About Gust Rosenfeld P.L.C.

Only nine years younger than the state of Arizona itself, Gust Rosenfeld was the child of a merger between two Phoenix firms as Kibbey, Bennett, Gust and Smith. The firm rose to prominence over the next century, and since 1992, the firm has been known by its current name. With offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Gust Rosenfeld is home to over 60 lawyers and serves clients the likes of the Fortune 100.


May 2016
Gust Rosenfeld represented Rio Nuevo Multipurpose Facilities District ("District") in its successful efforts to convince a multi-billion dollar company to locate its technology division within the District. Gust Rosenfeld will be involved in the designing, constructing and leasing of the $50 Million facility. Gust Rosenfeld also represented the District in its successful sale of the long dormant "Arena Site," the buyer has committed to developing the property with a hotel, residential and retail space. To facilitate this development the District is also moving the existing bus terminal to a new modern location which the District is designing, constructing and leasing.

February 2016
Gust Rosenfeld served as bond counsel on the $45,460,000 Central Arizona Water Conservation District (Central Arizona Project) Water Delivery O&M Revenue Bonds, Series 2016 financing for infrastructure and electric utility improvements to the Central Arizona Project canal system.

December 2015
Gust Rosenfeld's commitment to pro bono service was recently demonstrated by its successful representation of a party before the Arizona Supreme Court. In re Marriage of Howell, 238 Ariz. 407 (2015), held that a federal statute does not preempt a state court's authority to order a retired veteran to indemnify an ex-spouse for a reduction of her share of military retirement pay caused by the veteran's election to collect service-related disability benefits, and that a state statute prohibiting indemnification does not apply to a previously vested division of retirement pay. Gust's representation now continues before the United States Supreme Court.

February 2015
Gust Rosenfeld obtained summary judgment for Douglas Unified School District when a former teacher alleged age discrimination. After the school district dismissed the teacher, the teacher sued the school district claiming age discrimination. As part of the summary judgment the court ordered the teacher to repay the school district for costs incurred in the litigation.

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Gust Rosenfeld P.L.C.

One East Washington Street
Suite 1600
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: 602-257-7422
Fax: 602-254-4878


  • Employer Type: Private
  • Executive Committee Members: Tom Chauncey II, Robert D. Haws, Richard B. Hood, Scott A. Malm, Christopher M. McNichol, Christina M. Noyes
  • Total No. Attorneys 2016: 60

Major Office Locations

  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Wickenburg, AZ