Mark S. Bosco Michael A. Bosco , JrLance R. Broberg Paul D. Cardon David L. Case Darren T. Case J. James Christian David W. Cowles Matthew D. Dayton J. Daryl Dorsey Tina M. Ezzell James A. Fassold William H. Finnegan William M. Fischbach III Alisa J. Gray Beth A. Heath Richard G. Himelrick Nora L. Jones Christopher R. Kaup Pamela L. Kingsley Timothy A. La Sota William E. Lally Christopher A. LaVoy Todd T. Lenczycki Stephen P. Linzer Aaron T. Lloyd May Lu Leonard J. Mark J. Lawrence McCormley Leonard J. McDonald Tracy S. Morehouse Kevin P. Nelson James P. O'Sullivan Richard E. Oney Dow Glenn Ostlund Alexander Poulos Robert A. Royal Matthew K. Schriever William J. Simon Kevin S. Soderstrom Natalya Ter-Grigoryan Michael E. Tiffany Gregory L. Wilde
RICHARD HIMELRICK is a 30-year trial lawyer. His practice centers on business litigation with an emphasis on securities cases. He chairs Tiffany & Bosco’s Civil and Commercial Litigation Department. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Southwest Super Lawyers, Litigation Counsel of America, and is a member of Scribes—The American Society of Legal Writers and the Arizona State Bar Class Actions and Derivative Suits Committee.
PRACTICE AREASCivil and Commercial Litigation
Oakland University (B.A., 1971); Wayne State University Law School (J.D., cum laude 1974); Editor, Wayne State Law Review.
PUBLICATIONSTurning 60: Bud Jacobson, Earl Hastings, and Arizona's 1951 Securities Act, Arizona Attorney, December 2011, at 22
The Importance of Statutory Text: from Scienter to Nonstatutory Defenses under Arizona Securities Law, 41 Ariz. St. L.J. 49 (2009)
Arizona Securities Fraud Liability: Charting a Non-Federal Path, 32 Ariz. St. L.J. 203 (2000)
HISTORICAL MATERIAL1951 Securities Act - As Passed
1951 Securities Act - Preliminary Draft