Phillip Wm. Lear (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Phillip Wm. Lear (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Phillip Wm. Lear

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Licensed for 44 years

Serving Salt Lake City, UT (view address)

Phillip Wm. Lear

Serving Salt Lake City, UT (view address)

About Phillip Wm. Lear

Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha Theta. Author: Representative Articles: "Utah Oil & Gas Conservation Law and Practice," Utah L. Rev. 89, 1998; "Exhaustion of Tribal Court Remedies: Rejecting Bright-Line Rules and Affirmative Action," 71 N.D.L. Rev. 275 (1995); "Utah's Short Statutes of Limitation for Tax Titles: The Continuing Specter of Lyman v. National Mortgage Bond Corp. - A Need for Remedial Legislation," 1976 BYU L. Rev. 457. Registered Land Professional.
Lear & Lear PLLC

Areas of Law

  • Oil and Gas Law
  • Mining Law
  • Public Land Law
  • Mineral Title
  • Oil and Gas Conservation
  • Oil and Gas Title Examination
  • Administrative Adjudications
  • Hearings and Appeals
  • Natural Resources Litigation
  • Timber and Logging Law

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Credentials

Position

Partner

Admission Details

Admitted in 1991, Wyoming
U.S. District Court, District of Utah, U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, U.S. District Court, District of Wyoming, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth and Tenth Circuits, U.S. Supreme Court and Tribal Court, Uintah and Ouray Reservation
1975, Utah
1991, Colorado
2006, U.S. Court of Claims

Law School Attended
University of Utah

Class of 1975
J.D.

University Attended

University of Utah
Class of 1969
H.B.A.
magna cum laude, Honors College

Birth Information

Born in 1945
Logan, Utah, January 24, 1945

Military
Lt., U.S. Navy, 1969-1972
Associations & Memberships
Colorado Bar Association
Utah State Bar
Wyoming State Bar
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (President, 2002-2003)
Utah Association of Professional Landmen (President, 1997-1998)
American Association of Professional Landmen.
Representative Cases
Ecosystem Resources, L.C. v. Broadbent Land & Resources, L.L.C., 158 P.2d 685 (Wyo. 2007)
Dye v. Miller & Viele, 587 P.2d 139 (Utah 1978)
Bennion v. Graham Resources, Inc., 849 P.2d 569(Utah 1993)
Bennion v. ANR Production Co., 819 P.2d 343 (Utah 1991).
Languages
German


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What year was this attorney first admitted to the bar?
Phillip Wm. Lear was admitted in 1975 to the state of Utah.
Is this attorney Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review rated?
Yes, Phillip Wm. Lear has a 5.0 Peer Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
How many attorneys are in this law firm?
Lear & Lear PLLC has 2 attorneys at this location.
What law school did this attorney attend?
Phillip Wm. Lear attended University of Utah.
What year was this attorney's law firm established?
Lear & Lear PLLC was established in 2001.

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