Due to the recent increase of COVID-19 infections in Sheridan County, the lawyers and staff in our Sheridan, Wyoming will be working from home until further notice.
During this time, the best way to reach us is by e-mail. If you do not have the e-mail address of the person you wish to contact, please send an e-mail to: [email protected] and we’ll make sure you get a prompt response.
If you would like to speak with someone, please call our Cheyenne office at: (307) 634-3210.
Davis & Cannon, LLP maintains an active and broad litigation practice. Our lawyers take pride in being able to quickly, aggressively and effectively represent clients in court when the need arises. Our experience varies from representation of individuals to business owners, to ranchers and landowners, and large corporations. Kim D. Cannon is a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. Lawyers in both offices regularly appear in all Wyoming federal and state courts, representing clients with cases crossing a wide scope of issues.
Our lawyers regularly serve as local counsel for out-of-state clients and are experienced at handling complex discovery and motions practice. Since several of our lawyers served as law clerks for Wyoming trial and appellate judges, we provide insight into the inner workings of our court system. Our attorneys also regularly appear and argue cases on appeal before the Wyoming Supreme Court and United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Our law firm has experience in a number of important litigation areas, including breach of contract disputes, personal injury claims and defense, real property and land use, employment discrimination claims and defenses, products liability, governmental claims, civil rights claim defense, construction claims and liens, and oil and gas royalty disputes.
We believe that litigation should stress realistic problem-solving and early efforts to identify and resolve legal disputes in a way that seeks to avoid the expense and time of a full trial. When full-scale litigation is required, our attorneys know how to aggressively represent you before Wyoming judges and juries across the state.
We have assisted numerous employers in the state defending discrimination suits, retaliation claims and other actions under Wyoming and federal law.
We have pursued claims on behalf of both contractors and sub-contractors to enforce construction contracts. Construction contracts can be complicated, and often deal with multiple issues such as limitations on liability, warranties, liquidated damages provisions and indemnification. Our lawyers have a great deal of experience in construction law, and can help you navigate these often complicated issues to achieve the desired result.
Our lawyers are experienced in arguing before the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council, the Wyoming Board of Control, the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Wyoming state and federal district courts and the Wyoming Supreme Court on issues involving water quantity, water quality, and oil and gas regulation and royalty issues.
We pursue personal injury claims, and defend them. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in the various areas of tort law, comparative fault, and pursuing wrongful death actions on behalf of the beneficiaries of an estate.
We have successfully defended numerous entities, including local governmental self-insurance pools and insurance companies throughout the state of Wyoming related to a variety of claims.
Our attorneys regularly work with land owners to resolve disputes regarding land ownership and use. We have appeared in courtrooms throughout the state representing our clients’ real property interests.
The Sheridan office has several attorneys that regularly handle complex divorce cases, involving significant assets and business holdings. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with prenuptial agreements, alimony, division of pension plans and retirement accounts, business valuation, and inheritance and trust issues. Our experience includes handling complex jurisdictional and constitutional issues related to divorce.