Terry E. Welch Rejoins Parr Brown Gee & Loveless

Parr Brown is pleased to announce that Terry E. Welch will be returning to the firm as a shareholder and board member on July 8, 2022. Terry worked at Parr Brown from 1990 to 2019 when he left to serve as a mission president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He is a past President and longtime shareholder. He remained affiliated as “of counsel” during his 3-year absence.

Craig Parry, President of Parr Brown stated: “We are pleased to welcome Terry back to the firm. For nearly three decades he has been an invaluable member of this firm. He practices with the highest level of professionalism, and his litigation skills are second to none. He is well respected not only by his colleagues at Parr Brown but by all who know him throughout the legal community.”

Mr. Welch rejoins Parr Brown’s 78-lawyer team and will focus on assisting clients with trial and litigation matters of all types. He has broad experience in complex litigation, representing multi-national, national and local businesses. Mr. Welch has mediated, arbitrated or tried cases in federal and state courts in more than 20 states throughout the United States. Bold, creative and refreshing in his style and manner, he is regularly approached to represent prior opposing parties following a past victory over them. He has handled intellectual property and patent litigation, antitrust, product liability, insurance and bad faith disputes, manufacturer/distributor relations, construction claims, trademark, trade dress, false advertising and Lanham Act matters. He prides himself on thoroughly understanding his client’s desired ends and meeting them. He also has headed the firm’s Personal Injury and Wrongful Death practice for more than two decades.

Mr. Welch received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Utah 1990, graduating Order of the Coif, and a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Utah 1987. After Law School, he clerked for Justice Michael D. Zimmerman, Utah Supreme Court.