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DANIEL DAY  
CLARK FETZER
 
ROSS FORD
 

Daniel L. Day, JD/MBA, is a litigation attorney, mediator and arbitrator serving the construction and real estate industries. Mr. Day is active in the Construction, Real Property and Dispute Resolution Sections of the Utah State Bar and served for 4 years in the Construction Section leadership. Mr. Day is also a Utah court-approved mediator.
 

Clark Fetzer is an attorney who, for over 30 years, has focused his practice on resolving construction disputes. He is active in bar association sections on construction and dispute resolution and is chair of the Utah Council on Conflict Resolution. He has mediated and arbitrated a variety of construction disputes.

Ross Ford has over 20 years experience as a General Contractor in residential & commercial projects with extensive knowledge in framing, sheetrock, finish, concrete, roofing, architectural millwork, and cabinetry. He was recruited as a liaison between government regulators and businesses for fair representation as an expert in the construction industry.

 

M,A,D,E M,A,D,E M,A,D,E,G
Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Highland
FULL BIO FULL BIO FULL BIO

   
TODD GUNDERMAN
  KARIN S. HOBBS  
JOHN KENNEDY

Mr. Gunderman has been working in the construction industry as a Professional Engineer for 25 years and has extensive knowledge of how projects are constructed and managed while understanding their design principles. Todd has experience working on the contracting side where he has worked as a superintendent, and as an ownerís advocate performing construction management.

Ms. Hobbs is a proactive attorney/mediator with knowledge of construction issues, integrity, creativity, patience and an ability to settle thousands of difficult disputes.  She has mediated hundreds of construction disputes and has participated in building two homes, renovating a home and significantly renovating a commercial building
 

Judge John Kennedy (ret.) brings to his dispute resolution practice more than 45 years of experience as a judicial officer and practicing attorney where he adjudicated and litigated construction, business, real property, professional liability, and other civil cases and successfully arbitrated scores of disputes. His clients included governmental entities and housing authorities.

M,A,D,E M,E M,A,D,E
Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City
FULL BIO FULL BIO FULL BIO

BENJAMIN J. KENNEY
LYNN LARSEN
DAVID NELSON

Benjamin has been working in construction management for 20+ years. He is very experienced in estimating, scheduling, contract management, subcontracts and owner relations. Benjamin also owned his own business in Hawaii, Guam and Samoa. Type of projects include Multi-Family housing, Military housing, Historic Renovations, Airport Renovations and Hospital Renovations.

For 40 years, Lynn Larsen has used his technical and legal expertise in pursuing, resolving, and avoiding construction contract disputes involving Delays and Disruptions, Site-access, Differing Site Conditions, Changes, Defective Plans, and Cost and Schedule analyses. He believes in evaluative mediation

Attorney/P.E. with 35 years of experience as a Construction Attorney. Project Engineer and Principal Engineer for civil projects for 10 years. Construction dispute arbitrator for 35 years for disputes ranging from multi-million dollar large, complex cases to cases involving disputes of less than $100,000.00. Construction mediator for 10 years.

M,A,D,E M,A,D,E M,A,D,E
Sandy North Salt Lake Salt Lake City
FULL BIO FULL BIO FULL BIO

JACK REED HAROLD RUF STEVE RUF

Mr. Reed represents owners, developers, municipalities, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in construction project disputes. He understands federal and state contract regulations, clauses, and procedures, and claims for changed and extra work, acceleration, delays, differing site conditions, terminations for default and convenience; and mechanicís lien and payment bond claims and defenses.

Harold Ruf, CPA has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry with over 20 years focused on the preparation and resolution of construction related change orders, REAís, claims and disputes. Has experience in numerous negotiation, mediation, appraisal, arbitration and litigation settings. Holds a General Engineering Contractors License. Expert in Concrete, Utilities & Tunneling

Steve Ruf, MBA is an expert in cost segregation studies. He has prepared presentations and document productions for negotiation, appraisal, arbitration and litigation settings. He has been published by NASTT on documenting and presenting underground construction claims. Dispute experience includes construction costing, claims, and change orders. Construction projects include avalanche exploders, and microtunneling

M,A,D,E M,E M,E
Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Salt Lake City
FULL BIO FULL BIO FULL BIO

KENT B SCOTT GREG SIMONSEN

Mr. Scott, for the past forty two years, has served in the construction industry as an arbitrator, mediator and litigator of commercial and residential construction disputes. Over 180 arbitrations 500 mediations and 100 cases tried (twelve juries). Cases include HOA disputes, design errors, construction defects, payment, delay, and mechanicís lien claims. Chaired Supreme Courtís Committee on Utah Model Jury Instructions Ė Construction

Greg Simonsen tried his first construction case in 1988 in the United States District Court, District of Utah. In the ensuing 27 years, he has tried, arbitrated or mediated hundreds of construction, construction defect, mechanics lien, real estate, and land use claims. He is past Chairman of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar.

M,A,D,E M,A,D,E
Salt Lake City Salt Lake City
FULL BIO FULL BIO