Hallman named chairman of litigation at Rose Law Group

Hugh Hallman

Hugh Hallman

Hugh Hallman, one of the state’s leading attorneys, has been appointed as chairman of Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group’s litigation department.

Mr. Hallman has worn many distinguished hats throughout his 25 year career in law, education, politics and business: Mayor of Tempe, statewide candidate for Treasurer, headmaster, economist, and civic activist.

But one title that has remained steadfast throughout his career, is serving as one of the state’s top attorneys.

His years of service, and dedication in the legal field has led to impressive work in representing Apple against Microsoft, as well as Dell against Texas Instruments.

“Hugh Hallman is one the most intelligent, experienced and diversified litigators and transaction attorneys in our state right now,” said Jordan Rose, Founder and President of Rose Law Group. “He not only brings an impressive resume, and vast collection of skills to our firm, but he is a real asset for clients working with local, state and national governmental bodies across the globe.”

Before and after serving as Mayor of Tempe from 2004 to 2012, Hallman served as a political consultant for city, state and national campaigns, providing advice on economic issues, tactics, and outreach programs.

“My broad political experience has taught me how to work effectively with government officials at all levels, and how to accomplish a client’s objectives, while bringing people together to find common ground and practical solutions,” said Mr. Hallman. “I’m excited to be leading the litigation department here at Rose Law Group and hope to provide my expertise on many more matters to come.”

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