Welcome to Sumsion Business Law
Utah Business Law and Legal Services
Sumsion Business Law is a full-service business law firm that focuses on providing cost-effective solutions to your legal problems. More than 90 percent of the business disputes we handle are settled without a trial. When a trial or appeal becomes necessary, our success rate exceeds 80 percent.
Other law firms may insist that litigation is your only option, but at Sumsion Business Law we advocate other effective and beneficial ways to approach problems. Our emphasis on dispute resolution has allowed past clients to avoid lengthy court cases and expensive legal fees. We advocate a win-win resolution for all our clients and believe that through appropriate cooperation, both parties can be satisfied with the final outcome. To learn more about our firm, click here.
How Can We Help You?
At Sumsion Business Law, we have spent many years litigating contractual and other disputes that involve a wide variety of businesses and individuals.
We have the skills and expertise necessary to secure your interests in extremely complex and competitive business negotiations.
Sumsion Business Law is actively involved in educating the community and its clients on entity formation based on individual situations and objectives.
China Business Law
We have the experience to represent your business interests in relations with entities in China and partner with international firms for representation in China.
Meet Our Attorneys
As a Sumsion Business Law attorney, Kevin is passionate about helping the firm’s clients succeed. He graduated magna cum laude from the J. Reuben Clark Law School.
Steve is a member of Utah’s Legal Elite and is the founding partner of Sumsion Business Law. His experience includes international, corporate, and local law practices.
Jason helps clients through litigation, transactional work, or estate planning. He has set up and designed asset protection and estate plans for over 100 individuals and families.
Pona joined the firm after working as a judicial law clerk in the Fourth District Court of Utah, where he gained valuable insight from working closely in Judges’ chambers.
Amy has drafted patent applications on medical and mechanical devices and has worked on legal issues involving engineering, computer software, and business methods.