Clint R. Hansen
Direct Line : 801.323.2240
Fax : 801.596.2814
215 South State Street Suite 1200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Clint Hansen, a shareholder with Fabian VanCott, focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, employment law, insurance, and tort claims. He regularly litigates and advises clients on matters such as employee noncompete agreements, ERISA benefits disputes, enforcement of trade secret protections, enforcement of business contracts, and collections. He also has experience representing clients in a variety of industries, from public utilities and public schools to large publicly traded entities and small single-owner LLCs. He has experience in handling cases involving employee claims of discrimination, co-owner disputes, fraud and embezzlement, estate disputes, real property disputes and foreclosures, condemnation, product defect, personal injury, medical malpractice, veterinary malpractice, and many other areas. He has worked extensively with expert engineers on cases involving complex industrial machinery and with expert accountants on cases involving complicated allegations of fraud and lost profits. Clint has tried cases in state court and in front of AAA arbitrators.
Clint received his law degree from the University of Texas, where he was editor-in-chief of the Texas Environmental Law Journal and graduated with honors. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University, where he graduated cum laude. Clint is admitted to practice in Utah’s state and federal courts.
Shareholder, Fabian VanCott, May 2008-present
Intern, Judge William Wayne Justice, U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, 2005
J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 2008
Editor-in-Chief, Texas Environmental Law Journal, 2007-2008
Quarter-Finalist, Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, 2007
B.A., English, Cum Laude, Brigham Young University, 2005
Publications & Presentations
Author, "Save Our Right to Petition: A Proposal for Anti-SLAPP Legislation in Texas," 38 Tex. Envt'l L. J. 23, Fall 2007