Frank R. Mead

Partner

Email : frank@loronamead.com
Phone : 602-385-6817

Biography

Frank is a family law and civil litigator with more than two decades of courtroom experience. Before law school, Frank was a member of the United States Air Force (1990-1994). During law school, Frank served as the Editor-in-Chief of his law school’s Law Review and graduated second in his class. He also taught the Federal Rules of Evidence as an adjunct law professor.

Frank has handled family law matters statewide, including on appeal, and has handled civil matters in Arizona’s state and federal courts. Frank also handles civil appeals and has argued or handled cases in Arizona’s Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals.

In his family law practice, Frank handles dissolution of marriage matters from the simple to the complex. Frank also handles cases involving legal decision making, parenting time, child support, and grandparents rights. While Frank is an experienced trial lawyer, the objective of any family law case is to resolve the case as efficiently and inexpensively as possible without going to court.

In his civil practice, Frank handles employment and labor matters and represents parties in cases involving covenants not to compete, wrongful termination, unpaid wages, sexual harassment, and discrimination. Frank also represents parties in securities litigation and arbitration. Frank also handles business disputes and represents licensed professionals before state licensing boards.

Practice Area

  • Civil Litigation
  • Securities Fraud
  • Employment and Labor
  • Family Law
  • Civil and Criminal Appeals
  • DUI Defense
  • Administrative Representation
  • Regulatory Representation
  • Criminal Defense

Education & Bar Admission

JD, cum laude, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, 2000.

BA, summa cum laude, Marketing, Arizona State University, 1997.

Publications

Cocaine, Coffee Mugs, Sex, and Bug Killing Floor Wax: Welcome to the Realm of Parody and the Likelihood of Confusion, Published in October 1999, 21 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 305, author.Arizona Property Tax Liens: Guide to Profit, Protection and Prosecution, by Mark L. Manoil, editor.

Court Admissions

Frank is admitted to practice before the State Bar of Arizona. In that capacity, Frank has argued before the Arizona Superior Courts, the Arizona Courts of Appeal and the Arizona Supreme Court. In addition, he is admitted to practice before the Arizona District Court and the Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals.

Professional Associations

State Bar of Arizona, Member

Maricopa County Bar Association, Member