Bill A. Beesley, Esq.
Bill Beesley graduated with University Honors from Brigham Young University in Music and Business Management. In 1999, He obtained a J.D. degree from California Western School of Law, where he studied alternative dispute resolution, negotiations and advanced mediation techniques. During law school, he received extensive mediation training and became a court appointed mediator with the Superior Court, South County District, San Diego. He also was a mediator with the San Diego County Juvenile Hall Detention Center. In Utah, Bill has continued his work as a mediator and has facilitated resolutions in the areas of construction, personal injury, business, real estate and intellectual property. Bill recognizes the value of ADR and is a committed and passionate mediator.
As a shareholder with the firm of Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler, Bill's legal practice centers in commercial litigation and general corporate law with particular emphasis in the areas of construction, real estate and intellectual property. See www.princeyeates.com. Bill represents numerous construction companies throughout the Intermountain West, providing a wide range of legal services from litigation in both public and private proceedings to governmental construction contract drafting. He has successfully represented contractors, suppliers, bonding companies, surety companies, title companies, banks and commercial real estate brokerages in multi-party construction defect cases to complex mechanic's lien claims. Bill represents several entities in the capacity as outside corporate counsel. He also represents clients in intellectual property matters extending to trademarks, copyright, music business consulting and artist representation.
Bill is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association, ABA Entertainment Law Forum, Utah Trial Lawyers Association, Construction Law Section of the Utah State Bar, National Association of Realtors and the Salt Lake Board of Realtors. He is admitted to practice law in Utah and U.S. District Court, District of Utah. He is proficient in Danish.
Fees: $225 per hour.
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