Dennis Wilenchik Sworn in to New York Bar
Published on March 8, 2013

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.

3-6-13 Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, “Crowdfunding” Lawyer Mark Svjeda
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Jack talks to Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny about General Motors’s announcement that it is locating a major facility in Chandler’s Price Corridor. Also, “crowdfunding” lawyer Mark Svejda explains what “crowdfunding” is, why it’s the next big thing on the Internet, and how (of course) the law will be involved.

2-27-13 Flagstaff Mayor Jerry Nabours
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Dennis and Jack talk to recently elected Flagstaff Mayor Jerry Nabours about artificial snow, what it’s like being Mayor, and about his “million-dollar” ideas for the City.

2-20-13 Dennis Miller, Justin Johnson
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Jack Wilenchik interviews Phoenix City Council candidate Justin Johnson, former Mayor Paul Johnson’s son. Also, Dennis and Jack Wilenchik interview comedian Dennis Miller (who also has a show airing on KFNX–check it out) in the last segment.

2-13-13 IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson
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Death and taxes! Jack talks to IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson about new innovations in filing taxes (did you know there is a new IRS smartphone app?) and commonly made mistakes.

2-6-13 James Kuntsler
Published on February 15, 2013

Jack talks to James Kuntsler, author of the bestseller “The Long Emergency,” about his new followup book, entitled “Too Much Magic: Wishful Thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation.”

Malicious Prosecution Case against Town of Patagonia Settles
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Alan Woods, who sued the Town of Patagonia Police Department and two of its former officers for malicious prosecution after a Superior Court Judge threw out his sentence of over 40 years, has settled his claims. Mr. Woods was represented by Wilenchik and Bartness. Article in the Nogales International

Month-Long Trial of Duane Slade Ends in Hung Jury; Jurors Refuse to Convict on “Ponzi Scheme” Charges of Mail and Wire Fraud, Money Laundering
Published on January 29, 2013

The jury said it was unable to return a verdict today in the month-long trial of Duane Hamblin Slade, who the US Government accused of operating a “Ponzi scheme” through the “Mathon Fund,” along with Guy and Brent Williams. Slade could spend up to 30 years in prison if convicted,…

1-9-13 Safer Schools, Safer Communities Initiative
Published on January 14, 2013

Arizona House minority leader Chad Campbell (Dem., LD-14) talks about his new proposal for safer schools and tighter gun regulations, named “Safer Schools, Safer Communities.” Officer Kevin Quinn, President of the National Association of School Resource Officers, and Andrew Morrill, President of the Arizona Education Association, weigh in on Mr….

1-2-13 Dean Douglas Sylvester
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Jack talks to Dean Doug Sylvester of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law about the new “North American” degree for law students who want to practice in both Canada and the US. Also, about the school’s upcoming move to a new building under construction in downtown Phoenix (which, he…