SMITH LC Opens New Utah County Office
SMITH LC today announced the opening of a new office in Utah County. Commencing December 21, 2020, the new office will be located in Provo, Utah. Eventually, the firm expects to move to even larger offices in Lehi, near Thanksgiving Point. With the opening of the expanded Utah office, SMITH LC now has offices in four states—California, Arizona, Wyoming, and Utah. Many of Smith LC’s attorneys are licensed to practice law in multiple states where Smith LC offices are located. See news release here for more information.
The firm has a strong emphasis in business, real property, construction, products and premises liability, labor and employment, estate planning, intellectual property, personal injury, insurance, bankruptcy, and appellate law. The firm represents clients in a wide variety of litigation and appellate matters, including matters involving real property, real estate finance, construction, development disputes and transactions, intellectual property disputes, business disputes, personal injury, fraud, shareholder disputes, and adversarial actions in bankruptcy court.
The firm’s policies of responsive and aggressive representation have helped build a broad base of clientele, from individuals and small local businesses to international corporations. The firm’s ultimate goal is client satisfaction. The firm emphasizes frequent and open communication with clients to insure that clients’ needs and expectations are fulfilled at every stage of the legal representation.
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