Why We Call Utah “Home”
Salt Lake City and the surrounding Wasatch Front are recognized on a regular basis as one of the most attractive places in the country in terms of quality of life and desirable business locations. For example, Forbes magazine ranks Utah No. 1 among “Ten States With the Biggest Growths in GDP of 2021” and No. 3 Among the “Best States for Business.”
With three major universities located within an hour of downtown Salt Lake, and strategically located within just a few hours by air travel to some of the major technology centers on the West Coast, including Silicon Valley, Southern California, and Seattle, Workman Nydegger attorneys enjoy some of the most challenging and rewarding intellectual property work available anywhere in the country. At the same time, a more affordable cost of living, combined with Utah’s significant cultural and recreational opportunities, provide our attorneys with unparalleled lifestyle as well as professional advantages.
Known worldwide for its scenic beauty and geographic diversity, Salt Lake City and its many nearby ski resorts hosted the world during the 2002 Winter Olympics, bringing international recognition for locations such as Park City and Sundance. These sites bring culture, diversity, entertainment, and economic opportunity to Utah. Beautiful red rock deserts and world renowned National Parks attract many visitors annually, and provide unparalleled opportunities for mountain biking and hiking enthusiasts.
The state also features cosmopolitan attractions such as the Utah Symphony, the Capitol Theatre and highly rated hotels, restaurants, and shopping malls. Home to the Utah Jazz and Real Salt Lake, Utah’s professional sports teams draw crowds of enthusiastic supporters year after year.