On December 6, 2013, Attorney Alex Poulos was a featured speaker at the 4th Annual Arizona Society of CPA’s Forensic & Litigation Services Conference.  Alex presented information to forensic accountants regarding business valuations, tracing of assets, and determining income in domestic relations cases.  Alex’ perspective as a former homicide and organized crime prosecutor assists him in analyzing and addressing forensic accounting issues in his family law practice.... Read More
In mid-September, Pamela L. Kingsley presented to SHRMGP, the local chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management, on "Employee Document Essentials," as to what should and should not be in personnel files, what other files need to be kept, for how long they must be kept, when and where they need to be produced to inquiring minds, whether they be stored only electronically, and what to do with them when ready for the trash.SHRM has more than 275,000 members in over 160 countries, and, founded in 1947, SHRMGP is its largest Arizona chapter. ... Read More
The Blue Door Ball is the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale’s signature event that recognizes the Youth of the Year finalists with more than 700 attendees, including community leaders, supporters, staff and family. Finalists share their personal stories of triumph and transformation and how the Club has helped shape their lives and put them on a path toward great futures. The gala scheduled for February 28th also included a silent and live auction, dinner and live entertainment and performances from the Club youth.... Read More
Alisa Gray was featured in the November 2015 Issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine in the article “Bend, Stretch, Walk, Expand: Law Practice Takes a Deep Breath.” The article features Yoga programs for lawyers, law students and even judges that Alisa conducts. She is quoted in the magazine as saying, “I’m trying to change the practice of law one breath at a time.... Read More
David L. Case made a tax planning presentation for the December 9, 2015 State Bar of Arizona program, “Advanced Estate Planning: Complexities Facing Planners in the Current Estate Tax Environment.” ... Read More
Nora L. Jones presented a seminar entitled "Introduction to Elder Law" to the Ahwatukee Foothills Senior Association on January 7, 2016.  This well-attended seminar provided an overview to more than 80 seniors about elder law, including guardianships, conservators, recovery for financial exploitation and probate and trust administration and litigation.  ... Read More
David L. Rose sponsored a table at the annual Center for Arizona Policy dinner.  Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) promotes and defends the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom by working with state legislators and other elected officials at all levels of government to ensure that public policy promotes its foundational principles.
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Join James P. O’Sullivan and other experts on Thursday, April 28th, 2016 for a breakfast seminar in Mergers and Acquisitions, Financial Planning and Account and Tax law titled "The Great Escape: Exit Your Business Your  Way" from 7:30 am to 10:00 am at the Arizona Historical Museum.

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Ashley Case and Nora Jones presented to the State Bar of Arizona "Lawyer Hacks: The Millennials' Guide to the Ethical & Efficient Practice of Law"

June 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
May qualify for up to 2.0 hours CLE / 2.0 Ethics
To Register: In-Person, Phoenix | Webcast

Lunch is included with In-Person registration.

The term "Millennials," which refers to Americans between ages 19 to 35 in 2016, has become fraught with controversy: while it successfully identifies a group of people born on the cusp of a technological boom, the term is now often used to evoke a repugnant caricature of a lazy and entitled young adult.

For non-Millennials, this CLE will provide advice on how to work with Millennial lawyers, embrace some of the technological innovations Millennials use to make their law practice easier and more profitable, and earn the business of a Millennial client.

For Millennials, this CLE will offer insight into how to be a "good Millennial" – how to fight back against the stereotype and use innate generational talents to create an efficient and ethical practice.

Program Chairs
Ashley L. Case, Tiffany & Bosco, P.A.
Nora Jones, Tiffany & Bosco, P.A.
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