KLM&R attorneys have expertise in all facets of municipal law, from municipal incorporations and annexations to planning and zoning. KLM&R attorneys have been very involved in the legislative debate in Utah over the formation of townships and the powers of such entities and local taxing authorities.
Our Attorneys in this Area
|Lyndon L. Ricks: Clients have described Lyndon Ricks as “A businessman who is also a lawyer.” For more than 28 years, Mr. Ricks has served small and large businesses and helped business people with legal issues. He has primary responsibility for general counsel work, securities matters, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures (domestic and international), and a variety of other matters including executive compensation, corporate contracts, joint ventures and strategic alliances, and technology licensing.|
|Steven G. Loosle: In his private practice, Mr. Loosle litigates in both state and federal courts on a variety of commercial and business disputes. Mr. Loosle represents clients at the appellate and trial level, in both state and federal court.|
|Kevin C. Timken: Kevin Timken has been a member of the firm’s corporate and securities practice group since 2000, helping public and private companies with equity financings, commercial transactions and regulatory compliance.|