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Wednesday, 2/8/2023 from 12:00PM-1:00PM PT (2:00-3:00PM CT)

Speaker: Mike King — Gammage & Burnham, PLC

40 North Central Avenue, 20th Floor

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

(602) 256-4405



Mike is a founding member of Gammage & Burnham. His practice emphasizes creditors’ rights and construction issues, and also includes consulting and supervising throughout the firm’s areas of business. These include emphasis on creditors’ rights — bankruptcy cases, general litigation, loan documentation, work-outs, foreclosures and forcible detainers– as well as deficiency collection and accounts collection.

His real estate practice includes construction, lending and finance, development, leasing and sales of retail, office, hotel, residential, multi-family and industrial properties and planned communities, as well as litigation. Mike also represents construction clients, including architects, engineers, contractors and material suppliers, in lien and bond claims and other litigation, as well as in contract negotiation and preparation.

Over the course of his career, Mike has earned recognition by Martindale-Hubbell, Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers and North Valley Magazine.

Speaker: Kevin Merritt — Gammage & Burnham, PLC

40 North Central Avenue, 20th Floor

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

(602) 256-4481



Kevin’s practice is concentrated in the representation of commercial lenders, on a nationwide basis, and in a variety of types of financing. He has extensive experience in corporate finance transactions (including multi-state leveraged buy-outs, revolving lines of credit, and commercial term loans), real estate and construction lending, healthcare finance, and the financing of inventory and receivables generated by the hospitality and resort industries.

He has experience dealing with borrowers and/or collateral located in approximately 45 states, Canada and Mexico. Gammage & Burnham’s involvement in those transactions in which he has served as lead counsel range from pre-loan approval due diligence investigation and review, structuring of the credit facility, preparation and negotiation of loan documentation, closing and funding of the facility, monitoring of post-closing requirements, the handling of sequential fundings for facilities involving a series of disbursements, and the subsequent amendment and modification to the loan documentation as appropriate to reflect changes in the credit requirements of the parties to the transaction.


Webinar Topics 

  • A properly designed and written credit application is the cornerstone of your relationship with your customers. It literally can make the difference between getting paid, or losing money. Veteran construction and contract attorneys Mike King and Kevin Merritt of Gammage & Burnham, PLC will review the essential elements of what a solid, effective credit application must contain to afford your company the best chance of recovery if a credit customer relationship deteriorates.


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