Utah's Legal Elite 2017 Names 59 Holland & Hart Attorneys

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that 59 of the firm’s attorneys that practice in Utah have been named to Utah Business magazine’s 2017 Utah’s Legal Elite. The Utah Legal Elite list is compiled from peer surveys completed by Utah State Bar members who identify attorneys for being one of the ‘best’ in Utah and who they would recommend to others.

The following Holland & Hart attorneys are included in Utah’s Legal Elite 2017, listed by practice:

Arbitrator/Mediator: Lois Baar, George Haley
Banking/Financial: Scott Irwin
Bankruptcy/Workout: Mona Burton, Doyle Byers, Sherilyn Olsen
Civil Litigation: James Barnett, Blaine Benard, Richard Flint, Chris Hogle, Romaine Marshall, Eric Maxfield, Darren Reid, Stephen Sansom, Cory Talbot, Shawn Welch
Construction: Scott DeGraffenried
Corporate Law & Transactions: Greg Lindley, Aaron Murdock, Matthew Wells
Energy & Natural Resources: Eric Bawden, John Davis, Angela Franklin, Chris Jones, Jody Williams

Craig Galli, Kevin Murray, Emily Schilling, Amanda Smith, Nicole Squires

Estate Planning: Carol Warnick
Healthcare: Blaine Benard
Immigration: Roger Tsai
Intellectual Property: Brett Foster, Grant Foster, Matthew Horlacher, Bradley Jensen, Scott Karren, Mark Miller, Scott Nielson, Bryan Pratt, Josh Randall
Labor & Employment:  James Barnett, Bryan Benard, Elizabeth Dunning, Cecilia Romero
Real Estate:  Carl Barton, David Broadbent, Steven Tyler, Matt Wirthlin
Tax: Mark Buchi, John Ludlum, Steven Tyler, Steven Young
Up & Coming:  Adrienne Bell, Jeff Bowman, Craig Frame, Jennifer Horne, Ken Logsdon, Benjamin Machlis, Nathan Runyan, Tiffany Shimada


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