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The Arizona Republic quoted Dennis Wilenchik regarding candidate for constable John Acton’s cease-and-desist letter to Pinal county Sheriff Paul Babeu.
The Republic quoted Dennis Wilenchik concerning the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission case against Tom Horne, in which Mr. Wilenchik represents Mr. Horne.
Judge Gus Aragón of the Pima County Superior Court dismissed the elections challenge filed against Chuck Wooten, candidate for Congress in CD-2, entering the order of dismissal on June 18th. Wooten’s counsel, Jack Wilenchik, moved to dismiss the case and argued […]
Wilenchik & Bartness is proud to be joined by attorney Colleen Cox Thomas.
Ms. Thomas was an adjunct professor of business law and ethics at the Ken Blanchard College of Business at Grand Canyon University. Prior to that, Ms. Thomas served as a law clerk to the […]
Wilenchik & Bartness, P.C. was featured as “leaders in civil litigation” on the cover of the January 2014 “Legal Leaders,” a listing of Arizona’s top rated lawyers of 2013.
Wilenchik & Bartness Attorney Jack Wilenchik Quoted by Arizona Republic on Yarnell Hire Fire Penalties
Wilenchik & Bartness attorney Jack Wilenchik was quoted in the Arizona Republic about the Yarnell Hill Fire and possible penalties against the Arizona Forestry Division for its handling of the response, in which 19 firefighters perished. See here for details:
Dennis Wilenchik and Brian Hembd obtained dismissal of a quiet title action in which the Plaintiffs sought title to a property valued at over $3,000,000. The firm succeeded in getting the complaint dismissed on the grounds that the Plaintiffs never had any actual […]
The Arizona Supreme Court cited Wilenchik & Bartness attorney Thomas Lordan for his law review article, “Arizona’s ‘Economic Loss Rule’ and Flagstaff Affordable Housing,” in the case of Sullivan v. Pulte Home Corp., CV-12-0419-PR (Ariz. July […]
Partner Dennis Wilenchik was sworn in to the State Bar of New York. Mr. Wilenchik was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and received his undergraduate degree from Brooklyn College. Mr. Wilenchik later moved to Arizona, where he has practiced law since 1976.