Ethan Steele Law
Ethan Steele is a graduate of the University of Arizona Law School and has been a practicing attorney in Tucson for more than 35 years. Mr. Steele's law practice started out with an emphasis in civil cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals. Ethan has represented clients in over 70 appeals covering a wide variety of cases, including Real Estate, Contracts, and Contested Wills and Trusts. One of the cases Mr. Steele won on appeal has been used in continuing legal education classes across the country. Mr. Steele is available for appellate cases. To see a listing of published appellate decisions click here.
In the 1990's Mr. Steele shifted his legal practice to focus on "trial court" civil litigation. He has appeared in court rooms in Tucson, Phoenix, Pima County, Maracopa County, Santa Cruz County, and Cochise County. His current practice before those courts is focused on Real Estate, Contracts, Disputed Wills and Trusts, and Condemnation/Eminent Domain.
When it comes to condemnation/eminent domain law, Mr. Steele collaborated with Phillip Abromowitz working on several cases of significant value throughout Southern Arizona including the Avra Valley Floodplain, Twin Peaks Widening over I-10 and the I-10 Widening in Benson. In 2010 Phillip Abromowitz & Ethan Steele formed Abromowitz and Steele, P.L.C. which is focused on condemnation/eminent domain (click here to go to the Abromowitz and Steele website). Mr. Steele has also been employed by Tucson Electric Power Company as outside council for cases regarding condemnation/eminent domain.
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