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Taking Advantage of Utah Bar Membership

Fillmore Spencer Partner Mark Stubbs will lead our July CLE discussion on “Taking Advantage of the benefits of Utah Bar Association Membership.”

Mark D. Stubbs has been practicing law for more than 40 years.  While he has been licensed in the states of Utah, Idaho and Arizona, Mark’s clients span the Western United States. His practice has focused on representing growing businesses in their day-to-day legal matters, and a variety of contract matters including licensing, distribution, small company acquisition and asset sales.

Friday, July 28th at Noon 

Join us at our Provo office for the CLE presentation and lunch on us, or via Zoom.

Fillmore Spencer’s Provo Office
3301 N. University Ave.
Provo, UT 84604

Mark D. Stubbs has been practicing law for more than 40 years.  While he has been licensed in the states of Utah, Idaho and Arizona, Mark’s clients span the Western United States. His practice has focused on representing growing businesses in their day-to-day legal matters, and a variety of contract matters including licensing, distribution, small company acquisition and asset sales.

Mark D. Stubbs has been practicing law for more than 40 years.  While he has been licensed in the states of Utah, Idaho and Arizona, Mark’s clients span the Western United States. His practice has focused on representing growing businesses in their day-to-day legal matters, and a variety of contract matters including licensing, distribution, small company acquisition and asset sales.

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