Mark E. Chadwick

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Practice Areas:
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Estate and Trust Litigation
  • State and Local Tax Litigation
  • Business Law
  • Construction Litigation
  • Liens
  • Foreclosures
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Election Law
  • Sports Law
  • Community Association Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Appellate Practice
General:

Born in Upland, California; admitted to bar, 1993, Arizona, 2000 Colorado, U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit;

Member: Pima County Bar Association;

Education:

University of California at Riverside (B.S. Economics, magna cum laude, 1988); University of Arizona (J.D., 1993). Recipient: American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law; Arizona Law Review Editors’ Award 1991-1992; Snell and Wilmer Outstanding Second Year Writer Award, 1991-1992. Articles Editor, Arizona Law Review, 1992-1993. Author, “Invigorated State Merger Enforcement: A Proposed Analytic Framework That Preempts Preemption Problems,” 35 Arizona Law Review 445 (1993).

Reported Cases:

Ringier American vs. State of Arizona 184 Ariz. 250, 908 P.2d 64 (App. 1995); Bull HN Information Systems vs. Maricopa County, 185 Ariz. 393, 916 P.2d 1109 (App. 1995); First Interstate Bank of Arizona vs. State of Arizona Department of Revenue 185 Ariz. 433, 916 P.2d 1149 (App. 1995); Abrams Airborne Manufacturing, Inc. vs. State of Arizona, 185 Ariz. 589, 917 P.2d 1236 (App. 1996); Rogers Corporation vs. State of Arizona Dept. of Revenue, 187 Ariz.157, P.2d 817 (App. 1996); Westin Tucson Hotel v. Arizona Department of Revenue, 188 Ariz. 360, 936 P.2d 183 (App. 1997); Home Depot USA, Inc. v. Pueblo County Board of Commissioners, 50 P.3d 916 (Co. Ct. App. 2002), In re Indenture of Trust Dated January 13, 1964, Weinstein v. Weinstein, 235 Ariz. 40; 326 P.3d 307 (App. 2014).

Civic:

Volunteer Lawyers Program (1997 – Present); Recipient, Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney of the Month (May, 1997); Founder & President of the tax exempt, 501(c)(3) Tucson Youth Baseball Club, Inc. (1998 – 2012); Head Coach, Tucson Wildcats (1998 – 2008); Director, Munger Chadwick Foundation

Political:

Chair, Republican National Lawyers Association, Southern Arizona Chapter; General Counsel, Pima County Republican Party (2004 – 2008); Arizona State Co-Chair, Lawyers for McCain-Palin; Director, Election Day Operations, Pima County; Panelist, Election Law Training Seminar for Arizona State Republican Party; Member: Republican National Lawyer’s Association.

Personal:

Married 29 years; Two Children; Mountain Biker & Cyclist; Member, Bethel Baptist Church