Tayler Fox is an experienced litigation and real estate attorney. His extensive background includes successful representation of clients in real property law, commercial litigation, condemnation, foreclosures, title disputes and lender liability and foreclosure litigation defense. He also represents titles insurers and has represented major lending institutions at both trial and appellate levels.
- Commonwealth Property Advocates v. Mortgage Electric Registration Systems, 680 F. 3d 1194 (10th Cir. 2012).
- Jones v. Mackey Price Thompson & Ostler, 355 P. 3d 1000 (Utah 2015).
- Sterling Fiduciaries, LLC v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, 2016 UT App 107.
- Can Apples Be Compared To Oranges?A Policy-based Approach for Deciding Whether Intentional Torts Should Be Included in Comparative Fault Analysis, Valparaiso Law Review, 43 Val. L. Rev. 261 (2008).
- Boundary Disputes, Utah State Bar Fall Forum, November 2017.
- Nuts and Bolts of Foreclosure Law, Utah State Bar Fall Forum, November 2015.
- Foreclosures and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Real Property Section Meeting, June 2013.
- Recent Developments in Residential Foreclosure Litigation and Issues Related to Mortgage Electronic Registrations Systems, Inc. and the Pooling of Mortgage-Backed Securities, Utah State Bar Convention, July 2011.
- Section Chair of Utah Bar’s Real Property Section 2017-2018
- Member of Executive Committee of Utah Bar’s Real Property Section, 2014-2018
Valparaiso University School of Law – JD, 2008
Valparaiso University School of Graduate Studies – MA Liberal Studies, Emphasis in English, 2008
University of Utah – BA Political Science, Minor in History, 2002
- Attorney at Callister Nebeker & McCullough, 2008-2016 (Shareholder, 2014-2016)
- Summer Clerk for Chief Justice Christine M. Durham of the Utah Supreme Court, 2006