Barry G. Scholl joined the firm’s commercial and corporate law practice groups in 2006. Prior to joining Kruse Landa Maycock & Ricks, Mr. Scholl clerked for the Honorable Pamela T. Greenwood in the Utah Court of Appeals. His prior experience includes serving as the editor in chief of Salt Lake and Utah Outdoors magazines, the general manager of a dot-com company, and the senior editor of Utah Business magazine.
In his practice, Mr. Scholl concentrates on:
- document drafting, review and analysis, and compliance with federal and state securities laws
- structuring complex securities offerings
- preparing mandatory disclosures to regulatory agencies, stockholders and the investment community
- copyright and trademark consultation, research and registration
- University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Juris Doctor – 2005
- Editor in chief, Journal of Law and Family Studies
- Second place in an ASCAP-sponsored copyright paper competition
- first place in the federal bar student essay competition, Utah chapter
- Westminster College, Master of Professional Communication – 1996
- University of Utah, Master of Fine Arts, creative writing – 1991
- University of Utah, Bachelor of Arts, English – 1986
Professional Activities, Publications and Awards
- Utah State Bar Dispute Resolution Section Executive Committee, 2006-2011; Committee Chair 2009-2010.
- Member, Intellectual Property Section and Securities Section, Utah State Bar
- Co-Author, “Blow the Whistle: The Dodd-Frank Act Creates New Incentives for Whistleblowers — and Compliance Issues for Utah Businesses,” Utah Bar Journal, March-April 2012.
- Author, “Our Predictions: Major Legal Trends in 2010,” Utah CEO, Dec. 2009.
- Author, “Ethics and Corporate Responsibility,” Utah CEO, Oct. 2009.
- Author, “Organizational Documents: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You,” Utah CEO, Sept. 2009.
- Co-Author, “Protect Your Intellectual Property,” Utah CEO, May 2009.
- Adjunct Professor of Law, S.J. Quinney College of Law, 2006-present
- Author, “For Sale by Owner: Selling a Business Is All in the Details,” Utah Business magazine, June 2006.
- Author, “Hiram Chodosh,” Res Gestae, Fall 2006.
- Class Representative, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Class of 2005