Meet Our New Partners

Terry Gorrell – Real Estate Development and Finance

Terry leverages real-world understanding of real estate development and management to counsel clients developing medical centers and multifamily and senior living facilities.


Mickell Jimenez – Employment Law and Litigation

Employers turn to Mickell for seasoned counsel to proactively handle labor and employment and litigation issues. She joins the Labor & Employment team in Holland & Hart's Salt Lake City office.


Tim Crisp – Commercial Finance 

Tim counsels banks, non-traditional lenders, and consumer finance lenders to structure transactions in ways that identify and manage risk, and assists company borrowers to access working capital and financing.


Greg Saylin – Employment Law

Greg represents employers on the full spectrum of issues and challenges they face to efficiently and effectively manage their workforce and culture. He joins the Labor & Employment team in the Salt Lake City office.


William Colgin – Tax Litigation and Controversy

Bill joins the Tax and Benefits team, focusing his practice on representing corporations and high-net worth individuals in complex, high-stakes federal controversies and litigation.


Kristy Kimball - Healthcare Law

Serving the regulatory compliance and operational needs of clients in the Healthcare and Life Sciences industries, Kristy Kimball joins the Salt Lake City office.


Rebecca Schroer - Private Client Practice

Trusts and Estates Litigator Rebecca Schroer rejoins the Private Client practice in the Denver office, serving clients in trust administrations, wealth transfer, and estate planning.


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