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Ryan Frazier is a member of the firm's Litigation section. He is a skilled trial lawyer with extensive experience in commercial and general civil litigation, having tried cases before judges, juries, arbitrators and administrative panels, ranging from one-day bench trials to a seven-week jury trial. Regardless of whether he is litigating in the state or federal courts or engaging alternatives to the court system, such as mediation and arbitration, he takes an efficient, results-oriented approach to problem solving. His experience includes business, employment, contract, antitrust, and real property litigation. Mr. Frazier has been recognized as one of Utah's Legal Elite and one of the Mountain States Super Lawyers Rising Stars for Business Litigation.
Jon E. Waddoups is a member of the firm's Employment Law Practice Section and a member of the Business Litigation Practice Section. In his practice he regularly consults with clients regarding sensitive employment matters, including investigation of reports of sexual harassment, termination of employment, and reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Mr. Waddoups has broad experience in affirmative action compliance, including developing written affirmative action plans. Additionally, he is experienced in representing management in union organizing campaigns, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, and handling labor arbitration. As noted by Utah Business Magazine, he has been recognized by his peers as one of Utah's "Legal Elite" in the Labor and Employment category.
Christian Collins is Chair of the firm's Employment Law Practice Section and a member of the Risk Management and Insurance Defense Practice Section. His practice focuses on civil litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. As noted in Utah Business Magazine, he has been named by his peers as one of Utah's "Legal Elite". Also, he was selected as a Mountain States "Rising Star" in the Employment & Labor category.
Richard J. Armstrong is a member of the firm's Business, Employment & Labor, and Litigation, Trials & Appeals sections. He has extensive experience providing trial and general counsel representation for network marketing companies and top distributors as well as employers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. Mr. Armstrong's commercial litigation experience includes contract enforcement, breach of commercial covenants, restraint of trade, unfair competition, fraud and business torts. Mr. Armstrong also litigates cases in the employment arena, with an emphasis on Title VII and wrongful termination disputes. He also teaches seminars on various employment topics.
Lance D. Rich is a member of the firm's Employment & Labor, and Litigation, Trials & Appeals practice sections. Prior to joining Kirton McConkie, he was an Associate with Wood Jenkins in Salt Lake City, UT. In 2004, Rich graduated from the University of Michigan Law School whre he served as a Bergstrom Fellow and as an exectuive editor of the Michigan Journal of Law Reform.
Brinton Wilkins is a member of the firm's Employment & Labor, Litigation, Adoption, and Trials & Appeals practice sections. Prior to joining Kirton McConkie, he was an Associate with Wood Jenkins in Salt Lake City, UT and in Phoenix, AZ at Holm Wright Hyde & Hays. Mr. Wilkins is a member of the firm's Employment & Labor, and Litigation, Trials & Appeals practice sections. Prior to joining Kirton McConkie, he was an Associate with Wood Jenkins in Salt Lake City, UT.
Elaine C. Young is a member of the firm's International section. Her practice includes advising companies on the U.S. federal tax consequences of their international operations and assisting tax-exempt organizations on corporate and tax matters. She has significant experience handling the immigration, tax, and benefits aspects of cross-border employment, including inpatriate transfers and working with counsel around the world to help U.S. companies send their employees abroad.
Utah Employment Law Letter provides a three-part subscription package to deliver the practical, hands-on advice you need to manage your Utah workforce safely and in compliance with Utah and federal laws. That's because the newsletter's editors are Utah attorneys who defend and counsel employers statewide.
Each issue also keeps you on top of Utah court and U.S. Supreme Court decisions that affect your workforce, all reported with Utah's local laws and policies in mind. You get the information you need to stay in business — and out of the courtroom.
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