The Wilenchik & Bartness Building
Dennis I. Wilenchik won a verdict for over $540,000, in addition to attorney’s fees, for the Plaintiff in a commercial leasing dispute. The verdict, for BB&K Metro Tech Center, LLC., was also successfully defended on appeal.
Dennis Wilenchik and Kathleen Rapp represented 12 of the 15 Arizona Counties in a case on appeal before retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’ Connor. The panel also included Ninth Circuit Judge Sandra Segal Ikuta and Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Alex Kozinski. Audio of the argument, which includes a […]
Wilenchik & Bartness was given Martindale-Hubbell’s “highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards,” being named to the 2009 Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
Wilenchik & Bartness is proud to sponsor the annual Goldwater Women’s Tennis Classic, held at
the Phoenix Country Club. The event benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley.
Dennis Wilenchik and Kathleen Rapp successfully defended Sheriff Arpaio from a meritless lawsuit brought by a former inmate who had been sentenced to serve 24 hours in Tent City for a DUI. Patricia Dougherty brought suit after she fell while attempting to exit a 4 foot 7 inch bunk bed […]
Dennis Wilenchik won a verdict for $700,000 for Randall Martin Homes in a lawsuit for breach of contract as well as the the following appeal. Randall Martin Homes entered into a contract with Evergreen Communities to purchase a piece of raw land in Buckeye, Arizona.
The Arizona Court of Appeals upheld the verdict and award of costs obtained by Wilenchik & Bartness in Saban v. Arpaio.
Wilenchik & Bartness represented Sheriff Joseph Arpaio; his chief deputy, David Hendershott; and Maricopa County in a defamation lawsuit by Dan Saban, a former candidate for Sheriff. In 2007, a jury found in favor of the Sheriff after an 11 day trial and awarded Defendants taxable costs in the litigation.
In 2004 Arizona voters passed Proposition 200, an initiative measure that, among other things, changed the election law to require: (1) proof of citizenship to register to vote; and (2) proof of identification when one votes at the polling place on election day. Several Plaintiffs, including the Mexican American Legal […]