J.D., University of Utah College of Law 2005
B.A., University of Utah 2001
John Snow focuses his practice on commercial litigation, contract disputes, business torts, debtor/creditor disputes and bankruptcy-related litigation, real estate disputes, and real estate transactions. He believes in tailoring an efficient solution to his clients’ legal problems, through negotiation or where necessary, litigation, as the needs of each case and the means of each client dictate. He prides himself in providing both zealous representation and frank advice regarding the strengths and weaknesses of his clients’ cases.
Mr. Snow enjoys helping clients with both small and large legal matters. He recently helped a client obtain a two-million-dollar judgment in a false advertising case. In another case he helped a client avoid an adverse eviction judgment where less than ten thousand dollars was at stake.
Mr. Snow graduated near the top of his class at the University of Utah College of Law, where he was honored as a Leary Scholar. Prior to joining Price Parkinson & Kerr, Mr. Snow practiced at the Utah firm of Parr Brown Gee & Loveless, where he focused on commercial litigation, contract disputes, and bankruptcy-related litigation.
In his free time, Mr. Snow enjoys backpacking, canoeing, reading history books, going to baseball games, playing board games, and spending time with his wife and five children.
Utah state and federal courts
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals