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Dev Sethi
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Avg hourly billing rate: $1
For over 20 years I have dedicated my practice to helping injured Arizonans. I represent good people who have been harmed by the bad acts of others in claims against corporations and insurance companies. My work focuses on trucking collisions, bike/pedestrian collisions, dangerous products, and medical malpractice. My firm, Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian, is here to help if you or those you care about need someone to hear you and tell your story.
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Kevin Moore
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Over 25 Years of Experience
Avg hourly billing rate: $300
Kevin Moore is entering his twenty-fifth year as an attorney representing clients across the state of Arizona and throughout the nation. Dedicating his career to protecting the rights of injured persons and their loved ones, Kevin has recovered over $50 million for his clients. As a native Tucsonan, Kevin considers personal injury law to be his first and true calling.
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Kevin Moore
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Over 25 Years of Experience
Avg hourly billing rate: $300
Kevin Moore is entering his twenty-fifth year as an attorney representing clients across the state of Arizona and throughout the nation. Dedicating his career to protecting the rights of injured persons and their loved ones, Kevin has recovered over $50 million for his clients. As a native Tucsonan, Kevin considers personal injury law to be his first and true calling.
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Ted A. Schmidt
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Ted's early career as a trial attorney began on the other side of the fence, in the offices of a major insurance defense firm. It was there that Ted acquired the experience, the skills and the special insight into defense strategy that have served him so well in the field of personal injury law. Notable among his successful verdicts was the landmark Sparks vs. Republic National Life Insurance Company case, a $4.5 million award to Ted's client. To this day, it is the defining case for insurance bad faith, and yet it is only one of several other multi-million dollar jury judgments won by Ted during his career. He is certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a specialist in "wrongful death and bodily injury litigation". Further examples of Ted's accomplishments in and out of the courtroom on behalf of his clients include the Bloom v. Brunswick Corporation case where he successfully obtained a $9 million verdict for a young man who had lost his leg in a boating accident. Ted advocated there was a product defect in the boat and convinced the jury to include a $6 million punitive damage award. Similarly, Ted tried a tire failure case in southern Idaho where he convinced the jury that a tire had been negligently installed and secured a $4.5 million verdict for his clients.
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Matthew Schmidt
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Matt is a partner at Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian and graduated from the James E Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in 2010. Matt's primary interest in law focuses on serious personal injury, insurance bad faith, and police liability. Prior to attending law school, Matt earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and Creative Writing at the University of Arizona. During this time, his interest in travel sent him on two study abroad programs in Italy and Ireland. His passion for creative writing has not left him since then, having self-published two children's books for his two older children - with a third book in the works. Matt's writing talent even won him 2nd place in the Arizona Attorney's creative arts competition in May 2011 for his fictional piece “The Taker.” In law school, Matt served as a legal extern for Senator Jon Kyl in Washington D.C. on the Judiciary Committee for the subcommittee of Terrorism, Technology, and Homeland Security in the Fall of 2008. He won the Andrew Silverman Law Student Community Service Award in the 2009-2010 for his leadership on the Community Service Board and orchestration of several community service events for law students to participate in.
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Peter Akmajian
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Peter Akmajian is a trial lawyer with 30+ years of experience and 40 jury trials in Tucson, Phoenix, Yuma, Bisbee and Nogales under his belt. These trials have mainly involved serious personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death. He was a civil defense lawyer for many years before making the switch to the plaintiff's side recently. Since 1998, Peter has been certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a Specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, and he is a long-time member of the State Bar's Commission that vets potential specialists. Peter is honored to have been inducted into three organizations recognizing outstanding trial work: the American College of Trial Lawyers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the International Society of Barristers. He is also a long-time member of another prestigious trial lawyer organization, the American Board of Trial Advocates. Peter is honored to have served as a judicial law clerk for Vice-Chief Justice Frank X. Gordon of the Arizona Supreme Court, from 1984 – 1985. Peter graduated from the University of Arizona for both undergraduate and law school (B.A., with distinction 1980) (J.D., with distinction 1984).
