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Forty Jones Waldo Attorneys Honored as Utah’s Legal Elite

12/09/2010

For the seventh consecutive year, Jones Waldo attorneys have been named among the state’s top lawyers by Utah Business magazine. The 2011 Legal Elite honorees include 40 Jones Waldo attorneys. The list features:

 

  • Casey M. Adams – Construction
  • Rob M. Alston – Corporate Law and Transactions
  • Troy J. Aramburu – Bankruptcy/Workout
  • Bruce E. Babcock – Labor and Employment
  • Tom Berggren – Real Estate
  • Tiffany M. Brown – Family Law
  • Stephen C. Clark – Government
  • Andrew G. Deiss – Civil Litigation
  • Paul M. Harman – Real Estate
  • Lynn C. Harris – Personal Injury
  • Ryan M. Harris – Civil Litigation
  • Randall J Holmgren – Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • Timothy C. Houpt – Civil Litigation
  • Lon A. Jenkins – Bankruptcy/Workout
  • Lucy B. Jenkins – Environmental/Land Use
  • Alexander F. Kennedy – Corporate Law and Transactions
  • Rick L. Knuth – Banking/Financial
  • Eric P. Lee – Civil Litigation
  • Kyle V. Leishman – Real Estate
  • James S. Lowrie – Business Litigation
  • Craig R. Mariger – Construction
  • Edward R. Munson – Wills, Trusts and Estates
  • Lori W. Nelson – Family Law
  • Michael Patrick O’Brien – Labor and Employment
  • Wendy K. Petersen – Real Estate
  • Susan B. Peterson – Banking/Financial
  • Ronald S. Poelman – Corporate Law
  • George W. Pratt – Bankruptcy/Workout
  • Jacob Redd – Corporate Law and Transactions
  • John C. Rooker – Family Law
  • Keven M. Rowe – Real Estate
  • Jeffrey Weston Shields – Bankruptcy/Workout
  • Billie J. Siddoway – Civil Litigation
  • Andrew H. Stone – Business Litigation
  • George R. Sutton – Banking/Financial
  • Jonathan W. Tanner – Corporate Law and Transactions
  • J. Blake Terry – Real Estate
  • Glen D. Watkins – Real Estate
  • Travis Marc Wilson – Real Estate
  • Howard C. Young – Corporate Law

Honorees were selected based on reputation and firsthand observation of their expertise and ability. More than 5,000 Utah Bar members were asked to rate up to 10 of their peers – five from within and five outside their firms. Votes were then pared down by a variety of screening processes, including review by a blue ribbon panel of judges.

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