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Jonathan P. Wentz



Jonathan P. Wentz is a Shareholder at Snow Jensen & Reece.  His practice focuses on commercial litigation and family law.  Mr. Wentz has litigated on behalf of local businesses and individuals in protecting their real property and contract rights and assisted individuals and families navigate complex divorce, guardianship, and adoption issues.  He enjoys advocating for his clients’ desired outcome throughout the litigation process, from filing the complaint to final resolution.

  • George Mason University School of Law, nka Antonin Scalia Law School, Arlington, Virginia
    • J.D. – 2007
  • Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
    • B.A. – 2003
    • Honors: cum laude
    • Major: Near Eastern Studies
  • Senior Articles Editor for the GMU Civil Rights Law Journal (2007)
  • NITA Trial Skills Program graduate, St. Paul, MN – 2014
  • J.P. Wentz Law, PLLC, Owner, 2009 to 2011
  • Roy B. Moore P.C. & Associates, Associate, 2007 to 2009
Professional Associations & Civil Activities
  • Southern Utah Bar Association (SUBA), 2010 – Present (Past President of SUBA, 2019)
  • Utah State Bar, 2007 – present
Bar Admissions
  • Utah, 2007
Publications & Presentations
  • Ashcroft v. ACLU: The Context and Economic Implications of Burdened Access to Online Sexual Speech
  • CLE Presentation to Southern Utah Bar Association in Jan. 2017, “The Why and How of Prejudgment Writs of Replevin”
Representative Cases
  • Holladay Bank & Trust v. Gunnison Valley Bank, 2014 UT App 17, 319 P.3d 747 (Utah Court of Appeals 2014)
  • Evans v. Huber et al., 2016 UT App 17, 366 P.3d 862 (Utah Court of Appeals 2016)
  • Peterson v. Pierce, 2019 UT App 48 440 P.3d 833 (Utah Court of Appeals 2019)
  • Spanish

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