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Dev Sethi
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For over 20 years I have dedicated my practice to helping injured Arizonans. I represent good people who have been harmed by the bad acts of others in claims against corporations and insurance companies. My work focuses on trucking collisions, bike/pedestrian collisions, dangerous products, and medical malpractice. My firm, Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian, is here to help if you or those you care about need someone to hear you and tell your story.
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Ali Farhang
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
First and foremost, Ali is a community activist and high school football coach who believes that making positive contributions in ones’ community is an enormous aspect of living a successful and fulfilled life. Ali is also an AV-rated attorney who practices in the areas of labor and employment law, business consultation, commercial litigation and tort law. Ali has litigated a wide variety of employment, traditional labor, corporate and general liability matters. Additionally, Ali has advised and assisted management clients seeking to enforce restrictive covenants and with respect to a multitude of federal and state compliance issues. He also acts as de facto general counsel to a number of significant corporate clients who conduct business across multiple jurisdictions.
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NIVEDITA KULKARNI
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Avg hourly billing rate: $300
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Adriane Hofmeyr
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Commercial litigation; and Administrative hearings.
Avg hourly billing rate: $300
Adriane Hofmeyr is an experienced litigator in administrative disputes with regulators and general commercial litigation. Adriane has trial experience in federal and state courts (including as a former Deputy District Attorney in Colorado, where she tried criminal bench trials). She has presented appeals to the Arizona Supreme Court, Arizona Court of Appeals, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. She has appeared before many state agencies, including the Office of Administrative Hearings, the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, the Board of Cosmetology, and the American Board of Radiology. She is a Professor of Practice at the James E. Rogers College of Law, where she has taught a class "Practicalities of Suing the Government." Adriane is originally from South Africa, where she practiced law before the end of apartheid and after South Africa's miraculous transformation to a fully-fledged constitutional democracy (she was in-house counsel at the Cape Town City Council at the time). This has given her an acute appreciation for the power of the legal system to prevent and overturn government abuses of power. Civic Activities: Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest, Board and Secretary - Feb 2017 - Present; Pima County Bar Association, CLE Committee Member - 2015 - Present; State Bar of Arizona, Appellate Practice Section Executive Council - June 2017 - Present; CLE Presenter: “Claims against Government Entities” - 2015 - Present; CLE Presenter: “Overturning Agency Actions” - 2017 - Present; CLE Presenter: “Ethical Issues Facing In-House Counsel” - June and October, 2018; Member, Environmental Law Institute - Present; Member, Arizona Women Lawyers Association -Present; Member, SBA Administrative and Environmental Sections - Present; Founding Board Member, GroYourBiz Tucson - January, 2018 - November, 2018; Commissioner, Pima County/Tucson Women’s Commission - 2014 - 2017; Member, Morris K. Udall Inn of Court - 2011 - 2016; Mentor, U of A Mentoring Program - 2011 - 2013; and Trustee, Rhodes Alumni in North America - 2009 - 2010.
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Ali J. Farhang
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General practice, Personal injury
Avg hourly billing rate: $400
First and foremost, Ali is a community activist and high school football coach who believes that making positive contributions in ones community is an enormous aspect of living a successful and fulfilled life. Ali is also an AV-rated attorney who practices in the areas of labor and employment law, business consultation, commercial litigation and tort law. Ali has litigated a wide variety of employment, traditional labor, corporate and general liability matters. Additionally, Ali has advised and assisted management clients seeking to enforce restrictive covenants and with respect to a multitude of federal and state compliance issues. He also acts as de facto general counsel to a number of significant corporate clients who conduct business across multiple jurisdictions.
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Sara C. Derrick
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Sara C. Derrick’s practice is concentrated in the areas of Real Estate, Business and Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions and Estate Planning.  Sara advises all sizes of for-profit and non-profit organizations in the areas of corporate law and business law.  Sara also represents buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and developers in a variety of commercial real estate matters.  Sara takes a practical approach in representing and advising individuals and entities to obtain favorable results for her clients in an effective and efficient manner.Invested in community partnerships, Sara is a volunteer for the Pima County Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyer’s Program and serves on the Advisory Board of Make-A-Wish Arizona. Prior to that, Sara served on the Board of Directors for the Diaper Bank of Arizona and the Advisory Board for the Sunnyside Parents as Teachers Program. Additionally, Sara serves as general counsel for the Better Business Bureau of Tucson.Prior to joining Farhang & Medcoff, Sara was a shareholder with Mesch Clark Rothschild.
