Salt Lake City — The law firm Durham Jones & Pinegar (D|J|P) announced the election of its Board of Directors. Newly elected members are Steven J. McCardell, Brick G. Power and David P. “Dade” Rose. McCardell, a shareholder in the Salt Lake City office, was recently head of the firm’s bankruptcy section. He is also chair of the firm’s ethics committee. His practice focuses on business workouts, Chapter 11 reorganization, and lender liability defense. He joined the firm in 2006 after practicing with a national firm for 22 years.
Power, a shareholder in the Salt Lake City office’s intellectual property section, joined the Firm in 2010. He represents clients in the areas of patent prosecution, the delivery of legal opinions regarding intellectual property rights, and the crafting of agreements to transfer intellectual property rights. A member of the patent bar, Power is also admitted to practice in Utah and California. Rose, a shareholder in the Salt Lake City office, has served twice as the chair of the Firm’s real estate section. His practice focuses on real estate, land use and sophisticated financing transactions. A Harvard Law graduate, Rose has been with D|J|P for 13 years.
Those continuing to serve on the D|J|P Board are the firm’s three founding shareholders Paul M. Durham (real estate & banking), Jeffrey M. Jones (business & finance) and Managing Partner Kevin R. Pinegar (business & finance); and Shareholders Joshua E. Little (business & finance, and current managing partner of the firm’s St. George office); David W. Tufts (business litigation); and Philip C. Van Alstyne (litigation, and current managing partner of the firm’s Las Vegas office).