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Email: jeff@cgsutahlaw.com
Phone: 801-364-4040
Direct: 801-441-5754

Jeffrey T. Colemere


Education: Creighton University (J.D. 1999); University of Utah (B.A. English 1995)

Bar Admissions:  Utah State Bar; United States District Court for the District of Utah, Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Areas of Practice:  Real Estate Litigation, Construction Litigation, Business Litigation, Landlord/Tenant Litigation, Probate Litigation, Appellate Litigation, and Collections

Professional Affiliations:  Salt Lake County Bar Association; Park City Bar Association; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Honors Fraternity

Jeffrey T. Colemere practices primarily in the areas of real estate litigation, construction litigation, business litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, probate litigation, appellate litigation and collections.  Mr. Colemere has represented real estate professionals, businesses, property owners, estates, and construction companies in complex litigation matters, and has successfully litigated before State and Federal judges, Utah juries, the Utah Court of Appeals and Utah Supreme Court.  After nearly seventeen years of working in the public and private sectors, Mr. Colemere (together with his partners) launched the firm of Colemere Gibbs & Stout, PLLC for the purpose of bringing superior legal services, sound advice, and creative solutions to the firm’s clientele.  During his distinguished career, Mr. Colemere served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Education and Criminal Appeals Divisions, in leadership positions with the Utah State Bar, and as a member of the Utah State Bar Journal Committee.  Mr. Colemere has consistently been nominated by his peers as one of Utah Business’ Legal Elite in trial practice.  Currently Mr. Colemere also serves as a Judge Advocate General in the U.S. Army Reserve, specializing in military law.  In 2009-10, Mr. Colemere served a tour of duty in Taji, Iraq with the 96th Sustainment Brigade, where he was awarded the Army’s Meritorious Service Medal.  A graduate of Creighton University School of Law, Mr. Colemere was the recipient of the CALI award for excellence in Trial Practice and Advanced Legal Writing.  When not practicing law, Mr. Colemere enjoys outdoor activities with his wife and their six children.