Commercial, Real Estate and Business Litigation and Trial Lawyer

For more than forty-four years I have concentrated my legal practice in complex business, commercial and real estate civil litigation; trials and appeals in state and federal courts; state and federal regulatory matters; municipal, county, and state land use planning; and condemnation cases throughout the lntermountain West and United States. 

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

125 N. T Street, No. 1
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

801.573.4772

☎ CONTACT

ebgesas@gesaslaw.com
801.573.4772

 

Representative Cases


First Security Bank v.
Banberry Crossing

780 P.2d 1253 (Utah 1989)
Multi-party contract and fraud case that established guidelines for commercial lending practices and elements of business fraud in Utah.



Olympus Hills Shopping Center Ltd. v. Smith's Food & Drug

889 P.2d 445 (Utah Ct. App. 1994)
A widely cited Utah case regarding breach of commercial leases that expanded the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.



Robert Winn, et al. v.
University of Utah, et al.

Third District Ct., Summit County, Utah, Civ.
No. 0600105 (2000) (unreported decision)

High profile case in Utah employment laws dealing with medical professionals enforcement of their contractual rights, defeating a covenant not to compete, and the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.


 
 

 
 
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