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Arizona native, Heather J. Boysel, has become the first female managing partner of Gammage & Burnham, the Arizona law firm established in 1983 by Grady Gammage, Jr., Richard Burnham and Michael King. She joins an elite circle of female managing partners at Arizona law firms and, at 37, is one of the youngest. Heather was recently named by the Phoenix Business Journal to the 40 under 40 of 2019.
Heather graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University, earning both her Bachelors of Science in Engineering (B.S.E) (2004) and her J.D. (2007). She began her career with Gammage & Burnham as a summer associate and has never looked back.
Gammage & Burnham is proud to welcome our 2019 Summer Associates to the firm! Brain K. Fullmer joins us for the first time and Garrett Nebeker is returning for a second summer. Click the image below to learn more.
Congratulations to Gammage & Burnham clients Greenwood Brewing and Made, LLC on the land use entitlement approvals for Greenwood Brewing Brewery & Taproom! We are happy to be part of helping Megan Greenwood, Greg Esser and Cindy Dach bring a unique combined microbrewery and art space to Roosevelt Row.
Gammage & Burnham partner Manjula Vaz and associate Mike Maerowitz recently secured approval of land use entitlements for Greenwood Brewing Brewery & Taproom coming to Roosevelt and 5th Street in downtown Phoenix. This new adaptive reuse project will serve locally brewed beer in a welcoming bar and beer garden environment at Roosevelt and 5th Street.
Gammage & Burnham has sponsored the Downtown Phoenix community theater for many years, supporting their mission to bring the magic of theater to kids of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds. Chris will be able to help the theater reach its goals by fundraising and promoting VYT programs throughout the Valley.
Learn more about Valley Youth Theatre at www.vyt.com.
Posted by Camila Alarcon
This year’s Liquor Omnibus Bill (H.B. 2281), signed by Governor Ducey on April 26, 2019, is chock-full of new alcohol licensing opportunities for retail centers. Restaurants and bars will be able to overlap liquor licenses and sell alcohol in shared spaces. For owners and managers of retail spaces of over 400,000 square feet, the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control will establish a pilot program to allow the consumption of alcohol throughout pedestrian common areas.
Both of these changes constitute a complete turnaround from the one business, one license rule.
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