- 4.6/5.0 (12 reviews)
Some of the tools we use are cease and desist letters, retraction/deletion demand letters, pre-litigation negotiations, mediation advocacy, arbitration advocacy, trial court litigation, and appellate court litigation. We also help our clients prevent and protect against unlawful disclosures of private information or business trade secrets. We write letters, agreements, regulations, policies, manuals, and contracts that help ensure against the negligent disclosure or intentional misuse of sensitive and private information. We prepare and deliver presentations to business clients that help them educate their leaders, general counsel, and managers about relevant laws and legal developments.
Our attorneys are members of the state bars of either Arizona or Colorado.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Phoenix office:
5.0/5.0 Review for HopkinsWay PLLC on 11/14/17 in Libel, Slander and Defamation.
Ed's knowledge of privacy law is vast. His presentation style makes it easy for lawyers who practice in different areas and lay people to grasp. His advice on how to protect our large employment practice was timely and brilliant. I highly recommend E... Read more
5.0/5.0 Review for Mr. Edward Charles Hopkins Jr. on 05/09/17 in Communications and Media.
This attorney gave my partners and me the most sound and strategic legal advice we've received since starting our foundation. We were ready to sue but Ed gave us a strategy to recover our losses and avoid negative press, which none of us could afford... Read more
This attorney gave my partners and me the most sound and strategic legal advice we've received since starting our foundation. We were ready to sue but Ed gave us a strategy to recover our losses and avoid negative press, which none of us could afford. He is clearly a scholar and well-versed on numerous topics which helped him guide us through tricky territory with a couple of less-than-stable donors with mental issues. His expertise is priceless. Read lessRead less
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