John focuses his practice in global security, business and finance, business and government negotiations and transactions, litigation and regulatory compliance. He began his legal career as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona in the Organized Crime and Racketeering Division. John also worked as a prosecutor for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and then served three terms in the Arizona Legislature.
During his tenure in the Arizona Legislature, John was the Chairman of the Senate Banking & Insurance Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee. He authored and was instrumental in passing the Securities Litigation Reform Act, the Interstate Banking & Branching Act, and the Privilege of Self Critical Analysis for Product Liability Act.
Prior to his legal career, John was a broadcaster in Pennsylvania and Arizona. He is a seminary graduate, and occasionally serves as a pastor. John and his family enjoy time together riding horses, hiking, biking, golfing and playing tennis.