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Fifty-Seven Holland & Hart Attorneys Named Among 2018 Utah Legal Elite

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that 57 of the firm’s attorneys practicing in Utah have been named to Utah Business magazine’s 2018 Utah Legal Elite, a listing of the top lawyers in Utah as voted by their peers. The Utah Legal Elite list highlights attorneys for being one of the ‘best’ in Utah and who they would recommend to others.

The following Holland & Hart attorneys are included in the 2018 Utah Legal Elite, listed by category:

Arbitrator/Mediator: Lois Baar
Banking/Financial: Scott Irwin
Bankruptcy/Workout: Mona Burton, Doyle Byers, Sherilyn Olsen
Civil Litigation: James Barnett, Blaine Benard, Richard Flint, George Haley, Christopher Hogle, Romaine Marshall, Eric Maxfield, Darren Reid, Stephen Sansom, Cory Talbot
Construction: Scott DeGraffenried
Energy & Natural Resources: Eric Bawden, John Davis III, Angela Franklin, Chris Jones, Shawn Welch, Jody Williams
Environmental: Craig Galli, James Holtkamp, Steven Jones, Kevin Murray, Emily Schilling, Amanda Smith
Estate Planning: Carol Warnick
Immigration: Roger Tsai
Intellectual Property: Matthew Horlacher, Scott Karren, Joshua Randall
Labor & Employment:  Bryan Benard, Elizabeth “Terry” Dunning, Cecilia Romero
Mergers and Acquisitions:  Craig Frame, James Kelly, Aaron Murdock, Marc Porter, Jeffrey Steele, Matthew Wells
Real Estate:  Carl Barton, Adrienne Bell, David Broadbent, Steven Tyler, Matthew Wirthlin
Securities Law: Gregory Lindley
Tax: Mark Buchi, John Ludlum, Steven Young
Up & Coming:  Jeffrey Bowman, Jennifer Horne, Kenneth Logsdon, Ellen Ostrow, Ashley Peck, Nathan Runyan


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