Our Attorneys

Attorneys serving Northern Utah and Southern Idaho

Miles P. Jensen

Miles P. Jensen

James C. Jenkins

James C. Jenkins

Jeffery B. Adair

Jeffery B. Adair

Kelly J. Smith

Kelly J. Smith

Seth J. Tait

Seth J. Tait

Jacob A. Watterson

Jacob A. Watterson

Bradley N. Mumford

Bradley N. Mumford

Andrew R. Havens

Andrew R. Havens

Dallin S. Petersen

Dallin S. Petersen

In Memoriam

L.Brent Hoggan

L. Brent Hoggan

L. Brent Hoggan, senior partner of Olson & Hoggan, passed away on January 21, 2023. He was a 1960 graduate of the University of Utah Law School and was admitted to the bar on November 7, 1960.

Brent practiced law for a short time in Salt Lake City with the law firm of Kirton & Bettilyon. In 1964, he joined Charles P. Olson in his practice in Logan, Utah, and the law firm of Olson & Hoggan. Olson & Hoggan had its beginnings in 1913 with lawyer Asa Bullen and has continued its existence for more than 100 years. Brent Hoggan practiced law for over 60 years.

Brent was active in Utah State Bar activities. He was a Member of the Utah Board of Regents. He also served a term as president of the Cache County Bar Association and as Deputy Rich County Attorney. Brent served on the boards of hospital, financial, and commercial institutions and was recognized for his judgment and integrity. He was active in the administration of local government and was heavily involved in church and community service.

In 2002, the Utah State Bar Association awarded him its “Distinguished Lawyer Award”.

Brent continued to practice law until the final week of his passing. We will all miss him, and his influence continues in the firm.

Bruce L. Jorgensen

Bruce L. Jorgensen

Bruce L. Jorgensen, a valued member, friend and colleague of Olson & Hoggan P.C. suddenly passed away July 6, 2016. Bruce joined the firm in 1977 after graduating cum laude from the J. Reuben Clark School of Law, Brigham Young University. He was a recognized expert in municipal law and over the years had represented many of the local cities and towns of Northern Utah. Bruce also served as president of the Cache County Bar Association (1987 – 1988), on the Utah State University Alumni Board (1986 – 1988), and as Alumni President and Trustee of the Utah State University Board of Trustees (1991 – 1993). He was a member of the Utah State Bar, and admitted to practice before the state and federal courts of Utah, and admitted to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1987. Bruce also practiced in the areas of estate planning, probate, real estate and commercial law.

Bruce is survived by his beloved wife Risa and five children and eight grandchildren.

Bruce Jorgensen will be sorely missed at Olson & Hoggan and the Northern Utah legal community.

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