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Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that Laura G. Kennedy was honored at the Utah Business “30 Women to Watch” luncheon held on May 30, 2024. This event celebrates women in Utah who are accomplishing truly amazing things in their respective fields, including state senators, CEOs, entrepreneurs, authors, arrivistes, and role models in the community. Laura became President of Parr Brown Gee & Loveless on April 1, 2024. She is a Shareholder and trial lawyer specializing in commercial disputes and insurance coverage, often representing sophisticated clients involved in disputes with their insurance companies. She has become known for

Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that on April 1, 2024, Laura G. Kennedy became President of the Firm. Ms. Kennedy is part of the firm’s litigation group, specializing in insurance coverage disputes, often representing sophisticated corporate clients in disputes with their insurance companies on issues related to insurance coverage and improper claims handling. In her specialized practice, she has represented clients from a variety of industries, including construction and transportation. Laura is particularly well-known for her innovative and detailed approach to disputes, which has led her to achieving favorable results and praise from her clients and

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.

Parr Brown Shareholder David Reymann was quoted in the Salt Lake Tribune regarding his representation of a local county newspaper in challenging a libel lawsuit under the anti-SLAPP (“strategic lawsuits against public participation”) law. “The new law has a much broader sweep, protecting all speech on matters of public concern, which is much more consistent with how the courts have interpreted the scope of First Amendment protections.” Full story here.