Keith E. Taylor

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Keith E.Taylor
Retired Shareholder

Keith Taylor is a retired member of Parsons Behle & Latimer’s Litigation practice group. His practice emphasized complex business litigation before state and federal courts and agencies. He has extensive litigation experience in labor and employment law, government contract law including ERISA law and false claims act cases, environmental law, securities law, and antitrust and business regulation law.

Mr. Taylor was one of the founding council members of the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section and was active in the Antitrust, Litigation, Practice Management, and Labor Sections of the American Bar Association. He also served as a Utah State Bar delegate in the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association. In April of 1996 he was formally inducted as a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management.

Practice Areas

Accomplishments

Academic


Stanford Law School, Stanford, California (J.D., 1954)

Utah State University (M.S., 1951)

Utah State University (B.S., 1951)


Professional


Published Works:

“Survey of Attorney's Starting Salaries?”, ABA Journal, Spring, 1964

The Client, Legal Economics, American Bar Association and numerous State Bar Journals, 1978

“Sabbatical Program in Retrospect,” Utah Bar Journal, Spring, 1979

“Research Needs - A Lawyers View Fluorides” Paragon Press, Inc., 1983

“Fond Farewell to a Noble Profession,” Utah State Bar Journal, Winter, 2000

“Why Don't They Like Us, Why Don't They Respect Us,” Utah Bar Journal, Volume 18 No. 3

Classes/Seminars Taught:

"Interfacing with In-House Counsel," Utah State Bar Annual Meeting, 1995

Admissions:

U.S. Supreme Court, 1960
U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit, 1956
U.S. District Court District of Utah, 1955
Utah, 1955
California, 1955

Representative Clients:

Kennecott Corporation
Merrill Lynch
USX
Hercules


Associations

Professional


Utah State Bar
(1955 - Present)

State Bar of California
(1955 - Present)

American Bar Association
(1979 - 1981)

House of Delegates


Community


Fraternities/Sororities:

Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Sigma Nu
Blue Key


Licensed/Admitted

Education

Stanford Law School