequently writes and speaks on a number of employment, immigration compliance, and labor matters.

“I have worked for decades with this team and enjoy problem-solving for clients,” Ms. Nunn-Gilman said. “I am delighted to work as part of a synergistic team that enjoys working together and is focused on client service. I enjoy mentoring the next generations at companies and internally at our firm.”

Mr. Marks is a litigator, business attorney, and advisor who enjoys finding creative and achievable solutions.

His practice is devoted primarily to litigation matters involving commercial disputes, intra-corporate disputes, business disputes, trade secret theft, fraud claims, real estate disputes and corporate transactions.

“I am excited that I have talented colleagues and together we have the right blend of skills and experience to help clients overcome challenges with creative and effective representation,” he said.

Litigation attorney Steven Coffin joins the firm as an associate attorney licensed in Arizona and Texas and represents companies in a variety of commercial and employment litigation matters, and governance issues.

Also, paralegal Eda Barolli has seasoned experience in employment, OSHA, I-9s, and business immigration law.

PSGM Law will continue to serve their existing clients as well as grow the firm’s practice areas in commercial litigation, government contracts, healthcare, I-9 audits and immigration, OSHA, real estate, transportation, construction law, and various others.

PSGM Law office is at 7901 N. 16th St. No. 200 and can be reached at 602-851-8799.

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