SALT LAKE CITY, UT—The Law firm of Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that Martin Banks, Rick Rose, and Chaunceton Bird have joined the firm.
Marty Banks joins Parr Brown as a shareholder and is a member of the firm’s Environmental Law practice group and Litigation practice group. His environmental practice includes counseling clients in cost-effective regulatory compliance and permitting strategies. Marty’s business litigation practice includes environmental and natural resource matters, real estate and land use issues (including public land use), construction disputes and OSHA matters. Prior to joining Parr Brown Marty was a partner at Stoel Rives.
Rick Rose joins Parr Brown as an associate and is a member of the firm’s commercial litigation team with a particular emphasis on complex commercial litigation in state and federal court. Rick has experience in a broad range of commercial disputes including contract, securities, intellectual property, cybersecurity, and business tort issues. Before joining Parr Brown, Mr. Rose was an associate with Stoel Rives and a law clerk for Judge Dale Kimball of the Utah Federal District Court.
Chaunceton Bird joins Parr Brown as an associate and is a member of the firm’s litigation team with a particular emphasis on complex commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. He has experience litigating a broad range of commercial disputes and specializes in defending clients against products liability and mass torts claims. Before joining Parr Brown Gee & Loveless, Chaunceton was a judicial law clerk for Justice Paige Petersen of the Utah Supreme Court.