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State or federal, civil, criminal, regulatory or administrative, Alan has practiced in more places than he can remember, even once handling a case before the Department of Agriculture.  His practice emphasizes securities cases of all shapes and sizes.

He is a consensus builder, but relishes the opportunity to tangle when the situation calls for it.  Alan is often found lunging his way through the halls or leading team Friday pushup challenges, and is always on the lookout for plant-based treats and sweets.


J.D: Arizona State University College of Law 1990

B.A. Economics: Georgetown University 1986

Professional/Community Involvement:

Executive Committee of Arizona State Bar Securities Section: 1999-present, Chair: 2012-2013
Arizona State Bar Criminal Rules Committee: 1995-2000
Arizona Appellate Handbook: former editor, criminal appeals section
Chair or Presenter for Multiple CLEs involving securities regulation or litigation


Phoenix Magazine top Lawyer 2022

Arizona Business Leaders, 2019-2020

Southwest Superlawyer, 2011-2021

Before Weiss Brown:

Member: Baskin PLC

Member: Baskin Richards PLC

Partner: Roshka Heyman & DeWulf

Assistant Attorney General, Organized Crime & Fraud Section, Arizona Attorney General’s Office

Senior Attorney, Securities Division, Arizona Corporation Commission

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