Curt practices in the areas of trial and appellate litigation, general business... more
Curt practices in the areas of trial and appellate litigation, general business representation, assisting clients in creating, preserving, and enforcing their copyright, trademark, and trade secret intellectual property rights. Prior to founding Bentley Briggs Lynch, Curt practiced commercial litigation at the Salt Lake firm of Bennett Tueller Johnson Deere, where he represented clients in bo... view profile
As a Utah lawyer I have experience in handling administrative hearings, court... more
As a Utah lawyer I have experience in handling administrative hearings, court hearings, contract disputes, depositions, and negotiations. My professional focus is commercial litigation, construction defect defense, and insurance defense. I graduated with my Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech School of Law and worked for two federal judges during my time at Tech. My third year of law school wa... view profile
Mr. Johansen is a member in the law firm of Olsen, Skoubye Nielson, LLC. His... more
Mr. Johansen is a member in the law firm of Olsen, Skoubye Nielson, LLC. His practice involves commercial and residential construction transactions and disputes, mechanic's lien foreclosures, Utah Residence Lien Recovery Fund claims, payment bond claims (both state and federal), constru... view profile
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