Shane M. Ham
Shane joined Osborn Maledon in the Fall of 2010, after graduating magna cum laude from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, and clerking for Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Hurwitz. Before going to law school, Shane's broad experience included working on public policy issues at both national and local levels in Washington, D.C. and Arizona. Shane is a dedicated litigator with a remarkable ability to approach familiar situations with a novel perspective. This talent, combined with his strong work ethic, make Shane an effective and powerful advocate for his clients.
When he is not working, Shane enjoys spending quality time with his wife and daughter.
Webb v. Gittlen: Assignability of Professional Negligence Claims Against Insurance Agents, 50 Ariz. L. Rev. 647 (2008)
Cyber Piracy (Blueprint Magazine, January 2004)
"Spam and its Effects on Small Business" (testimony before the House Committee on Small Business, Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform and Oversight, Washington, October 2003)
Does Digital Politics Still Matter? (with Robert D. Atkinson, The New Atlantis, Fall 2003)
"The President's Commission on the U.S. Postal Service: Evaluating the Report" (Presentation at the Cato Institute, Washington, October 2003)
Internet Privacy: The Case for Preemption (from Considering Consumer Privacy: A Resource for Policymakers and Practitioners, March 2003)
"Is Stem Cell Research A Danger to Society?" (DebatesDebates, PBS, New York, August 2001)
"Public Policy Issues in International E-Commerce" (presentation at International Conference on Cyber-Law, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2001)