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Gammage & Burnham is pleased to announce that Chambers USA 2021 has ranked ten of the firm’s attorneys and two of our largest practice groups among the best in the U.S.
Chambers and Partners, which produces “Chambers USA,” is a client referral organization that researches and subjectively ranks attorneys and law firm practice groups nationwide. It ranks firms and lawyers who are considered leaders in their profession.
The firm earned rankings in two of its core areas:
Following years of efforts, the American Land Title Association and the National Society of Professional Surveyors adopted a new 2021 version of the ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey Minimum Standards. The new standards became effective on February 23, 2021 and, because just about every commercial real estate transaction requires an ALTA survey, this is really important!
ALTA surveys play a critical role in real estate transactions, and most lenders and title insurers actually require them, especially for commercial, industrial, and larger residential properties. At their core, surveys are a tool that help identify potential issues that may affect the value or future use of a particular piece of property.
COVID-19: What Now? Update On Safety Protocols, American Rescue Plan Act, Paid Leave, Vaccinations & More
As the world slowly returns to “normal” employers still are subject to a number of requirements and recommendations to address COVID-19. On March 24, 2021, by Executive Order 2021-06, Governor Ducey lifted mandatory restrictions or requirements that had previously been in place to prevent COVID-19 exposures, leaving companies to exercise their discretion in how best to comply with mandates to provide a safe workplace.
What precautions should employers keep in place? Does it matter if employees are vaccinated?
G&B warmly welcomes our four Summer Associates to our office who will be with us from May through July!
Kyle Stenseth, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, Class of 2022
Kyle is from Tempe, Arizona and is looking forward to coming back to our great state for the summer. He is most excited to learn about general Business Law and Administrative Law. Kyle has backpacked across 22 countries and loves to try new foods!
Elissa Crowder, Pepperdine University School of Law, Class of 2022
Hailing from Marion, Ohio, Elissa is looking forward to gaining practical experience in Estate Planning.
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