Michael C. Smith

Michael C. Smith

Provo Utah Employment Lawyer
  • Employment Law, Personal Injury, Insurance Claims
  • California, Utah
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Practice Areas
  • Employment Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Insurance Claims
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
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Utah
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Professional Experience
Founding Member
Michael Smith Attorney PLLC
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Trial Attorney
Smith Law
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Trial Attorney
Michael Smith Attorney at Law
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Litigation Partner
Johnson, Poulson, Smith & Slater
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Education
UCLA School of Law
J.D. (1980) | Law School
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Brigham Young University
B.S. (1977) | Pre-Law, Political Science
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Honors: Magna Cum Laude with High Honors
Activities: Valedictorian Finalist, Drama, Music
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Professional Associations
Utah Employment Lawyers Association
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Legal Network for Gender Equity
Member
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State Bar of Utah  # 13365
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State Bar of California  # 94349
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Utah Association for Justice
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Websites & Blogs
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Michael Smith Attorney PLLC
Legal Answers
7 Questions Answered

Q. is it grounds for termination if you say no on convictions ? with app if employer doesnt require background check
A: I'm afraid that you can be fired for lying on a job application, even if you didn't think they would check it out. I know it makes it harder to get a job if you tell the truth, but employers have a right to know your criminal history.
Q. I work fir roofing company contracted for aur firce base...i was only female treated very poorly..di i have a retaliatio
A: Sex-based discrimination and retaliation claims may be successful against an employer who hires, fires, or deprives an employee of important benefits because of a person's sex, or retaliates against a person who complains of sexual discrimination in the workplace. There are federal and state laws which prohibit this conduct and set forth certain requirements. You can contact the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Utah Labor Commission, or an attorney to see if your employer may have violated these laws and to provide you with appropriate advise.
Q. I got hurt/burnt at work, at a nursing home. Someone left oil and food on the grill and set off the fire alarm.
A: I'm very sorry to hear about your injury and the retaliation by your company. You probably have a workers compensation claim for your injuries and a wrongful termination. You should definitely speak to an attorney about your case. Best wishes to a quick recovery.
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Contact & Map
Michael Smith Attorney PLLC
1896 North 1120 West
Provo, UT 84604
Telephone: (801) 373-4000
Fax: (801) 373-3400
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