Attorney & lawyer in Salt Lake City, Utah, area for civil & criminal litigation. Employment & labor related matters, business litigation, wrongful termination, job discrimination & civil rights cases. 

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Cottonwood Corporate Center

2825 East Cottonwood Parkway

Suite 500

Salt Lake City, UT  84121

utlaw@aol.com

801-990-3388

Map to the Cottonwood Corporate Center

 

 

 

 

AREAS OF PRACTICE

 

 

    

 

 

Mr. Stevens' practice is a general one, with an emphasis on litigation at the trial and appellate court levels, criminal defense, and employment and labor law.  He practices in Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah, the surrounding areas, and, in association with local legal counsel when necessary and appropriate, in other jurisdictions.

 

His litigation experience is extensive.  He has represented clients effectively and zealously in the following areas, among others:

 
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employment and labor-related civil litigation, including claims involving allegations of discrimination, wrongful termination, whistle-blower status and retaliation, violations of ERISA, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, labor-management relations, the Railway Labor Act, breach of the duty of fair representation, and other employment-related matters;

 
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commercial and business litigation, including contractual disputes, claims of unfair competition, antitrust matters, business torts, and corporate and securities litigation;

 
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civil rights cases, including claims alleging abuses by the DCFS, discrimination in housing and education, abuse of police power, and violations of other civil liberties protected by the United States Constitution, a state constitution, or federal or state law;

 
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Negotiating, drafting, reviewing commercial and employment agreements;

 
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securities fraud and securities enforcement defense; 

 
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representation before the Internal Revenue Service, Federal Trade Commission, and Justice Department; 

 
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criminal defense, including white collar criminal defense, juvenile proceedings, federal and state charges (and, for more information about our criminal defense practice, please visit our dedicated criminal and family law website at www.gregorywstevenslaw.com);

 
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family law matters, including child custody disputes, divorce, and alimony (and, for information about our family law practice, please visit our dedicated criminal and family law website at www.gregorywstevenslaw.com);  

 
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child abuse and neglect, child custody proceedings, termination of parental rights; 

 
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product liability cases and medical and professional malpractice;

 
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bankruptcy filings, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 (and, for more information about our bankruptcy law practice, please visit our dedicated bankruptcy law website at www.gwsbankruptcylaw.com);

 
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adversary proceedings in the bankruptcy court;

 
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foreclosure representation; and

 
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consumer debt negotiation.

 

Mr. Stevens' also has significant experience in providing counseling and training in employment and labor-related matters.  His experience in representing both employers and employees in litigation gives him a unique perspective other firms may not be able to provide.  In addition to litigation, his practice has emphasized the following:

 
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preventative counseling and representation by working closely with business clients to help them address employment issues before they become problems, including providing guidance in drafting employee handbooks and manuals, training supervisors and employees, and assisting in making decisions concerning hiring, layoffs, terminations, benefits, and compensation;

 

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representing employers and employees in connection with administrative claims and civil actions involving claims of wrongful discharge, discrimination, and retaliation;

 

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negotiating and drafting contractual and licensing agreements;

 

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representing employers and employees in connection with claims under the National labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act, and before the National Labor Relations Board, National Mediation Board, and National Railroad Adjustment Board; and

 

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representing employers and employees in alternative dispute resolution, including mediations and arbitrations.

 

 

 

 

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Information provided on this Web Site should not be construed as legal advice.  Nonetheless, you are encouraged to contact Mr. Stevens either by e-mail or telephone to discuss the specific facts of your case.  Keep in mind, however, that sending an e-mail to Mr. Stevens or calling him by telephone does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Mr. Stevens.   He requires a written retainer agreement prior to representing any individual or business. 

 

Serving individuals and businesses across the Wasatch Front, including Salt Lake County, Davis County, Weber County, Cache County, Summit County, and Utah County; and the communities of Salt Lake City, Bountiful, Brigham, Draper, Heber, Ogden, Orem, Park City, South Jordan, West Valley City, and Tooele.

 

Copyright 1995-2013 by Gregory W. Stevens.