Natural Resource Law

                “One of the highest callings an attorney can have is to help the justice system function properly, and when there are mistakes made, to correct them.” – David Reymann Parr Brown Shareholder David Reymann is featured on the cover of Mountain States Super Lawyers 2024. Read here about his commitment to First Amendment and free speech law, his amazing pro bono track record, and why the best Southern dishes are found in Alabama.

Parr Brown Gee & Loveless welcomes Michael A. Stevens to the Firm! Michael has joined Parr Brown as an Associate, as a member of our Commercial Litigation practice. His expertise includes product liability, employment, torts, contract disputes and personal injury and wrongful death. He received his J.D. from the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School and was both a Senior Editor of the BYU Law Review as well as a Board Member of the BYU Trial Advocacy Team. Michael was an associate at a major Salt Lake City-based firm prior to joining Parr Brown, where he practiced in

Parr Brown is excited to officially welcome our incredible 2024 Summer Associates! We’re happy to have this talented group of future attorneys on board. From left to right: Annie Miner (1L, BYU Law), Emily Strong (2L, University of Utah), Bryant Holloway (2L, University of Utah), Ruben Castren (1L, University of Utah), Lane Burgess (1L, University of Utah), Eric Love (2L, University of Utah), Nathan Rich (1L, BYU Law) Find out more about Parr Brown’s Summer Associate program here.

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Parr Brown Gee & Loveless today announced that shareholder Jonathan O. Hafen, the Court-appointed Receiver in the Rust Rare Coin Ponzi scheme, has made three initial distributions to victims totaling $23,273,521.88. For well over a decade, Gaylen Rust defrauded hundreds of victims by falsely claiming that he was operating a lucrative silver bullion trading program. Rust used the highly regarded Salt Lake City coin shop started by his father as a front for the fraud. Rust told prospective investors that all of the silver trades were conducted through a Rust Rare Coin account at HSBC Bank and that profits generated