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Jones Waldo Partner Receives World Trade Center Utah Champion in International Business Award



Pictured above: Maile Wilson, Attorney for Jones Waldo and Mayor of Cedar City, Tim Anderson, Leader of the International Law Practice Group at Jones Waldo, Derek Miller, President & CEO at World Trade Center Utah, and Stephen Lisonbee, Workforce Development Division Director at Utah Department of Workforce Services at the WTC Forum.

Jones Waldo is pleased to announce that shareholder and leader of their International Law Practice, Tim Anderson, received the Champion in International Business Award from World Trade Center Utah.

The mission of World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) is to help Utah companies think, act and succeed globally. Individual and company award winners are recognized each year for their success in international business, and during their forum on Wednesday, the award was presented to Tim Anderson for his success in international business and the positive impact his career has had on Utah’s economy.

“It’s always an honor to see our attorneys recognized for the tireless work they do for our clients,” said Keven Rowe, President of Jones Waldo. “Tim is a consummate professional, and we’re extremely proud of the work he’s done on behalf of our clients around the world.”

Anderson has over 37 years of experience handling all aspects of corporate organization and operations as well as management of litigation. As the leader of the firm’s International Practice Group he has served as lead counsel on commercial law projects throughout the EU and in China. He is also an accomplished writer and lives in St. George, Utah with his family. For more information on Tim Anderson’s background, see here.

“The day starts early and ends late when working internationally, but it’s something that I look forward to because I love my job,” said Tim Anderson, Leader of the International Law Practice Group at Jones Waldo. “As the sun comes up, I’m working with clients in the Middle East and Europe, and as the sun goes down I’m finalizing deals in Tokyo and Singapore. Nothing is more rewarding than connecting small businesses in Utah with the world.”

"Tim is an outstanding example of what it means to be a champion for international business,” said Derek B. Miller, President and CEO of WTC Utah. “We are pleased to recognize the lasting impact he has had on the local and state-wide economy by skillfully helping businesses expand and succeed internationally."