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Neal A. Eckel
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Neal is recognized as one of the best construction law attorneys in Tucson and nationwide. Neal’s practice focuses primarily in the areas of Construction, Business and Employment Law and he has extensive experience in corporate formations, contract drafting and review, business and employment disputes, and all areas of construction and business law. Neal has made Tucson his home since 1970 and is a graduate of the UA and the UA James E. Rogers College of Law. Neal is listed in The Best Lawyers in America as one of the top Construction Law and Litigation attorneys and was named as one of Tucson Lifestyle Magazine’s Best Lawyers. Neal is committed to helping make Tucson a better place to live and has had the pleasure of serving on multiple non-profit and community boards, including United Way, the City of Tucson, Industrial Development Authority Board, the Reid Park Zoological Society, and many construction-related organizations.
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Lia M. Keller
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Avg hourly billing rate: $399
Lia Keller is an attorney and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources. Lia advises a broad spectrum of employers, both public and private, on matters related to labor and employment law. Lia acts as “concierge counsel” for her clients from the hiring of an employee up through termination of employment, with a strong focus on creating solutions before a problem arises. Lia advises employers on proper pay practices, including fluctuating workweeks, overtime requirements, exemptions from overtime and other Fair Labor Standards Act requirements.Lia counsels clients on unlawful harassment and discrimination, retaliation, leave rights, benefit continuation, terminations of employment and other employment-related issues. Lia creates practical policies and procedures to ensure compliance with state and federal law while tailoring these to specific employer needs. Lia works closely with her clients to draft independent contractor agreements, commission agreements, and other documentation.Lia conducts in-depth investigations for both public and private employers related to allegations of harassment, discrimination, fraud and other matters. Lia represents employer clients in administrative proceedings including those before the ACRD, EEOC, Department of Labor and other actions including the preparation of Responses to Charges of Discrimination and Wage Claims.Lia is an accomplished trainer, having created more than 65 educational and enjoyable employment law programs. She has conducted varied legal seminars for over 7,000 participants, including Human Resources professionals, Boards of Directors, executives, supervisors, employees, and other attorneys.Lia is proud to be engaged in the Tucson community, sharing her knowledge, time, and energy with local educational and charitable entities regularly acting as a volunteer, committee member, or official pro bono legal counsel.
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Travis L. Tufts
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Avg hourly billing rate: $350
Travis Tufts practices in the areas of estate planning, probate litigation, and commercial litigation. Travis grew up in Tucson and attended the University of Arizona, where he graduated with degrees in Political Science and Spanish. After spending several years in Miami, Florida obtaining his J.D./LL.M in Taxation from the University of Miami, he realized Tucson is his one true home. Travis returned to Tucson to be closer to family, friends, and as a former member of the Arizona Men’s Club Soccer Team, to support the UA community.His professional experiences give him a unique perspective and ability to advise clients. Travis leverages his background in litigation to carefully tailor clients’ estate plans, achieving desired outcomes while minimizing risks of costly probate disputes. He relies on his advanced knowledge of tax law to counsel clients with unique assets or diverse property interests to minimize the impact of estate and gift tax when leaving property to their family, loved ones, or favorite charity. While the goal is to avoid disputes, the unfortunate reality is that not every estate plan avoids litigation. When litigation arises, Travis relies upon his extensive estate planning knowledge to advocate zealously for his clients in probate litigation while advising clients to pursue practical, cost- effective resolutions in litigation. Regardless of the size or complexity of the matter, Travis strives to fulfill his clients’ objectives while providing sound advice in the estate planning and probate areas.Prior to joining Farhang & Medcoff, Travis worked as in-house counsel for a Fortune 100 insurance company. Before entering private practice, Travis clerked for the Hon. Charles V. Harrington at Pima County Superior Court.
