Corbin Gordon


  • Past President and Founding Member of the Wasatch County Bar
  • Past Chair of the Wasatch Community Foundation
  • Past Spokesperson for Mayoral Appointed Big Box Committee for Wasatch County
  • Sits on an ethics review board for the Utah Bar’s Office of Professional Conduct
  • 5th generation Wasatch County resident
  • Wasatch High School, 1991 (Student Body President)
  • Speaks Spanish


After graduating from the University of Utah Law School, Corbin returned to his home town to practice law. Over the intervening years, Corbin has gained substantial experience in water law, real estate law, corporate law, criminal defense, mediation, civil litigation, and estate planning. Among Corbin’s experiences are jury trials and appeals to the Utah Supreme Court. Additionally, Corbin has represented judges before the Judicial Conduct Commission and has worked extensively with the Utah State Engineer’s office for water rights. In his free time, Corbin enjoys writing music and playing in a band. He and his wife, Heather, love spending time out of doors with their four children.


  • University of Utah Law School, J.D., 2001
    • [Leary Scholar (Top 20%)]
  • Bachelor’s of Science, Brigham Young University, 1998
    • Major: English, Minor: Business Administration


  • In re A.K (T.K. v. State)., 2015 UT App 39
  • State of Utah v. Joshua Binkerd, 2013 UT App 216
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Joshua D. Jewkes

Joshua D. Jewkes


  • Admitted to practice in Utah, Georgia & Illinois
  • Selected as “Rising Star” in the 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 editions of Georgia SuperLawyers
  • Large firm experience
  • Secretary, Wasatch County Bar Association
  • Senior Editor & Board Member, BYU Law Review & International Moot Court Team member
  • Brigham Young University, B.A., International Politics
  • Speaks German, Dutch and Swedish


Josh began practicing law at the international law firm of Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago in 2002. There he focused his practice on preparation and trial before federal and state courts of cases involving a broad range of business-oriented substantive law issues. Those issues included breach of contract, torts, products liability, employment matters, construction litigation, real estate and insurance overage. From 2006 to 2012, Josh continued his litigation practice in Atlanta, most recently at Rogers & Hardin, LLP. He has experience defending financial institutions, manufacturers and sellers of consumer products and services, and other large corporate clients. He has represented them in individual suits, class actions, qui tam claims and other complex cases in venues across the nation, including courts located in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, Texas, Delaware, New Mexico, Louisiana and Utah. Josh has also cost-effectively resolved numerous commercial disputes for clients by pursuing creative litigation strategies, and by obtaining favorable results short of trial through arbitration, mediation and negotiation.

Since moving to Heber Valley in 2012, Joshua has expanded his practice to include criminal defense, estate planning and business transactions. Josh is fluent in Swedish and speaks Dutch as well. He is admitted to practice in Illinois, Georgia and Utah as well as several federal district and appellate courts across the country. Josh and his wife, Dagmar, who has a Ph.D in biomechanical engineering, are the proud parents of four children and love living in beautiful Heber Valley.


  • Bachelor’s of Art Degree, International Politics,
    • Brigham Young University, 1999
  • J.D. degree, J. Reuben Clark Law School at B.Y.U., 2002,
    • Magna Cum Laude – top 10%
    • Merit scholar
    • Member of the Order of the Coif
    • Served on the Managing Board of the B.Y.U. Law Review


  • Francis E. Parker Memorial Home, Inc. v. Georgia-Pacific LLC et al., 945 F. Supp. 2d 543 (D. N.J. 2013)
  • Harbour Point Homeowners Ass’n, Inc. v. DJF Enters., Inc., 688 S.E.2d 47 (N.C. Ct. App. 2010)
  • Harbour Point Homeowners Ass’n, Inc. v. DJF Enters., Inc., 697 S.E.2d 439 (N.C. Ct. App. 2010)
  • Brock Built, LLC v. Blake, 686 S.E.2d 425 (Ga. Ct. App. 2009)
  • Kelly v. Georgia-Pacific LLC, 671 F. Supp. 2d 785 (E.D.N.C. 2009)
  • Delfino v. Cue, Inc., Case No. 2006-03125, 2008 WL 5724520 (N.M. Dist. Ct. Aug. 05, 2008)
  • Keystone Consol. Indus., Inc. v. Employers Ins. Co. of Wausau, 456 F.3d 758 (7th Cir. 2006)
  • Keystone Consol. Indus., Inc. v. Employers Ins. Co. of Wausau, 470 F. Supp. 2d 873 (C.D. Ill. 2007)
  • In re Babcock & Wilcox Co., 274 B.R. 230 (Bankr. E.D. La. 2002)
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Marie Bramwell


