The Salt Lake City office is now in its third decade serving both regional and national clients. Opened in 1987, our office of more than 40 attorneys has grown in size and scope in the public finance, litigation, labor and employment, real estate, environmental, and business areas.
Our attorneys have earned key roles in the region's rapidly growing financial sector. They advise clients on general business matters, mergers and acquisitions, venture and private equity financings, securities, joint ventures, licensing matters, and other business transactions.
Veteran litigators represent manufacturers, technology companies, financial institutions, developers, and other regional and national businesses in disputes spanning the consumer financial services, product liability, intellectual property, real estate, construction, and other complex commercial areas.
At Ballard Spahr, we believe our clients are best served by innovative solutions that spring from varied viewpoints and perspectives. Our office was selected by Utah Diversity Connections and the State Society for Human Resource Management as the Small Business Winner for 2015, for its commitment to support diversity and inclusion in the workplace, its numerous programs, and its accomplishments. The office also hosts an annual Resume Writing and Interview Skills Workshop for diverse 1L students and a 1L diversity fellowship aimed at supporting diversity and inclusion within the legal profession as a whole.
Our Salt Lake City attorneys play an important role in civic life, serving in leadership positions with such entities as the Economic Development Corporation of Utah and the Board of Business and Economic Development in the Governor's Office of Economic Development.
Pro bono service is a hallmark of the firm, and the Salt Lake City attorneys devote thousands of hours to pro bono cases every year. Attorneys and staff in Salt Lake City support a number of worthy causes, including efforts to assist the poor and homeless and to provide educational services for immigrant and disadvantaged children.
Mark R. Gaylord, Managing Partner
Troy Lindquist, Office Administrator
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Exit I-15 on 6th South off-ramp. Proceed East on 6th South to State Street. Turn left on State Street, proceed to 300 South. Turn left on 300 South and immediately look for One Utah Center Parking entrance on right-hand side of street.
(Parking entrance is the one closest to the State Street end of the block.)
Park in any stall marked "visitor parking." Look for parking plaza elevators and/or stair access on West side of parking plaza and take to main floor. Enter One Utah Center through glass doors and go to elevators marked 1-12 floors.
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