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Kristen L. Wendler
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Kristen’s practice focuses on the areas of Construction, Real Estate and Business. In her construction practice, Kristen represents general contractors, owners, and trade contractors, with an emphasis on drafting, reviewing and negotiating development and construction contracts, both in the private and public sector. Her real estate and business law experience includes business formation, mergers/acquisitions, commercial real estate transactions, commercial leasing, disadvantaged business enterprises, and succession planning. Kristen received her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and her Juris Doctorate from the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona, and served as the Business Editor for the Journal of International and Comparative Law. During law school, Kristen received the Outstanding Performance in Legal Writing Award and she participated in the Comparative and International Law Program in Cape Town, South Africa. Prior to attending law school, Kristen worked in the construction industry in Tucson as a Human Resource Specialist. Kristen is the immediate past chair of the State Bar of Arizona Real Property Section, and she is a current member of the Arizona Builder’s Alliance and Arizona Transportation Builder’s Alliance. In addition to her law practice, Kristen serves the Tucson community as a Rotarian and as a board member, executive council member and chair-elect of the Children’s Museum of Tucson. When not in the office, Kristen can be found playing soccer or enjoying the beautiful Tucson Community with her husband and children. 
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Patrick Emerson McCormick
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Patrick’s practice focuses in the areas of corporate, intellectual property, and emerging industries litigation. Patrick handles any issues his clients come across, from formation to dissolution and everything in between, be it profit sharing, licensing, real estate, or derivative actions. Patrick is also a Certified Blockchain Professional and can assist clients with any blockchain issues through all stages of litigation, from discovery to collecting a judgement. Patrick is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law, during which time he worked at the USC IP and Technology Law Clinic and externed for the Honorable Neil W. Bason, C.D. Cal. Bkr. Most recently, Patrick served as Secretary of the P.I.C.O. Neighborhood Council and was previously the founding CFO of Friends of GALA, a 501(c)(3) for the benefit of an all-girl public STEM school in Los Angeles. McCormick earned his bachelor’s degree at Oklahoma State University. 
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Camille Catsaros
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Avg hourly billing rate: $300
Ms. Catsaros represents plaintiffs in personal injury cases including motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death and slip and fall. She also represents individual and business clients in immigration matters including adjustment of status (green cards), visas and consular processing, removal (deportation) defense, naturalization and citizenship, student visas, work permits and work visas.
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James Hassey
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Criminal Defense; DUI Defense; Domestic Violence matters
Avg hourly billing rate: $250
The Law Office of James Hassey is a San Diego based law firm priding it’s self on going above and beyond to get the best outcome and best results for its clients. San Diego attorney Jim Hassey has been recognized by other attorneys as well as judges for his tenacity, his resourcefulness, and his ability to use the legal system’s procedures and laws to maximize his client’s offenses and/or defenses. Every case has multiple moving parts and any one of those can mean the difference between winning and losing. Because even people with the best memories begin to forget some specifics of a situation as time passes, and even the smallest of details can make the biggest difference, it’s always better to meet sooner than later.
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Lahore Javed
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Avg hourly billing rate: $10
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Timothy M. Medcoff
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Avg hourly billing rate: $200
Timothy Medcoff is an AV Rated attorney who defends clients in the areas of product liability, insurance claims, traditional labor and all types of employment disputes as well as commercial litigation. His portfolio is deep and varied, and his focus on maintaining client relationships serves to create long lasting partnerships with clients. Timothy’s extensive experience working with national companies in multi-district litigation makes him an asset to any client, large or small.Timothy has comprehensive trial and litigation experience from investigating claims to defending pharmaceutical and medical device companies and tire, crane and heavy equipment manufacturers in liability and wrongful death matters. Timothy has also worked with numerous insurers and national rental car companies in significant personal injury and wrongful death litigation.Timothy has represented a broad range of employers in all facets of labor and employment law, including; defending employers in discrimination cases, wrongful discharge lawsuits, wage and hour claims, union litigation and enforcement of restrictive covenants and trade secret protections in federal and state courts and agencies.He has also represented employers in labor arbitrations, grievances and the negotiations of collective bargaining agreements. In one particular case, Timothy’s efforts led to the Union disclaiming its interest in the bargaining unit. Timothy also counsels employers on day to day human resource issues including personnel handbooks, policy changes and investigations. He works with business owners in contract negotiations and partner disputes as well.
