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Eighteen Clyde Snow Attorneys Named as 2020 Legal Elite

by | Mar 6, 2020

Eighteen Clyde Snow attorneys have been named as 2020 Utah Legal Elite by Utah Business Magazine. Each year, Utah Business Magazine’s Legal Elite listing highlights top attorneys throughout the state of Utah.

The 2020 Utah Legal Elite attorneys and their practice area are as follows:

Rodney G. Snow – Criminal Defense
Steven E. Clyde – Energy & Natural Resources
Edwin C. (Ted) Barnes – Construction
Neil A. Kaplan – Criminal Defense
Dean C. Andreasen – Family Law
Walter A. Romney, Jr. – Civil Litigation
Matthew A. Steward – Civil Litigation
Christopher B. Snow – Labor & Employment
Wayne Z. Bennett – Banking/Financial
Brian A. Lebrecht – Mergers & Acquisitions
Timothy R. Pack – Civil Litigation
James W. Anderson – Bankruptcy/Workout
Shannon K. Zollinger – Criminal Defense
Emily E. Lewis – Energy & Natural Resources
Shaunda L. McNeill – Labor & Employment

Congratulations everyone!

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About Clyde Snow & Sessions

Clyde Snow & Sessions is dedicated to serving the legal needs of regional, national, and international clients. Clyde Snow & Sessions is a full-service law firm focusing on natural resources and water law, business and finance, white collar crime and regulatory matters, labor and employment law, bankruptcy, estate planning and tax, family law, litigation, and real property matters. For more information, visit clydesnow.com.

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