Daniel S. Mehr, III

Daniel S. Mehr, III: Attorney with Reese, Smalley, Wiseman & Schweitzer, LLP

Biography

General Engineering Contractor, California 2006; Managing Editor Brigham Young University Law Review.

Areas of Practice (13)

  • Real Estate
  • Business Law
  • Construction Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Business Formation
  • Business Litigation
  • Construction Litigation
  • Immigration Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Trust Litigation
  • Land Development
  • Zoning, Planning and Land Use
  • Real Estate Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
530-241-1611  Phone
530-241-5107  Fax
www.rswslaw.com
University Attended:
Brigham Young University, B.A., Managing Editor of Administration, Brigham Young University Law Review; Merit Scholarship, 2001; Colorado State University, M.B.A., Honors Graduate, 2008
Law School Attended:
J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, J.D., 2012
Year of First Admission:
2013
Admission:
2013, California
Languages:
English and Spanish
Birth Information:
Provo, Utah
ISLN:
921970482

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Redding, California

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