Stephen is a litigation attorney whose practice focuses on commercial and general litigation, construction disputes, insurance law, and transportation law.
LL.M., (Trial Advocacy), The James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University;
J.D., cum laude, New York Law School; and
B.A., (Philosophy), Creighton University, College of Arts & Sciences.
Stephen is admitted to practice law in New York, Utah, and Wyoming.
After graduating from New York Law School, Stephen began working for a medium-size litigation firm in lower Manhattan where he successfully represented developers, construction managers, contractors and insurers in civil actions arising from construction accidents and defects, premise and products liability, and insurance-coverage and contract disputes. He and his wife began vacationing in Utah during college and with each visit their desire to leave New York City for Utah grew. So, in 2013, they moved to Utah and now live in Kamas with their three dogs.