2 N. Central Avenue
Suite 2200
Phoenix, AZ 85004


J.D., University of Utah College of Law, 2001

  • Extern to Hon. Matthew B. Durrant, Utah Supreme Court
  • William H. Leary Scholar
  • Law Review Assistant Editor
  • Multiple Cali Law Awards

B.A., cum laude, Political Science, University of Utah, 1997

B.A., magna cum laude, Philosophy, University of Utah, 1997


Recognized Annually in America’s Best Lawyers™ in Commercial Litigation and Bank and Finance Law

Gregory Seibt is Senior Counsel in the Phoenix office of Gordon & Rees and is a member of the Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors' Rights, Banking and Finance, Construction, and Insurance practice groups.

Mr. Seibt represents clients in state, federal and appellate courts, as well as before various administrative agencies and tribunals and in arbitration proceedings. His expertise includes a broad range of commercial areas including general and complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, product liability litigation, copyright infringement litigation, trademark (Lanham Act) litigation, business tort litigation, professional negligence and other business related litigation including securities fraud, corporate and partner disputes, real estate disputes, landlord and tenant disputes, common interest development disputes, employment matters, FHA and ADA matters, municipal law, bankruptcy and creditors' rights litigation. He has represented clients in contract negotiations and enforcement in a wide range of matters involving real estate, securities, asset purchases, licensing, partnerships and other business transactions. He served as Chief Deputy City Attorney for the City of Surprise gaining broad based municipal law experience and practice in advising city officials on matters pertinent to critical municipal operations. Mr. Seibt has extensive knowledge of and experience in electronic discovery (e-discovery) and data management. He also has assisted his clients in obtaining pre- and post-judgment remedies, and he has pursued and defended claims involving fraudulent transfers and alter ego- and successor-liability.

Mr. Seibt received dual undergraduate degrees in 1997 from the University of Utah, a B.S. in Political Science cum laude, and B.A. in Philosophy magna cum laude, and was a Presidential Academic Award Scholarship recipient, as well as a member of numerous national honor societies. In 2001, Mr. Seibt received his J.D. from the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, graduating in the top 10% of his class. While in law school, Mr. Seibt clerked for the Honorable Matthew B. Durrant of the Utah Supreme Court.


U.S. District Court, District of Arizona