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Clyde Snow Attorneys Honored at Corporate Counsel & 30 Women to Watch Awards

by | Jun 30, 2023

We are thrilled to announce that two of Clyde Snow’s attorneys have been honored by The Utah Business Awards. Utah Business highlights businesses and individuals at the forefront of Utah’s economy and are making an impact. Congratulations go to our own Brian Lebrecht and Emily Lewis!

Brian Lebrecht Named as One of Utah Business 2023’s Corporate Counsel Awards

In April 2023, Clyde Snow’s President, Director, & Shareholder, Brian Lebrecht was named as one of Utah Business 2023’s Corporate Counsel Awards. Mr. Lebrecht represents company clients primarily in corporate finance, public company disclosure (including ’33 Act registrations and ’34 Act reporting requirements), and mergers and acquisitions. He also represents individual directors, and boards of directors, with respect to corporate governance, fiduciary duties, internal investigations, and risk management. Mr. Lebrecht practices before the SEC and FINRA on matters involving issuers, broker-dealers, and other service professionals.

Brian finds true joy in helping his clients achieve their goals. He is passionate about treating his client relations like a true partnership, where he is with you every step of the way. All of us here at Clyde Snow & Sessions are proud to have Brian as our leader. To learn more about Brian and how he may help you, visit his profile here.

Emily E. Lewis Named One of Utah Business 30 Women to Watch

Shortly after the Corporate Counsel Awards, in May 2023, Emily E. Lewis was named one of Utah Business 30 Women to Watch. Ms. Lewis assists clients in navigating complex water problems. She advises individual water right owners, water conservancy districts, municipalities, mining companies, and mutual shareholder irrigation companies. Her strategic projects practice extends to innovative policy work and specialty project management. She acts as the Utah Water Banking Project Manager and hosts Ripple Effect – A Podcast Putting Water in Context.

Emily is incredibly passionate about making a difference in this world. She dreams big and truly wants to help with many of the water issues that impact the Western United States. To learn more about how Emily may help you with any of your water issues, you can learn more here.

We are proud to have a group of passionate attorneys. At Clyde Snow, our team of experienced attorneys are dedicated to delivering personalized, efficient, and cost-effective legal solutions. We take pride in our commitment to client satisfaction and strive to build long-lasting relationships. Contact us today to learn more!

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