Meet Our Attorneys
Over the years, the law firm of Robinson, Seiler & Anderson, LC, has counted among its members and associates some of central Utah’s most notable Provo Attorneys. Mark F. Robinson has served as a member of the Advisory Boards of Brigham Young University and Utah Valley Community College since 1985. Since 1996, Mr. Robinson has served as the Chair of the Government Review Council of the Provo-Orem Chamber of Commerce. He is also a past president of the Central Utah Bar Association.
As a leading Provo Personal Injury, Commercial Litigation and Real Estate Attorney, Thomas W. Seiler has earned a reputation throughout the Utah legal community as a diligent, experienced and knowledgeable advocate. Mr. Seiler has earned the prestigious AV rating* from Martindale and Hubbell continually for many years. In 2005, Utah Business magazine named him one of the top 100 commercial litigators and one of the top 100 personal injury lawyers in Utah. Out of some 23,000 lawyers in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming and Montana, Super Lawyers Magazine has honored Mr. Seiler as one of the top 100 Mountain States Attorneys in 2013 and again in 2014.
For the past three years, Jared L. Anderson has been honored by his peers as one of the state’s top civil litigation attorneys in Utah Business magazine’s annual Utah Legal Elite publication. He has successfully handled many trials in district court, as well as appeals to the Utah Court of Appeals and the Utah Supreme Court.
All of the Provo Attorneys who work at our firm are Utah natives. We have chosen to practice law here because it is our home. For more information about our attorneys, please click on the following links.
- Mark F. Robinson
- Thomas W. Seiler
- Jared L. Anderson
- Morgan Fife
- Jamis M. Gardner
- Derek T. Marshall
- Lacee M. Whimpey
*AV is a certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell peer review ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.