Landon has broad experience in civil litigation with an emphasis in real property disputes. He served as in-house counsel for a landowner handling litigation related to restrictive covenants and efforts to develop property; served as seconded counsel for a mortgage loan servicer managing litigation related to consumer protection laws in various states; and has advised clients regarding retail landlord disputes, land lease evictions, prescriptive easements, and land devaluation associated with a toxic tort.
Landon has also advised clients on regulatory issues before the Utah Public Service Commission including general rate cases and net metering credits, disputes over the operation of fleet devices, industrial trade secret protection, insurance benefits and ERISA, power plant disputes related to equipment upgrades and power purchase agreements, the suitability of advice given in the financial services industry, patent and trademark disputes, employment disputes, and general contract disputes.
Landon is currently serving his second year as President of the Sugar House Park Authority Board of Trustees where he has been a board member since 2014.
- University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, Virginia, Juris Doctorate
- Virginia Law & Business Review – Managing Board, Articles Editor
- Moot Court
- Best Brief & Finalist – William Minor Lile Competition, UVA Law
- Best Oralist & Finalist – Manne Competition for Law & Economics, Washington, D.C.
- Best Oralist – First Year Competition, UVA Law
- A.B.L.E. – Weekly volunteer tutor for elementary school children during each year of law school
- Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Bachelor of Arts, Economics