Thank you for visiting the Gammage & Burnham (G&B) website. The following disclaimer & terms of use apply to parties who access or otherwise use the G&B website (“users” or “you”).

Use of Website: Users of the G&B website (“the website”) are granted permission to use the website for its intended purposes subject to these terms of use. Accessing the website constitutes acceptance of these terms.

Nature of Information: The information on this website is of a general nature only and does not constitute legal advice.

Disclaimer: Communications made to any firm personnel, whether through the website, by email, telephone or other means, will not by themselves create an attorney-client relationship, and any information in such communications may not be treated as confidential unless and until an attorney-client relationship is established. There should be no expectation that an attorney-client relationship has been created unless you receive and accept written terms of engagement from a G&B attorney.

Proprietary Rights: The website’s content (i.e., text, images, etc.), design, underlying code and other aspects are proprietary to G&B and/or its licensors and vendors and protected by intellectual property laws including U.S. copyright laws. Users may view, print and download publicly available information on the website for the user’s own internal use. Users may not republish, use commercially, modify or excerpt any part of the website except to the extent express written permission is given by authorized G&B personnel. The “Gammage & Burnham” name is a trademark of G&B and may not be used in any manner, including use as metatags or other hidden text, except to the extent express written permission is given by authorized G&B personnel. Any permissions given by G&B will be revocable by G&B at any time.

Certain Restrictions: Data mining, harvesting and other forms of collection of email addresses, telephone numbers and other information from the G&B website for marketing purposes or other commercial purposes is prohibited. G&B reserves the right to disapprove any links to the website, in which event such links shall be immediately removed. G&B may revoke permission to use all or any part of the website at any time in the sole discretion of G&B. User’s permission to use the website shall automatically terminate in the event that user violates these terms.

Modification: The website and its content are subject to modification by G&B from time to time. These terms of use are also subject to modification by G&B from time to time. Accessing this website after any modification in these terms is posted constitutes acceptance of these terms as modified.



Privacy Policy


Gammage & Burnham, P.L.C., an Arizona professional limited liability company (hereinafter, “Gammage & Burnham”) is a law firm based in Phoenix, Arizona.
At Gammage & Burnham, it is a top priority to respect your personal privacy. In this policy, we describe how we collect and use your personal information. We may not inform users each time that we update this policy, so please understand that it is your responsibility to review it each time that you choose to use our site. By using this website, you will be deemed to signify your acceptance of the terms of this policy.

How We May Use Your Information

Gammage & Burnham is committed to collecting and using your information responsibly. We collect information only for legitimate business interests and to inform our marketing decision making.
Any Personal Information specifically submitted to us by you will be used for the purpose you requested.
We do not sell your Personal Information to third parties or share it with third parties for any purpose.

How We May Collect Your Information

We may collect your Personal Information from the following sources:
• Via
• From social media services
• In relation to a business association between you and Gammage & Burnham
• In relation to a business association between you and one or more of Gammage & Burnham employees
• Through your voluntary subscription to our newsletter
• Through the job application process
• Via conversations, mail, email, faxes, voicemail and texts sent to our employees
• Third Parties that are involved in legal proceedings in which you are named
• Legal and regulatory agencies and entities

Types of Personal Information We Collect Directly

We may collect the following information directly from the above services:
• Name, alias
• Information available to us on Gammage & Burnham’s own social media accounts or on social media sites or services that are accessible to the public
• Personal email address
• Home address
• Phone number(s)
• Financial information
• Name of your business or of your employer
• Your job title
• Business email address
• Business address
• Signature
• Communications, dietary and other preferences
• Name of spouse or partner
• Resumés
• Passport identifiers
• Work permit, visa or other immigration or citizenship document identifiers
• Languages spoken
• Health or disability specifics
• Reasons for applying for employment within the firm
• Criminal history
• Credit history
• Information related to the client engagement process
• Billing and payment information for us to service your legal matter
• Login ID and password provided for your access to one of our extranets as well as access and activity logs detailing your use of our extranets, where applicable.
• any other Personal Information required to comply with our legal duties

Types of Personal Information We Collect Indirectly

Personal Information may also be collected indirectly. Whenever you navigate onto Gammage & Burnham’s website, a session cookie is created. These cookies allow information to be collected when you visit a certain website. Your Personal Information is not stored by these cookies. If you would like to learn more about cookies and how they work, please visit
Gammage and Burnham has opted to use Google Analytics to improve our website. This service can be used to report and analyze how our website is being used by you. The type of browser you are using, your operating system, your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, the time, date, and length of your visit, and the website pages that you visited are all collected by Google Analytics.

This information provided to us by Google is used to analyze the patterns of our website visitors. We do to analyze website usage statistics, and to tailor our website content. Your IP address is not used throughout this process. We may choose to share some of this data with third parties, including but not limited to our website developers or marketing consultants. Throughout this process, Google also creates its own cookies. Google’s privacy policy has more information regarding this aspect of the service.

We do not track your online activity on any other websites. We never knowingly allow third parties to track you while you are on our website. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that we will respond to your browser’s Do Not Track signal. If you wish to opt out of this process, please consider using the following plug-in, offered by Google: . Please note that we do not control this plug-in and that it is governed by its own terms of use.

External Link Use

Our website contains links and directions to other websites or resources. When you use these links, you will navigate away from our website and will be subject to the privacy and use policies of those individual websites. Please note that Gammage & Burnham does not control any of their content or policies, and as such we are not responsible for them. By including these links, we do not endorse any software, products, information, or materials found there. All access to any website listed on our website will be at your own risk.

Social Media Use Awareness

If you choose to share any personal information on our social media pages, please note that it will be visible to any person visiting those pages. Please be aware that the privacy of any Personal Information you choose to share on those services is not governed by Gammage & Burnham’s privacy policy, but instead by the privacy policies of those individual social media sites and/or services. We reserve the right to remove comments or postings from any of our social media posts or accounts which we find to be unrelated to the intended subject matter, offensive or illegal, or that promotes the products or services of other individuals, businesses, or entities.

Use By Minors

Our website is not targeted to anyone under the age of 18. No users under the age of 18 are permitted on our website. We do not knowingly collect Personal Information from any minor visiting our website. We will delete any data that is known to be coming from a minor.
Where Your Personal Information Is Stored
The information that we collect is stored on computers located in the United States where regulations regarding data and privacy rights may differ from those in other parts of the world.

Required Disclosure

Gammage & Burnham may choose to disclose your Personal Information to legal authorities if we believe that the law requires it, or if we believe that it is necessary to protect our legal interests. A subpoena, court order or a law enforcement request are examples of this.
Personal Information may also be reported to legal authorities as may be required by law in the event of a suspected or actual violation of applicable laws or regulations.
Any and all third parties that we may choose to contract with to process your Personal Information are required to process this information as we have described to them within our contract with them or as otherwise described in writing to them.
In the event of a sale, acquisition, merger or bankruptcy involving Gammage & Burnham, a transfer of personal information to a third party may occur.

How Long We Keep Your Personal Information

If you have provided us Personal Information via our website, we may (but shall not be required to) retain it indefinitely for the purpose of record-keeping or for reference. If you do not want to receive newsletters from Gammage & Burnham, a link to unsubscribe form the service is included in each newsletter. Please use the link provided in the newsletter to unsubscribe.
If you submit an application for employment, we may retain it for future use or reference, whether or not you are hired.