Fennemore Elects Four New Directors
"After a year like no other, I'm proud to say that the future of the firm looks brighter than ever, and it's in part because of the talent and dedication of these four legal stars," noted Fennemore CEO, James Goodnow. "I always say that it's our people that make Fennemore so special, and these individuals represent the firm's best and brightest, guiding our clients amidst one of the most challenging business landscapes in history."
Katie Callaway works in the firm's Trusts & Estates practice group. Her work focuses primarily in the areas of estate planning, private client and wealth preservation, estate and trust administration, probate, guardianship and conservatorship, revocable trusts, power of attorney, and gift and estate tax matters.
Derek Pfaff serves in the firm's real estate practice area, working on matters such as shopping center development, commercial leasing and financing. He also works on renewable energy projects, specifically solar and wind, including site acquisition and leasing.
Susan Stone Rosenfield is a registered patent attorney in the firm's Intellectual Property practice group. She advises clients in diverse areas, including adoption, defense and enforcement of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret rights.
Emily Ward is a business litigator working on high-stakes cases for plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state courts across the country. She has worked on a wide range of matters, including constitutional issues, multilevel marketing, landfill and solid waste management and commercial real estate.
Founded in 1885, Fennemore is an NLJ250 law firm that helps businesses thrive. Whether launching start-ups with its venture accelerator, leading high-stakes mergers and acquisitions for Fortune 500 companies, or handling bet-the-company litigation for growth-phase enterprises, Fennemore has the back of business. You can learn more about the firm and its offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, and Nevada at FennemoreLaw.com (https://www.fennemorelaw.com/)
On November 1, 2020, Fennemore Craig and Dowling Aaron officially merged, now called Fennemore Craig Dowling Aaron in California, creating a full-service law firm with 10 offices and a geographic footprint stretching from Colorado to California, with roughly 175 lawyers and an additional 170 allied legal professionals.