Kevin M. Bischoff
Kevin is a member of Skoubye Nielson & Johansen, where he puts his knowledge of debtor and creditor law to work helping both businesses and individuals collect past due accounts receivable, bad debts, broken contracts, and any other money they may be owed. He is especially adept at collecting judgments for his clients once issued by the court. This includes helping businesses and individuals located outside the state transfer their judgments to Utah, where they’re able to collect them.
Kevin’s other legal niche lies in transportation. For several years, he has assisted brokers, shippers, and carriers with whatever legal issues they may face. He is experienced in handling freight claims, as well as reviewing and preparing contracts for those in the transportation industry.
Prior to Skoubye, Nielson & Johansen, LLC, Kevin worked in Las Vegas, Nevada at the law firm Hutchison & Steffen, where he performed commercial litigation and insurance defense.
Kevin attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah, graduating magna cum laude in 2003 with a B.S. in Political Science and a minor in Finance. Kevin then attended Gonzaga University School of Law, where he graduated magna cum laude in 2006. While at Gonzaga, he was a member of the National Appellate Advocacy Competition Team, the Moot Court Council, and the Editorial Staff of the Gonzaga Journal of International Law.
Kevin is an active member of the Transportation and Logistics Council. In addition to his Utah and Nevada state admissions, Kevin is a member of the Construction Law, Collection Law, and Litigation sections of the Utah State Bar.
Kevin grew up in Ogden, Utah, where he attended Ogden High School. Kevin enjoys spending time with his wife and their four children.
Articles By Kevin
You Have a Judgment…Now What?
Protect Your Small Business from Employee Embezzlement
What Happens When You Ignore a Legal Notice?
UCC Financing Statements: I’ll Write Your Name
Should I Sue? A Guideline for Creditors
Employee Handbooks: One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Writ of Garnishment: A Creditor’s Collection Tool
Should a Freight Broker Pay the Shipper for Damage to the Shippers Cargo?
Time Limits for Filing a Cargo Claim under the Carmack Amendment
The New Priority Rules
Small Claims for Small Business
Preliminary Notices: What You Absolutely Need to Include
Tips to Businesses Extending Credit
Utah State Construction Registry: Protect Your Lien Rights
Utah Private Employers Must Use E-verify
Enforcing Your Non-Utah Judgment
Collections: Getting Your Due
How Does Expungement Work in Utah?