Arizona law firm launches data center practice

Jan. 18, 2013
Phoenix Business Journal reports.

The Snell & Wilmer LLP law firm of Phoenix, Arizona has reportedly launched a new data center practice that will advise technology companies, real estate developers and others in the industry.

The new practice will include real estate, technology and other business attorneys. Phoenix is a growing data center market; there are numerous high-tech back offices, server farms and other technology infrastructure located in the region. A number of commercial real estate landlords have also sought to retrofit existing industrial and commercial buildings to house high-tech data centers, notes the Phoenix Business Journal.

See also:Phoenix NAP data center pulls in Cox Business fiber infrastructure

“Snell & Wilmer’s data center team understands the unique and evolving nature of data centers, due in part to our attorneys’ experience in all related legal specialties,” commented Bob Bates, a Snell partner and chair of the firm’s data center industry group.

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