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Robert C. Garcia
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Avg hourly billing rate: $300
As one of the firm’s administrative partners, Robert Garcia understands well what it is like to run a business. This direct experience gives Robert insights that are not merely academic or theoretical; it helps Robert provide the firm’s clients prompt, pragmatic solutions that work in the real world. Robert’s practice is focused on employment matters with an emphasis on planning and prevention. His goal in such representations is to minimize the likelihood of a resource-consuming claim or lawsuit against the firm’s clients. When claims or lawsuits do arise, Robert leverages his extensive litigation background and experience to defend claims smartly and achieve positive results.Robert regularly practices before the various courts and state and federal administrative agencies whose jurisdiction covers employment matters. Robert has successfully represented clients in matters relating to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), the Arizona Civil Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Arizona Employment Protection Act, amongst various other laws and regulations commonly at issue in employment concerns. Robert assists clients at every stage of the employment relationship from compliant recruitment and onboarding, to arranging for amicable separations, and everything in between.Robert is an accomplished litigator who represents clients not only in employment-related lawsuits, but also in litigation relating to business and commercial matters, partnership disputes, shareholder derivative disputes, personal injury (direct and retained defense) disputes, and probate matters.Robert is a native of Southern Arizona who enjoys sci-fi (stars, both wars and trek), University of Arizona athletics, and being, working with, and protecting animals/wildlife.
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Roscoe J. Mutz
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Roscoe Mutz is an attorney with a broad litigation background, including commercial litigation, employment law, real estate disputes, condominium and homeowner association disputes, financial regulatory compliance and audit advice, litigation and compliance issues involving HIPAA, wage and hour law, and the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, personal injury and products liability, construction law, and wrongful death.Roscoe regularly represents employers before state and federal administrative agencies regarding allegations of discrimination and/or retaliation involving Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other applicable statutes and regulations. Roscoe also assists employers with preventative advice regarding employment policies, drafts employee handbooks, internal policies and procedures, conducts investigations, drafts employment contracts, and provides employee training on myriad employment compliance matters. Roscoe is licensed in Arizona and Massachusetts.    Roscoe has represented clients during all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation investigation through trial and appeal. In addition to his trial practice experience, Roscoe has also drafted multiple appellate briefs regarding employment discrimination and constitutional issues, including Amicus Curie briefs and appeals to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.
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Adam T. Peterson
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Avg hourly billing rate: $400
Adam Peterson is an attorney in the litigation department and a native Tucsonan, growing up on the city’s northwest side.  After graduating from the University of Arizona, Adam attended law school in the Midwest and spent the early part of his career practicing in Chicago, Illinois; focusing on representing clients in commercial disputes and catastrophic birth injury litigation.  Adam has litigated cases throughout the country as well as represented clients in complex class-action matters before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation.Having returned to his hometown, Adam continues to represent and advise clients in commercial, general liability, as well as labor and employment matters.  Adam prides himself on taking a practical and cost-effective approach to resolving his client’s legal matters while leveraging his broad litigation experience to obtain the best possible result.  For his efforts, Adam has been regularly recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine.
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Jacob R. Valdez
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Avg hourly billing rate: $350
Jacob Valdez’s practice is concentrated in employment litigation and commercial litigation. Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Jacob earned his Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and received his bachelor’s from the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining Farhang & Medcoff, Jacob worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Kimberly H. Ortiz at Arizona Superior Court.Jacob gained practical skills while in law school by serving as the Vice President and Voting Rights Coordinator for the Disability Law Project. In addition, he also worked as a law clerk in the Offices of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, U.S. Senator John Thune, and the Arizona Attorney General. His professional experience gives him a unique perspective and ability to advise clients.
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Over 25 Years of Experience
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Commercial litigation; and Administrative hearings.
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General practice, Personal injury
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