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Dennis Wilenchik gives Ethics Seminar on Professional Etiquette for the Courtroom and Other Legal Situations

As a Distinguished Faculty Member for Lorman Education Services, Dennis Wilenchik often speaks on a variety of legal topics. On November 8, 2019, Dennis Wilenchik gave a 90-minute seminar on Professional Etiquette for the Courtroom and Other Legal Situations .

It is still available in an On-Demand Webinar and qualifies […]

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Dennis Wilenchik has been appointed as general counsel to the Spanish Honorary Consulate of Arizona

Dennis Wilenchik has been appointed as general counsel to the Spanish Honorary Consulate of Arizona, The Honorable Alfredo J. Molina.

International Jeweler Mr. Molina is the General Counsel and also serves as the Chairman of the Consular Corps of Arizona.

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Dennis I. Wilenchik argues before the Court of Appeals

On November 7, 2019, Dennis I. Wilenchik argued before the Court of Appeals, Division One, in Premium Leaf v. Arizona Department of Health Services, No. 1 CA-CV 18-0433.
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Phoenix City Council Appoints John D. “Jack” Wilenchik to the Phoenix Historic Preservation and Heritage Commissions. February 20, 2019

On February 20, 2019, the Phoenix City Council appointed John D. “Jack” Wilenchik to the Phoenix Historic Preservation Commission and the Phoenix Heritage Commission.
The Phoenix Historic Preservation Commission has nine members. The Historic Preservation Commission works with the Phoenix City Council on matters of historic preservation, including but not […]

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Wilenchik & Bartness, P.C. announced as official legal counsel for the Arizona Republican party

Wilenchik & Bartness, P.C. was recently appointed as the official legal counsel for the Arizona Republican party. Chairman Dr. Kelli Ward informed Dennis Wilenchik of the appointment.

The Firm’s attorneys, including Managing Partner Dennis I. Wilenchik and John D. “Jack” Wilenchik, have represented the State of Arizona, Maricopa County, and numerous […]

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March 1, 2019: Dennis I. Wilenchik Presents Webinar CLE on 30(b)(6) Depositions: Best Practices for Use of And Defending a company Representative

The 30(b)(6) deposition is one of the most effective, but often under-utilized, tools available to a party in litigation. Deposition responses are binding for a company. Finding, choosing, preparing, and defending these depositions are crucial to the success of litigation. This 90-minute seminar will be Friday, March 1, 2019, […]

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Dennis I Wilenchik, Distinguished Lawyer

Dennis Wilenchik has been recognized by The Lawyers of Distinction.

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Attorney Jack Wilenchik argues before the Arizona Court of Appeals for client Steven Sussex, whose family has occupied property in Tempe since 1890. Court of Appeals Judge in Tempe Land Case, asks, “Who the hell owns this property, then?”

Attorney Jack Wilenchik argues before the Arizona Court of Appeals for client Steven Sussex, whose family has occupied property in Tempe since 1890. Court of Appeals Judge in Tempe Land Case, asks, “Who the hell owns this property, then?”

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Judge Dominic W. Lanza’s Investiture Ceremony on January 18, 2018

Dennis I. Wilenchik, the Hon. Dominic W. Lanza, United States District Court Judge, District of Arizona, and former Maricopa County Attorney Donald W. Harris at Judge Lanza’s Investiture Ceremony on January 18, 2018 at the Sandra Day O’Connor United States Courthouse. read more

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Firm Files Petition to U.S. Supreme Court in Arpaio Case

Phoenix, AZ – Jack Wilenchik of the firm filed a Petition with the United States Supreme Court today on behalf of Mr. Arpaio, seeking to overturn the Ninth Circuit’s decision to replace the prosecutors in his appeal with a “special prosecutor.” The Petition can be accessed here. […]

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