The Arizona Republic Names Christina Noyes One of Arizonas Highest Ranking Women
The Arizona Republic recognizes Christina Noyes as one of the top 50 highest ranking women in Arizona.
Phoenix, Ariz., (July 2, 2015) - The Arizona Republic recognizes Christina Noyes as one of the top 50 highest ranking women in Arizona. The Republic's Who's Who in Business team spent five months researching more than 1,000 companies and interviewing Arizona's female business and community leaders. The list is emblematic of Arizona's recent economic momentum.
"Christina's innovative legal strategies and bold thinking have propelled Gust Rosenfeld forward," said Executive Committee Member Tom Chauncey. "We applaud her effective leadership and dedication to our clients and the Gust Rosenfeld team."
Noyes' practice includes structuring franchise programs for diverse franchise concepts, assisting entities with formation and ongoing management issues and preparing trademark registrations and renewals. She regularly writes and speaks on franchising and trademark topics. Best Lawyers® has listed Noyes in its Franchise Law category since 2009. She is a graduate of Arizona State University College of Law.
Noyes' advice to other women pursuing leadership positions: "Getting to a leadership level is a series of small steps done carefully and thoughtfully over time. You can't do it all, all of the time, but all of what you do should be done purposefully."
Established in 1921, Gust Rosenfeld is a full-service law firm with offices in Phoenix, Tucson and Wickenburg. The firm is known for the quality of its lawyers and legal advice as well as its creative insights and practical solutions in business, public and civil law. Gust Rosenfeld is experienced in alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy and creditor's rights, business and corporate law, commercial finance, education law, environmental law, franchises and franchising, health care, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, public finance, public law, real estate, taxation, and trusts and estates.