Since the founding of Hobbs Olson, L.C. in 1999, most of my practice has been... more
Since the founding of Hobbs Olson, L.C. in 1999, most of my practice has been focused in the area of real property law, particularly in connection with community associations. I have also been involved in many construction defect matters, including three cases which have resulted in settlements and/or verdicts in excess of a million dollars each.
Heidi Goebel is licensed to practice law in 5 states. She serves as a Vice President... more
Heidi Goebel is licensed to practice law in 5 states. She serves as a Vice President of her firm and a Co-Chair of both the Commercial Litigation and Product Liaiblity sections of the firm. She has tried several major cases to verdict in state court and through arbitration and is skilled in handling large, complex litigation.
Tyson B. Snow is a partner at Snow Litigation LLC in Salt Lake City. His practice... more
Tyson B. Snow is a partner at Snow Litigation LLC in Salt Lake City. His practice involves all areas of federal court litigation with an emphasis in employment litigation, commercial litigation, and intellectual property litigation, including trademark disputes, cybersquatting, copyrights, and other technology related issues. He also frequently litigates in Utah's state district and appellate c... view profile
I began my career at one of the most prestigious law firms in the world litigating... more
I began my career at one of the most prestigious law firms in the world litigating cases for Fortune 500 companies, international accounting firms, multi-national corporations, and other wealthy clients. While at that firm, I sharpened my litigation teeth in contentious motion practice, aggressive discovery disputes, and other well-fought battles. After four years at the firm, I decided that ... view profile
Since 1970, Jim has concentrated his practice on securities and corporate law,... more
Since 1970, Jim has concentrated his practice on securities and corporate law, emphasizing new equity financings and corporate acquisitions and reorganizations involving publicly traded companies. Jim’s particular practice interests are: structuring complex mergers, securities offerings, acquistions, and other transactions integrating securities, corporate law and financial reporting requi... view profile
Sean A. Monson is of counsel in the law firm of Bennett Tueller Johnson Deere. His... more
Sean A. Monson is of counsel in the law firm of Bennett Tueller Johnson Deere. His practice emphasis is real estate and title insurance. He has been lead counsel representing several businesses and individuals in real property transactions and litigation matters involving boundary, ownership and priority of interest disputes. His practice also includes employment counseling and litigation. He ... view profile
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