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Gammage & Burnham Partner Greg Gnepper Appointed as Commissioner of the Maricopa County Superior Court
Gammage & Burnham is pleased to announce the appointment of firm partner Gregory J. Gnepper as a Commissioner of the Maricopa County Superior Court. The appointment was made by Presiding Judge Janet Barton. Greg will take the bench on March 6 and be assigned to the Initial Appearance Court, part of the criminal division.
Greg practiced at Gammage & Burnham for fourteen years, the last seven as an equity partner. He earned ample courtroom experience, having appeared in almost every state and federal court in Arizona, plus several tribal courts. He served as lead counsel in multiple jury trials and conducted countless bench trials, injunction hearings, and oral arguments.
Kicking off 2019 with an exciting bang, Grady Gammage, Jr. was featured in the Arizona Republic with a front page op-ed piece discussing the momentum of voting and the future of water policy in Arizona. Mr. Gammage suggests that 2018 may have been the year that determines Arizona’s future!
From the Arizona Republic:
2018 was a turning point for Arizona. Here’s how we make the most of it.
FROM HOW WE VOTE TO HOW WE TALK ABOUT WATER, 2018 MAY HAVE BEEN THE YEAR THAT DETERMINES ARIZONA’S FUTURE.
On December 6, 2018, founding partner Grady Gammage, Jr. was featured on KJZZ radio to speak about water issues in Arizona with host Steve Goldstein.
The following morning in Tempe, the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute hosted an issues and answers forum called Water in Arizona: Past, Present and Future, where Grady presented an overview of water in the state.
In the radio interview Grady discussed the forum event and how to address the issues that Arizona faces when it comes to water management.
Listen below or on the KJZZ website.
Gammage & Burhman partner Manjula Vaz was quoted in an AZ Central article focused on manufactured housing. The AZ Central article highlights manufactured housing as a potential answer to metro Phoenix’s affordable housing problem.
Earlier this month, Vaz spoke on a panel with the W.P. Carey School of Business Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice, discussing the regulatory environment and the planning and zoning that surrounds manufactured housing.
Read the full AZ Central article online.
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