Mr. Haymore specializes in labor & employment law and business law. He previously worked at a large law firm in Indiana which solely represented employees in employment law disputes. Before that, he worked for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Haymore is a Utah native and moved back to Utah and established Haymore Law in 2010. He is the sole attorney for the firm and has designed its operations to insure very personalized attention to his clients. He is a dedicated and compassionate advocate.
Mr. Haymore's decision to move to Utah was motivated by a desire to move back to the mountains and to be near family. Mr. Haymore is married and has three young children. He also sits on the planning commission for the city of South Jordan. He loves sports and the outdoors. Whenever he's not advocating for his clients, he can usually be found spending time with his family or somewhere deep in the woods on horseback.
National Labor Relations Board. While working for the National Labor Relations Board Mr. Haymore investigated
allegations of violations of the National Labor Relations Act and consulted
with the regional director in order to decide whether a violation had
occurred and how the agency would respond.
Haskin Lauter & LaRue. HLL specializes in representing employees in their disputes with employers. While at HLL he worked with some of the top employment litigators in the state of Indiana in the litigation of disputes under Title VII, the FMLA, the ADA, and the ADEA.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the federal agency responsible for the enforcement of most federal laws relating to discrimination in the workplace. While working for the EEOC, Mr. Haymore participated in the litigation of discrimination cases against employers.
Indiana University School of Law—Indianapolis (J.D.)
-Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review
-Legal Writing Tutor
-Recipient of Labor Management Relations Seminar Scholarship
-President of the J. Rueban Clark Law Society
University of Utah (B.A. History Teaching)
American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Division)
Utah State Bar (Construction, Labor and Employment, Litigation, Solo Small Firm, an YL Divisions).
Salt Lake County Bar
Utah Association for Justice
Mr. Haymore is admitted to practice before the Utah Supreme Courts and US District Courts of Utah.