Arizona Lottery Hires New Assistant Attorney General

Arizona Lottery Hires New Assistant Attorney General 
PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 08/28/13 --  The Arizona Lottery is
proud to announce Deanie Reh as its new assistant attorney general,
bringing more than 35 years of law practice to her position.  
In her role as assistant attorney general, Reh will support the
Arizona Lottery in all aspects of the legal responsibilities that are
mandated as an agency of the State of Arizona. Reh will be in charge
of reviewing and drafting contracts, legal documents and policies;
drafting and filing court pleadings or motions; appearing in court
cases or legal actions in which the Lottery is a party; as well as
filing trademark applications and protecting the Lottery's
intellectual property. Reh also will be advising the Lottery and its
staff regarding the interpretation of statutes or rules in regards to
employees or contractors, procurement, public meetings, conflicts of
interest, or licensing of retailers. 
"The Arizona Lottery makes terrific contributions to our state, and I
am honored to have the opportunity to continue the positive work that
the organization does within Arizona's communities," Reh said.  
Originally from North Carolina, Reh graduated from Arizona State
University (ASU) with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and later earned
her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Sandra Day O'Connor College
of Law at ASU. Most recently, Reh worked as a consultant for Avnet,
Inc. on service agreements. Prior to Avnet, Reh was compliance
counsel for, LLC, and a litigation, transaction, and
employment attorney at Sherman & Howard Law Firm. She also worked for
AG Communication Systems Corporation and Lucent Technologies, Inc. as
corporate counsel. 
Reh currently is a member in good standing with the Arizona State
Bar, U.S. District Court of Arizona, and the Ninth Circuit. She also
is a member of American Corporate Counsel Association. 
For more information about the Arizona Lottery and its services,
please visit  
Players must be 21 years or older to purchase or redeem tickets.
Winners have 180 days from the drawing date to claim their prize at
an Arizona Lottery office or by mail. Overall odds vary by game. All
sales are final. In accordance with the ADA, these materials may be
made available in an alternative format. Gambling Problem? Call
1.800.NEXT STEP (1-800-639-8783). Please Play Responsibly(TM).  
About the Arizona Lottery 
 The Arizona Lottery operates entirely
from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products; it
receives no General Fund dollars from the State. Proceeds from sales
of Lottery tickets -- more than $3.4 million per week -- fund a
variety of state programs. Since July 1981, the Arizona Lottery has
paid out more than $5.4 billion in prizes to players, more than $3
billion in net profit to the state and more than $638 million in
commissions to retailers. Learn more at 
Jennifer Adler
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