We advise and represent a wide variety of clients at the intersection of business law and government relations.
Local firm. National impact.
States where we work:
With offices in St George, Utah, Premise Law is a boutique law firm focused on business law and government relations. We represent companies with matters before the courts, administrative agencies and legislative bodies. We have a unique expertise in startup and high-growth ventures and how complex companies interface with state and federal government.
Our Alaska office is in the beautiful coastal town of Homer, Alaska. We know Alaska law and we also know Alaska's institutions and culture. We provide our clients with legal insight at the intersection of business, environmental law, and government. We have a unique expertise in Alaska real estate development and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Alaskan infrastructure development.
Our Washington DC practice represents client interests before regulatory agencies and the U.S. Congress. We are experts in building federal programs and securing federal appropriations to support large-scale, capital intensive projects. We represent business interests, investment groups, universities, and local governments when it matters most.
Business sophistication from start to finish.
First and foremost, Premise Law is a Utah business law firm. We provide business law services to companies from startup to scale to acquisition. We represent business clients from St George, Utah to Salt Lake City. Our attorneys :
Why hire a Utah water attorney?
We are a business law firm at our core. But we also blend our water knowledge with political insight and effective government relations. As a small law firm, we're selective on the matters in which we engage. That allows us to work closely with our clients as true partner and team member.
Our business law practice includes:
Business for government
Real Estate Law
Real legal solutions.
Real estate is a sizable portion of most economies. It also a sizable portion of most businesses. We help our clients navigate the complexities of real estate from due diligence to purchase and development to redevelopment. Our real estate law practice includes:
We are a local firm with national impact. While many law firms focus on solving problems, we like to prevent them. Effective government relations can add great value to business enterprises. We have deep experience with the legislative process from legislation to appropriations. Our attorneys represent clients before the Utah Legislature and the U.S. Congress. Our government relations practice includes:
Public Private Partnerships
Maximizing public and private benefit.
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) can unlock vast amounts for the public and private investors. We advise our clients on PPPs related to water projects and water infrastructure. Our water PPP practice includes:
National expertise. Local focus.
Jeremiah Riley, Attorney
Founder & Managing Member
Jeremiah Riley founded Premise Law in 2015 to advise businesses that work closely with state and federal government. Over the prior decade, Jeremiah was a part owner of a federal prime contractor and represented company interests before the U.S. Congress.
Jeremiah is first and foremost a business attorney, strategic counselor and government relations advisor. He has considerable national experience advising businesses and other organizations in all aspects of business law and government relations. He has a unique expertise advising clients at the complex intersection of business and government. Both an attorney and a businessman, Jeremiah is a part owner of a renewable energy company and founder of the consultancy, Uinta Group.
J.D. University of Utah, SJ Quinney College of Law, Salt Lake City, Utah
Honors: Graduated with Honors
B.S. Utah State University, Huntsman School of Business, Logan, Utah
Honors: Dean's List
U.S. District Court for the District of Utah
Business & Government
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