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Address

222 Main Street
5th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Phone: (801) 204-9989
Fax: (385) 282-7590
Directions

Office Contact

Mark A. Nickel
Partner

Salt Lake City Fast Facts

  • 5 Attorneys
  • Opened in 2017

The firm's Salt Lake City office allows Gordon & Rees to serve its clients who do business in Utah or who intend to expand into Utah.

The attorneys supporting the Salt Lake City office practice in all areas of general and complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, business tort litigation, professional negligence and other business related litigation, including securities fraud, corporate and partner disputes, real estate disputes, landlord and tenant disputes and creditors’ rights litigation. The office is also capable of providing full service counsel to public and privately held U.S. and foreign clients, ranging from start-up entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 corporations.

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