Carl is an experienced litigator. He was born and raised in Layton, Utah. He... more
Carl is an experienced litigator. He was born and raised in Layton, Utah. He attended Weber StateUniversity, majoring in Psychology, andthen later the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where he obtained his J.D. In law school Carl found his passion for litigation and excelled in trial advocacy obtaining the highest grade in trial ad and the CALI award in advanced trial advocacy. In addition,... view profile
I manage our Provo, Utah office. I specialize in commercial litigation, land use,... more
I manage our Provo, Utah office. I specialize in commercial litigation, land use, eminent domain, commercial law and banking matters. I also have experience in a broad variety of litigation fields including contracts, business separations and litigation, trust and estate litigation, land use regulation disputes, construction litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency litigation. I have significant t... view profile
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