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Richard A. Kaplan, Esq., Of Counsel at Anderson & Karrenberg, P.C. - Salt Lake City, UT

50 W. BroadwaySuite 700 Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Updated: 01/19/2021

Salt Lake City Litigation and Arbitrations Law Firm


Richard A. Kaplan has handled civil and criminal cases on both sides of the fence. As an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, he investigated and tried felony cases including nearly 40 trials to jury verdict and a larger number of court trials. He has also represented executives in grand jury investigations of alleged economic crimes...

About Richard A. Kaplan, Esq., Of Counsel at Anderson & Karrenberg, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Litigation and Arbitrations

Published Works

  • Toward Better Communications Between Executives and Lawyers, 24 Utah Bar Journal , No. 4, 2011
  • A Business School Model for Presenting Your Case, 24 Utah Bar Journal , No. 3, 2011
  • Thorsen, Kaplan & Hakala, Rediscovering the Economics of Loss Causation, 6 J. BUS. & SEC. L. 93, 2006

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50 W. BroadwaySuite 700 Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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