Drew Parkinson

Attorney

Practice Areas

Business Law, Civil Litigation, Estate Planning, Land Use, Real Estate

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Practice Areas

Business Law, Civil Litigation, Estate Planning, Land Use, Real Estate

Licensed in Utah and Idaho.

Drew Parkinson is a versatile litigation and transaction attorney, practicing mainly in the areas of business, real estate, and trusts & estates. Drew has extensive experience litigating and resolving complex disputes involving business, contracts, real estate, restrictive covenants, property disputes, construction, residential and commercial leases, and wills and trusts. Drew prides himself on being an open book, always communicating with clients and involving them in the legal process.

In the real estate context, Drew does virtually everything. Drew gained his experience working in Park City, Utah, which is one of the fiercest real estate markets in the world. He has represented every player involved in real estate projects including developers, public and private owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, engineers and surveyors. Drew negotiates, litigates, and mediates every type of property dispute.

In the commercial context, Drew drafts and litigates operating agreements, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, shareholder and partnership disputes, landlord-tenant documents, purchase and sale documents, and other myriad items and issues.

In his estate planning practice, Drew concentrates on creating estate plans that are tailormade to achieve each client’s personal wishes and objectives. He believes estate planning should be about creating value for each client, focusing on legacy planning that contemplates current and future control over assets and property for the ongoing benefit of beneficiaries.

EDUCATION
University of Idaho College of Law, J.D. 2016
Utah State University, B.S. (Business) 2012

BAR ADMISSIONS
Utah Supreme Court
U.S. District Court, District of Utah

Idaho Supreme Court
U.S. District Court, District of Idaho.

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE
Hitorq, LLC v. TCC Veterinary Services Inc., 2020 UT App 123, 473 P.3d 1177.