Chase Bales is a litigator focusing his practice on media, constitutional, and election law. He represents media organizations and individuals in defamation, privacy, and First Amendment litigation, including actions to safeguard the public's access to court proceedings and government records. He also represents and counsels clients in campaign finance, election, and government relations matters. Chase has represented candidates and political committees at all levels of the political spectrum, including one for President of the United States. In addition, he is involved in the legislative process, representing clients' interests before the Arizona Legislature.
Chase also practices commercial litigation, including contract disputes, regulatory matters, and tax controversy. Additionally, he practices Indian law and represents a local tribe in criminal, civil, and social services proceedings. In all areas of his practice, he has extensive appellate experience in both state and federal courts.
Hon. Michael J. Brown, Arizona Court of Appeals
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Articles in the National Law Review database by CHASE A. Bales