I am a native Phoenician. The only time I lived outside of Arizona was for law... more
I am a native Phoenician. The only time I lived outside of Arizona was for law school in Lansing, Michigan. I have worked for Don A. Fendon, P.C. (now Fendon Law Firm, P.C.) since February 2001. I was a certified paralegal prior to attending law school. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two boys, lifting weights, and playing golf. I also enjoy following the NFL and Major... view profile
Chad Conelly, an Arizona native, has been practicing law in Arizona since 2003 in a... more
Chad Conelly, an Arizona native, has been practicing law in Arizona since 2003 in a wide variety of employment, business, and real estate matters, focusing on business and real estate litigation and employment disputes. He is a Founding Member and Managing Member of the firm Molever Conelly PLLC, which has achieved an AV® Preeminent™ rating - the highest rating a law firm can achieve signi... view profile
Ashley Kasarjian is a labor and employment attorney with experience in litigation,... more
Ashley Kasarjian is a labor and employment attorney with experience in litigation, employment counseling/advice, and internal investigations. Her litigation practice includes representing companies in a broad range of employment law matters at the administrative, state and federal levels, including claims of workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Ashley has provided representati... view profile
Hamid Jabbar is a former large firm lawyer (O’Melveny & Myers, LLP) and former law... more
Hamid Jabbar is a former large firm lawyer (O’Melveny & Myers, LLP) and former law Clerk to Hon. Earl H. Carroll, United States District Judge for the District of Arizona. His primary practice areas are litigation, business, and bankruptcy. He is licensed to practice in Arizona and California.
I have wanted to practice law pretty much all my life. When I was interviewed... more
I have wanted to practice law pretty much all my life. When I was interviewed because my El Paso high school had chosen me to go to Girls State in Austin, I said that I wanted to go to the University of Texas School of Law, graduate, and have a private practice for my entire career. And that is what I have had the good fortune of being able to do. After graduating with honors fr... view profile
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