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Footprint Chief Legal Officer Awarded Corporate Counsel Award for Environmental Impact

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Footprint Chief Legal Officer Awarded Corporate Counsel Award for Environmental Impact

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Footprint, a global materials science technology company focused on creating a healthy planet, announced that its Chief Legal Officer Steve Burdumy has been awarded with an Arizona Corporate Counsel of the Year Award in the category of Environmental Impact.

Steve Burdumy provides legal and business experience in his role as Footprint’s Managing Director and Chief Legal Officer. Utilizing prior experience in corporate, securities, mergers and acquisitions and business operations, he has made significant contributions to Footprint in overseeing capital raising, mergers, securities matters, and developing strategic relationships with customers and suppliers in the company’s quest to invent and produce new materials to replace single-use plastics.

“From providing business and legal leadership on our long-term naming rights deal with the Phoenix Suns for Footprint Center, to leading our recently announced SPAC merger, supporting our customer relationships and protecting our intellectual property, Steve has been a critical part of Footprint’s growth trajectory and success story,” said Troy Swope, CEO and co-founder of Footprint. “All of us at Footprint congratulate Steve on this recognition.”

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AZ Business magazine, in partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel and the State Bar of Arizona, hosts the annual Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards to recognize the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of businesses across the state of Arizona. Finalists represent the finest legal expertise across all industries in the private and public sectors, and were celebrated at its annual event last night.

“I’m humbled by this nomination and recognition by my peers in the Arizona legal community,” Steve Burdumy said. “Every day our employees at Footprint are driven to create a healthier planet, and it’s my honor to be part of a team that continues to make a profound impact on the world.”

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