Rose Law Group names Trenk as partner, adds Fisher to masthead

Adam Trenk makes partner at Rose Law Group. (Submitted photo)

Attorney Adam Trenk has been named partner at Rose Law Group while partner Kaine Fisher’s name has been added to the firm’s masthead.

Mr. Trenk, director of equine law, has been an attorney with Rose Law Group since 2010, according to a press release. In addition to equine law, he practices in public policy, zoning, aviation and business law.

He works as a strategist consulting across multiple industries on government relations and corporate development matters. During his career he has helped draft the zoning ordinances for medical marijuana in several jurisdictions throughout the state, the release said.

Mr. Trenk is noted to have established the largest equine law practice in the state. He’s worked with clients from various industries to define and accomplish changes to

legislation, permit approvals, negotiations, and project management.

 

“Being invited into partnership at the Rose Law Group is perhaps the greatest honor I could receive,” said Mr. Trenk in a prepared statement. “It is intensely validating to know that my friends and mentors at Arizona’s most dynamic law firm hold me in the same professional esteem as I have had for them since the start of my career here eight years ago.”

Mr. Fisher, whose name is added to the firm’s masthead, became partner in 2014 and serves as the director of family law, the release stated.

Kaine Fisher (Submitted photo)

“We have a special group of brilliant, talented and interesting people working here,” said Mr. Fisher in a prepared statement. “I cherish being a part of this unique culture and am honored that Jordan and the other named partners felt it appropriate to include my name on the door with theirs.”

With a focus on representing clients in high-conflict, high-asset family law matters, he handles all domestic relations/family law matters; plus handles criminal matters.

Mr. Fisher serves as a Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore and volunteers his time providing pro bono legal services for lower income litigants as a part of the Maricopa County Superior Court – Family Law Assistance Program.

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