Robert B. Groseclose

Leaders in Law endorses Robert Groseclose as our exclusively recommended Commercial Law expert in Alaska, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Robert please use the contact information provided above.

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Law
  • Probate
  • Tort Liability
  • Litigation Labor Law
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Professional Malpractice
  • International Law

Bar Memberships

  • Admitted to Practice, Alaska Bar 1976
  • Alaska Bar Association
  • Tanana Valley Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Association of Defense Trial Attorneys


  • Hofstra University and Catholic University, Juris Doctorate, 1975
  • International School of Business, Breukelen, Netherlands, 1969-1970
  • University of Oregon, Bachelor of Arts, Economics, 1971

Legal Experience

  • Of Counsel, CSG, Inc., 2021-present
  • Shareholder, CSG, Inc. f/k/a Cook Schuhmann & Groseclose, Inc., 1980-present
  • Associate, Staley, DeLisio & Cook, Inc., 1977-1980
  • Associate, Birch, Jermain, Horton & Bittner, Inc., 1976-1977
  • Law Clerk, Judges Van Hoomissen, Taylor and Hepp, Alaska Superior Court, 1974
  • Staff, U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, 1971-1973

Professional & Community Activities/Awards

  • Commissioner, Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct, 2012-2016.
  • Representative Lawyer Member, Alaska Judicial Council 2nd and 4th Judicial Districts, term: 2000-2006.
  • Member, Alaska Court System Civil Rules Committee, 1993-2000.
  • Member, Alaska Bar Association Employment Law Section.
  • Fairbanks Estate Planning Council.
  • Advancement Committee Chair, Boy Scouts of America.
  • Catholic Schools of Fairbanks, board member.
  • Junior Nordic Coach, Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks.

Firm Description:

Welcome to CSG, Inc.! CSG, Inc. (“CSG”) has been serving clients throughout Alaska, and nationwide, for more than 40 years. Originally founded in 1957 by Robert J. McNealy and Edward A. Merdes, in July 1966 the firm became a partnership between Edward Merdes, Grace Berg Schaible, Howard Staley, and Stephen S. DeLisio, operating under the name of Merdes, Schaible, Staley & DeLisio. The firm opened an Anchorage office in 1971, and became a professional corporation in 1972.

As elsewhere, the 1980’s were years of change within the firm. In 1982, Edward Merdes withdrew from the firm, and the name changed to Schaible, Staley, DeLisio & Cook, Inc. Upon the retirement of Grace Berg Schaible from full-time practice in 1986, the firm’s name again changed, this time to Staley, DeLisio, Cook & Sherry, Inc. The firm later became Staley DeLisio & Cook, P.C.

Staley DeLisio & Cook, P.C. was dissolved in 1993. At that time, Cook Schuhmann & Groselose, Inc. was created to represent clients via the Fairbanks offices, and DeLisio, Moran, Geraghty & Zobel, P.C. organized to operate the existing Anchorage office.  In July, 2015, the firm simplified the name to CSG, Inc.

CSG is pleased to offer our services as the preeminent full-service law firm in Interior Alaska. CSG currently has nine attorneys and an extensive support staff. All told, our attorneys have over 150 years of combined experience in a variety of fields.  We are the largest law firm in Interior Alaska.  Our team is able to serve clients in diverse areas such as commercial transactions, contracts, corporations, employment law, environmental law, estate planning, family law, intellectual property, personal injury litigation, real estate, taxation, trusts, wills, and probate.

The attorneys and staff at CSG bring a wide variety of education, experience, and personal history to the firm and to our clients. Our varied backgrounds increase our ability to provide legal representation and possible solutions in a wide variety of circumstances. CSG takes pride in our ability to deliver top-quality legal services tailored to meet specific client needs.  Over the history of the firm we have developed the experience, resources, technology, and personnel to meet and exceed our clients’ legal needs and expectations.

Our clients range from individuals in “bush” Alaska to Fortune 500 companies in the “lower 48” states. We have traveled statewide, nationwide, and even worldwide to provide the highest quality legal services to our clients.

It is our goal to provide excellent legal representation with the flexibility to meet individual needs. The entire CSG team strives to exceed expectations, and to use our experience to protect our clients’ interests.

We hope that you will consider CSG when you next require legal representation in Alaska.


Elizabeth W. Fleming

Leaders in Law endorses Liz Fleming as our exclusively recommended Military Law expert in Alaska, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Liz please use the contact information provided above.

Liz Fleming began practicing law in 1981 upon graduation from the University of Georgia School of Law in Athens. She was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Georgia and then entered active duty with the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps to fulfill her service obligation from ROTC.

She served on active duty until 1990, including three years in the Republic of Korea and three years with the Army’s Office of the Chief Trial Attorney, Contract Appeals Division. She also received an LLM in Military Law from The Judge Advocate General’s School – Army, as a resident student.

She left Active Duty in 1990 and joined the U.S. Attorney’s office in Detroit, Michigan, as an Assistant United States Attorney. Since leaving the Army, Ms. Fleming has also served in the Department of Justice “main” in Washington, D.C., in private practice, and in-house at the Boeing Company.

Ms. Fleming transitioned to the Army Reserves as a Major and served for four years with the 300th Military Police Command in Inkster, Michigan. Her reserve service also includes work as an Exercise Controller at the U.S. Army War College and as Adjunct Professor in the Criminal Law Department at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School. In 2006 she was mobilized for active duty with the 350th Civil Affairs Command in Pensacola, Florida. In late 2006 she deployed to Iraq with the 358th Civil Affairs Brigade and served at Camp Slayer during the Iraq “surge”. She received a Bronze Star.

Upon returning from Iraq, Ms. Fleming took a civilian job with the Air Force at Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage, Alaska, to fulfill her lifelong dream of living in the mountains and the snow. She joined the Alaskan Command as Staff Judge Advocate to complete her Army Reserve duty and retired at 30 years in June 2011. She received a Legion of Merit.

Ms. Fleming moved to Kodiak in early 2011 and served as the Assistant District Attorney before opening her own practice of law in 2012.


Jana Weltzin

Jana Weltzin was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. Ms. Weltzin focuses her legal practice on land use and zoning law, medical marijuana law in Arizona and recreational marijuana business law and regulation compliance in Alaska. Ms. Weltzin provides representation for her cannabis clientele relating to business structure, permitting/licensing, land use applications and hearings, conditional use permits, investment connections and presentation, regulation compliance, real estate commercial leasing and purchases, operations, and general activism for the cannabis industry.

Ms. Weltzin played an invaluable role during the 2015 legislative session through her work with the Coalition for Responsible Cannabis Legislation, initiative sponsors, and future Alaskan cannabis businesses advocating for and analyzing proposed cannabis related legislation to ensure sustainable success for the industry.

Ms. Weltzin is a regular contributor to Marijuana Venture Magazine’s legal section and other various publications.