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Salt Lake City—Continuing its progressive vision of expanded access to legal services, Parsons Behle & Latimer (Parsons) has launched ParsonsBehleGC, a disruptive new business unit that offers fractional general counsel services for a fixed monthly fee and gives small- to medium-sized businesses more cost-affordable access to legal services. Experienced corporate and technology attorney Howard C. Young has joined the firm to lead the new enterprise. Young has practiced in multiple business environments including corporate; technology; consumer products; healthcare; venture capital and private equity and has specialized in mergers and acquisitions and legal privacy matters. His diverse roles within organizations as general counsel, financial and operations officer and human resources counsel have given him a practical, comprehensive understanding of companies’ legal and operational needs and priorities. For a set and predictable budget, ParsonsBehleGC provides access to an attorney for day-to-day counseling, high-level employment matters, data security, corporate governance, negotiating and drafting contracts and unlimited telephone and electronic communication. ParsonsBehleGC is backed by one of the most established regional law firms in the Intermountain West, Parsons Behle & Latimer, and draws on the firm’s depth of experience across all practice areas.

Salt Lake City—The Utah Tourism Industry Association (UTIA) recently inducted Pat Holmes, former long-time employee of Visit Salt Lake, into its prestigious Hall of Fame during its annual Tourism Conference held in Logan, Utah, Sept. 17-19, 2019. Created in 1985, the honor is bestowed upon industry professionals who have made a substantial contribution to the state’s tourism industry through leadership and service. The yearly tribute honors those who promote Utah as a destination, cultivate national and international recognition of the positive aspects of vacationing in Utah, improve Utah residents’ understanding of the significant economic benefits of tourism and enhance the business climate for tourism-related businesses. Holmes, former Visit Salt Lake vice president of partner development, recently retired following 32 years of service to Salt Lake’s hospitality community. Her legacy to the local hospitality community is substantial. Over her years of service at Visit Salt Lake (formerly the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau), Holmes held five different positions and served as director of the Utah Arts & Cultural Coalition for 10 years. Visit Salt Lake is a private, non-profit corporation responsible for the promotion of Salt Lake as a vibrant, modern destination brimming with unexpected dining, lodging, nightlife and entertainment options, a destination well suited for convention and leisure travel alike. In partnership with Salt Lake County, Visit Salt Lake’s mission is to improve the area economy by attracting and providing support to conventions, leisure travelers and visitors while being a leader in environmental responsibility. For more information on all that Salt Lake has to offer, go to www.VisitSaltLake.com.