In New York:
Ballard Spahr entered the Phoenix market in August 2006 with an office established by two of the city's leading corporate attorneys. Today, the office has more than 30 attorneys who practice in the transactional, public finance, intellectual property, litigation, employment, real estate, and environmental areas.
Our Phoenix attorneys represent clients in M&A and securities transactions; commercial bankruptcy; public finance transactions, including public-private partnerships; real estate development and leasing; and land use. Litigators handle a range of commercial disputes, including employment and environmental and natural resource matters. We have Indian law and water law practices and provide full intellectual property counseling and litigation services. The combination of
on-the-ground legal talent and national resources positions our Phoenix office as a key driver of Ballard Spahr's growth in the Southwest.
Pro bono service is a hallmark of the firm, and the Phoenix attorneys devote numerous hours to pro bono cases every year. Attorneys and staff in Phoenix support a number of worthy causes, including voter rights and assistance for the homeless.
Stephen M. Savage, Managing Partner
Karol A. Koepp, Office Administrator
Each of Ballard Spahr's 14 offices uniquely reflects the practices of its attorneys and the clients they serve, its market and industry focus, and the city it calls home. More than individual dots on a map, these offices are part of an interlocking whole that hums with the energy of attorneys working together and drawing on their collective experience for clients around the world.
Brave New World: The CFPB's Proposed Integrated Mortgage Loan Disclosures and Rules
A Ballard Spahr webinar
Wage and Hour Payouts: Learn from Others' Mistakes
A Ballard Spahr briefing by the Labor and Employment Group in Phoenix
Lila Shapiro-Cyr and Amy M. McClain
Ballard Spahr and Arizona Housing Alliance
When a Transaction Goes into Default: Preemptive Measures and Joint Venture Workouts
Asset Management & Using Receivers
Hampton Road (Virginia) Daily Press
Head West on Sky Harbor Boulevard, veering slightly right to stay on Sky Harbor Boulevard. Continue straight (about 1.5 miles) and continue onto E. Buckeye Road. Stay on E. Buckeye Road until you come to S. 16th Street, then turn right (north) onto 16th Street. Move into the left lane and stay there until you get to E. Washington Street. At E. Washington Street turn left. Continue west on E. Washington for approximately 1.5 miles. 1 East Washington Street will be on your left, and the entrance to the parking garage is just a few feet past 1st Street.
Take Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) West to exit 29 and merge onto AZ-51 South. Stay on AZ-51 for about 14.8 miles. Take the exit onto I-10 East toward Tucson. Take exit 148 for Washington Street, toward Jefferson Street/Rental Car Return (.2 mi). Turn right at E. Washington Street. Continue west on E. Washington Street. 1 East Washington Street will be on your left, and the entrance to the parking garage is just a few feet past 1st Street.
Head South on N. 95th Avenue toward W. Cardinals Drive. Turn right at W. Bethany Home Road. Turn left onto the Loop 101 South ramp and merge onto 101 Loop South. Take exit 1B to merge onto I-10 East toward Phoenix. Take exit 145 for 7th Street. Keep right at the fork, following signs for 7th Street S. and merge onto N. 7th Street. Turn right at E. Washington Street. Continue west on E. Washington Street. 1 East Washington Street will be on your left, and the entrance to the parking garage is just a few feet past 1st Street.