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Maureen Beyers practices complex commercial litigation and arbitration. Licensed in Arizona since 1996 and New York since 1988, Maureen practices in state and federal court representing clients in wide assortment of contract and business tort disputes across many industries. Litigation Practice: From technology to franchise and everything in between, Maureen is known for her effective and efficient approach to complex litigation. For the last several years, Maureen has been recognized for her...
After twelve years of practicing both civil and criminal trial law, Colin was appointed a Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court in 1990. During his seventeen years as a Judge, he sat on every assignment (civil, criminal, juvenile and family), and was Presiding Judge from 2000 to 2005. On returning to Osborn Maledon in 2007 after his retirement from the Bench, Colin has had an active commercial and public law trial practice.
Garrick Gallagher joined the firm in 1988, and is a Shareholder, Director and Past President (2000-2006) of the firm. Mr. Gallagher earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1984, and his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981. Mr. Gallagher concentrates his practice on complex civil litigation throughout Arizona, the United States, and abroad. He has been interviewed by Dateline NBC, local news networks, the Los Angeles Times,...
Mr. Palumbo brings more than 30 years of civil litigation experience to assist clients in resolving their business disputes. Although he has participated in more than 40 trials in the Superior Courts of Arizona and District Court of Arizona, in most of which he was lead counsel, Mr. Palumbo is also a strong advocate of alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Palumbo has served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Superior Courts since 1998 and has presided over trials and dozens of settleme...
Mr. Rhodes has an extensive background in legal ethics. He regularly advises attorneys and law firms in matters relating to State Bar complaints, fee disputes, disciplinary matters, bar admission, and other licensing, ethics, and professional responsibility issues. In addition, Mr. Rhodes previously served as the Firm’s General Counsel from May 2015 to January 2021 and held the position of Managing Attorney from December 2009 to May 2015. The Best Lawyers in America© named Mr. Rhod...
Michael Rubin has practiced law for over 40 years with an emphasis on Environmental matters, Business and Securities Litigation and Appellate work. He has represented a chemical distribution company, wastewater treatment facility, general contractors, developers and redevelopers, a national truck rental company and a municipality in environmental actions. Mr. Rubin is also skilled in arbitration and mediation.
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