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Robert E. Mansfield

Robert Mansfield practices in the area of product liability litigation, intellectual property litigation, complex commercial litigation, digital marketing litigation, eminent domain litigation, and real estate litigation. He aggressively litigates matters, while effectively communicating with clients and keeping in mind their business goals and objectives. Rob has extensive experience representing clients in intellectual property litigation, defective software implementation litigation, unfair competition/antitrust litigation, and eminent domain litigation. He has tried numerous jury and bench trials in both state and federal courts throughout the United States. Rob has also argued many cases before the Supreme Court of Utah and other appellate courts.

Education
University of Utah (J.D., 1992)
       Utah Law Review
University of Utah (B.A., With Honors, 1988)

Professional Recognition & Awards
The Best Lawyers in America
       Commercial Litigation, Eminent Domain and Condemnation Law, Intellectual Property
       Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions Litigation (2007-2014)
The Best Lawyers in America, Business Edition
       Intellectual Property Law (2012)

Professional Memberships and Activities
American Bar Association
Ethics and Discipline Committee, Utah Supreme Court
Model Utah Jury Instruction Review Committee

Bar Admissions
Utah State Bar
United States Supreme Court
United States District Court, District of Utah
United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit

Community Involvement
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Korea, State of Utah
Univerity of Utah Presidents Club Committee, Chair
Utah Republican Party Elephant Club, Chair
Museum of Utah Art and History, Board Member and General Counsel
Guadalupe School, Board Member and General Counsel
S.J. Quinney College of Law, Alumni Board

Other Professional Experience
Partner – Snell & Wilmer
Shareholder – Vancott Bagley Corwall & McCarthy

Military Service
United States Army (1981 - 1984)