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Tony Freeman brings legal team aboard Rose Law Group in Scottsdale

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Tony Freeman
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group has hired experienced and seasoned Attorney Shelton “Tony” Freeman.

With more than 38 years in the legal field, Mr. Freeman brings a diverse background handling a wide range of cases, including real estate and business transactions to cannabis, business litigation, bankruptcy and complex workouts, according to a press release.

Mr. Freeman works with a passion for analyzing complicated situations and developing creative and strategic business approaches to disputes. He has consistently earned the Martindale-Hubbell highest AV Preeminent peer rating, achieved by only a small percentage of attorneys — a designation trusted worldwide by users and referrers of legal services, the release states.

“The synergy with Rose Law Group from our shared philosophy about only providing exceptional client service to our complimentary practice areas including cannabis, transactions, bankruptcy and workouts plus business litigation made this the perfect fit,” said Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group in the release. “We are so excited to have Tony and his team become members of our dynamic team.”

Kim Hearn

Consistently Mr. Freeman has used his expertise to win for clients in situations as diverse as

  • Solving a multigenerational family office with investments in real estate, agriculture and other areas;
  • Litigation of contract rights and estate planning;
  • A real estate brokerage with offices throughout the state with contract and compliance issues;
  • Large cannabis companies transactional and litigation issues, and a multi-tiered organization with controlling interests in other companies in multiple states to address acquisitions, disputes and litigation.

Summer Hawes

As part of the move to Rose Law Group, Mr. Freeman brings with him Senior Counsel Kim Hearn as paralegal and Summer Haws as project manager.

Ms. Hearn has been a litigation paralegal since 1990 and is advanced certified through the National Association of Legal Assistants in Trial Practice, E-Discovery and Business Organization, the release states.

Ms. Hearn has had the opportunity to work in a diverse array of areas of litigation including commercial litigation, medical malpractice, personal injury and insurance bad faith, and additionally served on the Arizona Paralegal Association Board of Directors in many capacities, including president, for 11 years.

Ms. Haws joins Rose Law Group with more than 15 years of experience in administration, office management, accounting and project management, with over eight years being in the legal field.

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