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
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
Areas of practice include general civil litigation with an emphasis on real estate... more
Areas of practice include general civil litigation with an emphasis on real estate litigation. Other areas of practice include commercial litigation, employment law, personal injury law, appellate litigation, construction litigation, and commercial collection work. Mr. Kono has repeatedly been voted by the legal community as one of Utahs "Legal Elite" in the areas of personal injury and/or busi... view profile
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