Scott B. Seymann joined Adelman German in Scottsdale in 2010, where he practices in the areas of personal injury, disability insurance bad faith, products liability, and medical malpractice. Before joining Adelman German, Mr. Seymann worked as a law clerk with Polsinelli Shughart PC in Phoenix, and as a judicial extern for U.S. District Court of Arizona Chief Judge Roslyn O. Silver.
A judge with the Mesa Municipal Court, Michelle C. Lue Sang received the Civil Justice Leader Award from the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center for her efforts on behalf of those in need.
In July 2012, and after 14 years of practicing law with Snell & Wilmer, Monica Limon-Wynn decided to leave the large firm life to open her own practice in Scottsdale, Arizona.
An experienced business litigator, her practice is focused on contract disputes and intellectual property matters in a variety of industries.
Lara Rhodes is an associate with the Phoenix office of Quarles & Brady, and is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Group.
In 2012 Stephanie King joined Quarles & Brady in Phoenix, and practices in the Corporate Services Group.
Following a full career in sales and operations management, David Blackledge has begun his law career with Quarles & Brady in Phoenix.
A shareholder at Burch & Cracchiolo, Keith A. Olbricht became co-chair of the firm’s construction-defect practice group in late 2012. He practices in all areas of Construction-related and General Liability litigation, and has served as lead counsel for construction industry clients in multi-million dollar residential and commercial litigation matters.
Presently a partner at Lewis and Roca, Gregory Harris is in the firm’s Business practice section. His practice includes areas of administrative law, regulatory law, health care law, and government relations. He is listed with Best Lawyers in America for 2013.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Harris held positions with Commodity Futures Trading Commission as a trial attorney, the State of Arizona as Assistant Attorney General, and the Arizona Department of Insurance as the agency’s Executive Assistant Director.
Kyrsten Sinema was elected to the United States House of Representatives in November, 2012.
Ms. Sinema was a social worker in the Washington Elementary School District before becoming a criminal defense lawyer, and she has also been an adjunct instructor in the ASU School of Social Work since 2003.
She served in the Arizona House for 6 years beginning in 2005, and became an Arizona State Senator in 2011. In addition to her J.D., Ms. Sinema holds a Ph.D. in Justice Studies.
Prior to joining Pite Duncan in Phoenix, Carrie Thompson Jones owned and operated businesses in the consumer goods manufacturing and distribution industries, as well as in the legal industry.
She practices in the firm’s civil litigation department, representing financial institutions and related entities.