Dusten devotes the vast majority of his practice to litigation but also provides estate planning and corporate transactions among other areas of law. Dusten has actual experience in farming, ranching, transportation, oil, gas and mining industries giving him unsurpassed real world knowledge and understanding.
Additionally, Dusten’s style as litigator has been described as tenacious and straightforward. His out of the box thinking has proven to be invaluable in his ability to negotiate successfully on behalf of his clients. Dusten loves to win but hates defeat exponentially more than the thrill of winning.
Dusten has had many successes as a negotiator and litigator. He once collected in excess of $500,000 for a drilling contractor without having to file a complaint. Recently he battled a multi-national team of attorneys and obtained a ruling for the return of mines and mining claims exceeding 5,000 acres as well as other assets for his client. He as served as counsel in numerous wrongful death cases including the Crandall Canyon Mine Disaster, and other industrial and personal injuries cases bringing about awards in excess of $1,000,000
Areas of Practice:
50% Commercial Contracts and Business Litigation
20% Criminal Defense
20% Family Law
10% Business Formation & Corporate Governance
90 % of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Bar Admissions: Utah, 2004
Education: University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law Salt Lake City, Utah JD
1375 South 100 East, Price, Utah 84501