Armstrong Teasdale Opens Salt Lake City Office, Adds Team of Attorneys
Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces the addition of Partners Michael Gehret and Brennan Moss as the first step in a strategy to grow the firm’s position in Salt Lake City, Utah. Armstrong Teasdale intends to establish a full-service office in Salt Lake City – the third new market for the firm in 18 months. The office rounds out the firm’s already robust presence in the West, with existing offices in Denver and Las Vegas.
“These are extraordinary times, and we are very fortunate to be planting a flag in Salt Lake City,” said Managing Partner David Braswell. “The team on the ground will not only provide counsel across a wide range of practice areas from litigation to real estate and intellectual property, but they also share our values and are committed to excellent client service. We are excited to welcome these additions to our team and continue to grow our footprint in the region moving forward.”
Gehret has served as national litigation and bankruptcy counsel for many of the largest companies in Utah and across the country. He represents financial institutions; private equity funds; solar and power companies; health care, pharmaceutical and biotech companies; developers, commercial property owners, title companies and owners associations; and casinos and ski resorts. While Gehret has litigated cases all over the country, he has spent considerable time in the courts in Utah, Nevada, California and Oregon.
Moss is a skilled cross-discipline attorney with experience spanning the corporate, real estate, litigation and intellectual property areas. He primarily counsels clients related to commercial litigation, real property, employment and labor, and trademark law. Moss has represented Fortune 500 and Inc. 500 companies, as well as local, small and medium-sized businesses, contractors and individuals. He advises clients at the state and federal levels, and has experience from coast to coast, including the Intermountain West, and in California, Washington, Alaska, Minnesota, New York, Washington, D.C., and Florida.