Laura offers her clients a fresh perspective on not only the law, but also enhancing attorney-client relationship through straightforward communications and effective use of technology. Providing assistance to clients, whether a business or an individual, is something Laura prides herself in. She ensures that she gives her clients solutions that fit their needs and interests, not just lawyerly ideas that will cost the client money without providing them with the value they are looking for. Emerging technology is something Laura finds fascinating. Utilizing social media, she makes sure that she is up-to-date on the latest products and services that she can offer her clients. The Internet is where the vast majority of business takes place, either through email, the cloud, or e-commerce, and she strives to make sure that her clients are aware of their potential risks and rewards of using those platforms. More
Up Coming Seminars:
Laura Rogal joins a panel of experts discussing how real estate professionals can use smart technology. "The Industry Revolution: Smart Technology, Big Data, Drones & More" July, 20th 2018
Annual Arizona Lunch & Learn Seminar: "Data Security and Privacy" Security risks to both corporate networks and intellectual property being used by their employees mobile devices. Presented by Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal with the Arizona Tech Council - Septemeber 2017
"Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)" Best Practices and Risk Reduction with mobile devices in the workplace. Presented by Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal -March 2017
Phoenix Start Up Week "Talk to Your Lawyers Now" Presented by Laura Rogal - February 2017
- Practical and Efficient Legal Counsel – Laura’s primary practice area is commercial litigation, with her work encompassing intellectual property, employment, e-commerce, internet, First Amendment/defamation, and business divorce litigation.
- Technology-Driven Assistance – Laura enhances her practice through the use of technology. This includes being able to facilitate e-discovery, crafting motions and pleadings that incorporate graphics and websites, and using the Internet to provide a more rounded background for legal arguments. She also is skilled in utilizing her iPad and computer for court appearances and trial presentations.
- Event Team Member, Ignite Phoenix, #12-18
- Support Team Member, Ignite Phoenix #14-18
- Official, Arizona Womens Lacrosse Association and Western Women's Lacrosse League
- Southwest Region Chair for Women's Lacrosse Officials, US Lacrosse
- Executive Committee Member at Large, State Bar of Arizona - Intellectual Property Section
- Past Chair, Executive Committee, E-Commerce and Technology Section of the State Bar of Arizona
- Member, State Bar of Arizona Young Lawyers Division
- Graduate, Scottsdale Leadership Class XXIII
- Mentor, SEED SPOT
- CONNECT Board Member, Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix
- VP of Communications, Phoenix Illini Club
- District Court interpreting new Ninth Circuit case law related to what claims a borrower can and cannot assert against a lender who purchased the assets and assumed certain liabilities of a failed bank from the FDIC. Read the Motion for Leave opinion here.
- District Court ruling that a party who did not comply with a State Court order to post additional bond to keep a preliminary injunction in place in reliance on a legal position is subject to the preliminary injunction being dissolved. Read the Injunction Opinion here.