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Spoliation of Evidence CLE with Gregg Wright

Fillmore Spencer Litigator Gregory S. Wright will host our October Brown Bag Lunch and CLE in our Provo Office.

Mr. Wright will address spoliation of evidence in civil litigation for Utah attorneys. 

Friday, January 27th 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

Gregory Wright is an accomplished attorney with over 25 years of experience in representing clients in all phases of civil litigation from pre-litigation, discovery, and mediation, to arbitration, bench trials, jury trials, and appeals.

As an insurance defense attorney, he has worked closely with large national clients such as State Farm, USM, The Hartford and the American International Group (AIG). As a corporate and trial lawyer Gregory has handled a high volume of national and international cases focusing mostly on personal injury cases.

Gregory Wright is an accomplished attorney with over 25 years of experience in representing clients in all phases of civil litigation from pre-litigation, discovery, and mediation, to arbitration, bench trials, jury trials, and appeals.

As an insurance defense attorney, he has worked closely with large national clients such as State Farm, USM, The Hartford and the American International Group (AIG). As a corporate and trial lawyer Gregory has handled a high volume of national and international cases focusing mostly on personal injury cases.

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