Rose Law Group pc, a woman-led law firm in Scottsdale, has named Logan Elia a partner.
Mr. Elia has been with Rose Law Group since 2014. He is a national leader in cyber law including cyber defamation and online intellectual property infringements, according to a press release.
“Logan pioneered Arizona’s most respected cyber defamation practice and has established himself as a national expert in the field. Logan is also a leading attorney when it comes to litigating internet infringements on trademarks and copyrights, litigating on behalf of medical cannabis dispensaries, defending against criminal charges and supporting gun rights, gun ownership and the Second Amendment,” Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose said in a prepared statement.
“Logan exemplifies Rose Law Group’s focus on creative and innovative representation for our clients. Logan’s internet practice includes helping individuals and companies who have been defamed online and getting offensive and defamatory content removed from search engines.”
Mr. Elia is a former prosecutor who also previously worked at the Goldwater Institute and for the American Legislative Exchange Council, a release states.
He received law degree from the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, studied at Cambridge University and has his undergraduate degree from Pomona College. Elia, an Arizona native, is an active scuba diver and firearms enthusiast.
“I am honored to be named partner at one of the most progressive and trailblazing law firms in the country. My practice touches on a diverse set of legal areas and arenas,” Mr. Elia said in a prepared statement.
“There is no better firm on the country for me to bring my skills to bear for our clients than Rose Law Group.”