David Leigh‘s practice is concentrated in bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and civil/commercial litigation. Mr. Leigh represents various parties—including secured creditors, unsecured creditors, official committees of unsecured creditors, and trustees—in chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcy cases. He also represents plaintiffs and defendants in general commercial litigation matters, including out-of-bankruptcy workouts, collection litigation, debt restructuring, contract disputes, real and personal property liens and lien disputes, business torts and professional negligence disputes. Mr. Leigh has been voted by his peers throughout the state as one of Utah’s “Legal Elite” (as published in Utah Business Magazine) and as one of the Mountain States “Rising Stars” (as published in Law & Politics Super Lawyers).
Charles Livsey is a member of the firm’s Tax and Estate Planning Section. Mr. Livsey’s legal practice includes: estate and trust administration, estate and gift planning, and probate administration and taxation, with a focus on Split Interest Trusts, Family Limited Liability Companies, Private Foundations, and Charitable Foundations. Mr. Livsey also has considerable experience in Real Estate Land Use Planning.