SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C., has announced the opening of its 13th U.S. office in Salt Lake City, Utah. Scopelitis partner and international transportation attorney Nathaniel Saylor will launch the Firm’s Utah presence.
With his wide-ranging experience in transportation and logistics legal issues, Saylor is well-positioned to anchor the Firm’s Utah presence and assist transportation and logistics companies across all modes.
“I started as a clerk at Scopelitis in 2004. Over the last 13 years I have had the opportunity to learn the industry from our clients’ perspective,” said Saylor. “I look forward to continuing my current practice, as well as the opportunity to provide more personal services to both new and existing clients in the West.”
Scopelitis was founded in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1978, with a practice in trucking regulatory law. Almost 40 years later Scopelitis has evolved into a firm with attorneys in over 25 practice areas working to assist over 5,000 transportation related companies around the world with their immediate and long-term legal and business needs. The opening of its newest office marks another milestone in Scopelitis’ strategic growth plan.
“As states such as Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico continue to develop into emerging logistics centers where transportation industry leaders have a presence, our goal is to anticipate the needs of our clients with a proactive approach,” said Scopelitis President Greg Feary, who also serves as a Scopelitis managing partner. “A Salt Lake City office will allow us to better serve businesses in this part of the country.”
Scopelitis is a full-service law firm that serves the trucking, transportation, and logistics industries from its offices in Indianapolis; Chicago; Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; Chattanooga; Detroit; Spokane; Dallas/Fort Worth; Milwaukee; Mt. Ephraim, New Jersey; Philadelphia; Tulsa; and, as of February 2017, Salt Lake City.
About the Attorney
Nathaniel G. Saylor’s practice includes licensing and commercial contract matters within all modes of transportation, including motor, air, ocean and rail. Saylor’s clients include motor carriers, property brokers, indirect air carriers, non-vessel operating common carriers, and other forwarders. He focuses on complex contractual issues that arise when multiple parties -- including carriers, third-party intermediaries and/or multiple modes of transportation -- are involved. Saylor regularly counsels clients on regulatory compliance obligations, especially as they relate to licensing and authorities. In this regard he regularly assists in merger and acquisition projections and client restructurings to ensure continuity of permits and authorities. He is a frequent speaker at transportation industry association conferences across the nation.
About Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C.
The Firm’s practice areas are specifically focused on transportation and range from corporate and business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, international transportation and logistics law, legislative affairs, insurance law, workers’ compensation defense, personal injury/property damage defense, labor and employment law, and employee leasing. More information may be found at http://www.scopelitis.com/.