"My role as an advocate involves more than achieving
the right outcome; it involves reaching the outcome efficiently and cost-effectively,
minimizing the frustration and confusion of a legal dispute, and recognizing my
clients' unique needs and seeing things from their perspective."
Michelle Swann practices in the areas of
and employment law, representing both
employers and employees. She also has extensive experience representing private clients in
cases involving trademark, civil rights, wage and hour,
contract disputes, unfair competition, trade secrets and constitutional torts.
She also represents cities
and counties in employment, civil rights, contract, public records, open
meetings law and First Amendment matters, and she represents companies in
alleged violations of the federal False Claims Act.
Michelle has appeared before federal, tribal and state trial and
appellate courts and administrative tribunals and the federal, state and
Active in the legal profession, Michelle is a member of the State Bar of Arizona's Rules of
Professional Conduct Committee.