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San Antonio, Texas 78205

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Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

Ph: (702) 478-7770

Salt Lake City Office:

8 East Broadway, Suite 550
Salt Lake City, Utah  84111
Ph: (801) 478-8080

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St. George, Utah 84790

Ph: (435) 767-9639

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January 7, 2017

Remember back when the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage and your newsfeed exploded with bizarre, seemingly irrelevant hypothetical questions like “Can I marry my dog now?” or “What about polygamy?!”. Well turns out that second one wasn’t so irrelevant or hypothetic...

September 2, 2015

No job is without risk, and there are dangers we face every day walking across our front doorstep, but in recent years, the health and safety standards on job sites where perils are ubiquitous, like construction zones and chemical plants, have come under increasing scr...

August 24, 2015

Political ideology and practicality—as well as applicability and enforcement of various laws—meet occasionally and in some cases, but for the most part, they’re two disparate concepts that are rarely considered in the same sentence. But what if they were? Consideration...

August 7, 2015

Applying for a job these days can be a deeply anxiety-provoking experience—you submit an online application and upload a résumé and cover letter to the Internet only knows where and you cross your fingers that somewhere, someone will eventually look at your qualificati...

June 11, 2015

House Bill 35 does not present a novel idea—instead it harkens back to “words that influenced our nation’s Founding Fathers.” At least, it does in some Utahns’ minds, where the state is now “closer to honoring the basic liberty interests upon which our nation was found...

May 29, 2015

It’s a teenager up at the bench, sitting behind it, next to the judge, and it’s not something a lawyer in Utah sees every day in a Salt Lake City Courtroom. But as the Deseret News reports, it’s a program to get high school students from the area interested and involve...

May 13, 2015

One writer for Forbes is brave enough to tell it straight: the gap between the “instant zillionaires” who build their own companies from the ground up and the painstaking—and legally entangled—process of launching a successful business into the public realm is enormous...

May 5, 2015

The city council of the largest city in the state of Utah is scrambling to get their game together—their golf game, that is. Public courses in Salt Lake City are in trouble, with debt and deferral causing headaches for the government, prompting them to come up with sol...

April 29, 2015

The rights of Due Process and protection against Unreasonable Searches are among the most fundamentally American concepts. In the last two hundred and fifty years, while other countries have revolted against their authorities, the United States has proudly stood as an...

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