Shareholder Noel Capps recently was named Attorney of the Year by Medmarc. Capps was selected after a rigorous nomination, balloting and feedback process, which included input from Medmarc’s claims staff, policyholders and industry peers. “I have been privileged to receive the opportunities to represent Medmarc insureds and I am grateful to the company for this recognition,” Capps said. [...]
Shareholder Denise Wachholz recently contributed an article to AZ Big Media's AZRE magazine discussing how a recent Arizona Supreme Court Decision helps commercial contractors. Wachholz gives background on the case City of Phoenix v. Glenayre Electronics, Inc., in which "the plaintiff sued the City of Phoenix for mesothelioma that he alleged resulted from long-term exposure to asbestos while installing and [...]
Bill Drury's and Jeff Hunter's defense verdict in the matter Timothy Daniels et al. v. Rio Vista Surgical Associates, P.C. and Abedon Saiz was noted among the most significant defense verdicts in the state of Arizona in 2016 by Arizona Attorney Magazine.
Six attorneys from RCDM were recently recognized by Super Lawyers magazine for successful work in their respective practice areas.
With more than 50 years of combined experience, shareholders Bill Drury and Margie McCarthy were named two of the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona by Arizona Business magazine. Drury has tried more than 100 jury cases to verdict as he focuses his practice on commercial and business litigation, medical malpractice and healthcare litigation and professional [...]
Shareholder Bill Drury was featured on the cover of Arizona Business’ March-April 2017 edition for his efforts as an original co-founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation more than 35 years ago.
Attorney Rae Richardson has joined the Phoenix law firm of Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, PA as a Senior Associate.
In a recent trial, RCDM attorneys Jack Klecan and Kelly Hedberg successfully defended their clients in an insurance bad faith action.
On July 8, 2015, the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO), the administrative court with jurisdiction to review penalties for I-9 violations...
On September 30, 2015, the Ninth Circuit issued its much-anticipated decision in the case of O’Bannon v. NCAA..