October 2021

Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that Briggs Matheson joined the firm as a shareholder in the commercial litigation section.  Mr. Matheson brings a broad range of experience representing companies, individuals, and government entities in high-stakes civil and criminal proceedings involving fraud, breach-of-contract, intellectual property, securities, and sensitive corporate investigations. Prior to joining Parr Brown, Mr. Matheson served as a federal prosecutor in the Northern District of California, where he prosecuted a variety of criminal cases in the District Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  He also served as a Deputy City Attorney for the City

Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that Jonathan Williams has been promoted to shareholder. Jonathan’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. He frequently counsels clients on contract disputes, securities-related Issues, civil fraud, and business disparagement. Jon’s clients appreciate his ability to grasp big-picture objectives while also having the intellectual curiosity to be detail oriented. Jonathan believes that understanding the nuances early in a dispute ultimately gets the job done more quickly and efficiently. Jonathan has managed numerous cases through all stages of a lawsuit. Jonathan has significant experience participating in and managing large discovery projects and especially

Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that Mary E. Frandsen joined the firm as an associate in the commercial litigation practice group. In 2020, she earned her Juris Doctor magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School, where she received the distinguished J. Reuben Clark Award for exemplifying academic excellence, integrity, high ethical standards, and service. Mary also served as an editor for the BYU Law Review. Prior to joining Parr Brown, Mary worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Chief Justice Matthew B. Durrant of the