  • Practiced in Heber and Wasatch County for the last 11 years
  • Law Clerk for Judges Guy R. Burningham and Ray M. Harding Sr., Fourth District Court, 1999-2001
  • Practices in family law (including adoptions), criminal law and business law
  • Originally from Washington State


Marie has practiced in Heber City for 11 years, and has broad experience practicing in Wasatch County and Utah County. She enjoys working in Heber City, and practices law in the following areas: family law, adoptions, divorce, post-divorce modifications, water law, boundary issues, easement and property issues, child welfare, contracts, criminal defense, landlord/tenant, and general civil litigation.


  • Law Degree, Brigham Young University, 1999
    • Receiving honors in Moot Court Brief Writing
  • Bachlor’s of Art Degree, International Relations,
    • Brigham Young University, 1996


  • In re A.K (T.K. v. State)., 2015 UT App 39
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Dan Matthews

Dan Matthews


  • Water Utility Manager and General Counsel, several special service districts, Wasatch County—1999-2014
  • Wasatch County Attorney—1993-1999
  • Editor in Chief—BYU Law Review—1988-1989
  • Wasatch County Republican Party Chair — 007-2011
  • Radio Color Commentator—Wasatch High School Football


Dan began practicing law in 1989 with the Salt Lake City law firm of Kimball, Parr, Crockett and Waddoups. He subsequently joined his father-in-law in his practice in Heber City. Shortly thereafter, he was asked to join the County Attorney’s staff in Wasatch County, and served as Deputy County Attorney. Dan became the County Attorney in 1993, and served as the chief prosecutor and civil attorney for Wasatch County. As such, he successfully prosecuted felony and misdemeanor cases in state and local courts. He also helped write the land-use code for Wasatch County and represented the County in all civil matters. In 1999, the County Commissioners asked Dan to oversee the establishment and development of several special service districts in Wasatch County. Dan served as general manager and attorney for up to six special service districts for approximately 16 years. In that capacity, Dan oversaw the financing and construction of over $200 million worth of water infrastructure. He has worked on numerous land-use, development and water projects in and around Wasatch County.

Dan grew up in Wyoming, but has lived and practiced law in the Heber Valley for the past 25 years. He and his wife, BettyJo, are the parents of seven children. He enjoys backpacking, mountaineering and poking around in old mines. He speaks some Japanese, and is working on learning French.


  • J.D. Degree, J. Reuben Clark School of Law, 1989
  • Bachelor’s of Science, Psychology, Brigham Young University, 1986


The Effect of In Re Data Access Systems Securities Litigation on the Statute of Limitations Period for Section 10(b) or Rule 10b-5 Actions Brought in Utah, 1989 B.Y.U. LAW REVIEW 337.

FSLIC Claims Exclusive Jurisdiction to Adjudicate Claims Against Assets It Holds As Receiver:
Is It Proper? 1988 B.Y.U. LAW REVIEW 241.

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Jason Haddock

Of Counsel

  • Vice President, Wasatch County Bar Association
  • Journal of Law and Family Studies Senior Staff Member
  • Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce Director and Vice President (2006 to 2010)
  • Utah Licensed Real Estate Broker
  • Member Park City Board of Realtors
  • Member Utah Association of Realtors


After serving as an extern at the Utah Court of Appeals, Jason began his law career as general counsel for a growing Utah company with diverse subsidiaries and locations in multiples states and product sales throughout the United States and more than a dozen countries internationally. Jason understands how important the law is to business success and employs a proactive approach to legal issues. Over his career, Jason has gained substantial experience with acquisitions, banking, corporate law, contracts, employment law, finance, insurance, mining, trademarks, pricing, regulatory compliance, and trademarks. Jason has a particular interest in real estate law and is also a licensed real estate broker. Jason’s experience as a licensed real estate broker and corporate attorney provides him a strong foundation and unique ability to serve his business clients. In his free time, Jason plays drums in a local rock band and snow skis in Park City during the winter months. He and his wife, SoonHee also enjoy camping and spending time with their four children.


  • J.D. Degree, S.J. Quinney College of Law, 2000
    • [William H. Leary Scholar (top 20%)]
  • M.B.A., David Eccles School of Business, 2000
    • [Beta Gama Sigma Honor Society (top 20%)]
  • Bachelor’s of Art, Japanese, University of Utah, 1997
    • [Magna Cum Laude, (top 2.5%)]
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