Jeffery R. Price is the Secretary and Treasurer, and a founding shareholder in the law firm of Moulton & Price, P.C. located in Whitehouse, Texas. Mr. Price has been in the full time practice of law since graduating from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 1989.

Mr. Price’s practice is devoted to advising and representing privately held businesses and individuals in matters involving complex and diverse areas of the law. His practice emphasizes real estate purchase and finance, development, construction, land use regulation and eminent domain, condominiums, government contracting, owners associations and non-profit business organizations, business formation, business dissolution, and business risk management, including, all manner of labor and employment disputes. In relation to those matters, Mr. Price’s practice involves the representation of employers in matters of traditional labor law, including unfair labor practice cases, representation cases, union organizing and salting campaigns, collective bargaining, collective bargaining agreement arbitration and litigation, multi-employer benefit plans and related matters as well as wrongful termination and employment at-will, employment policy and handbook development, OSHA cases, Wage and Hour cases, employment discrimination cases, affirmative action and OFCCP compliance, worker’s compensation and virtually all other matters relating to the employer/employee relationship. Mr. Price’s practice involves representation of clients in many industries, including real estate, real estate development, construction, transportation, retail merchandising, manufacturing, and distribution.

Mr. Price comes from a background of real estate development, engineering, and construction and has throughout his career been engaged in representing real estate development and construction industry companies in connection with construction and design defect (including insurance defense work), construction and design contract disputes, delay and disruption claims, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, payment and performance bond claims and many other construction related matters (both private and public works contracts) and government procurement contracts; representing the interests of owners, design professionals, construction managers, contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, and sureties. Mr. Price’s practice also includes drafting and preparation of construction contracts and construction documents relating to commercial, heavy industrial and residential construction, and general business, real estate and commercial law matters.

Construction Background – Mr. Price worked for five years as an engineering and survey technician and draftsman for a HVAC Mechanical and Civil/Structural design consultants. Mr. Price worked for several years as a tradesman on both commercial and residential construction projects.

Professional Work History

Moulton & Price, PC, Whitehouse, Texas – 2011 to Present. Founding Shareholder, Director and managing attorney. The firm’s practice is focused on representing and advising business clients in matters involving complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas of the law including business formation and dissolution, contracts, labor and employment law, multi-employer benefit plans, real estate and property law, commercial law, real estate development including land use and zoning, and construction law, including construction defects, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, delay claims, and federal and state government procurement contracting.

Bostwick & Price, P.C., Salt Lake City, Utah – 2002 to 2011. President, Shareholder, Director and managing attorney. The firm’s practice is focused on representing and advising business clients in matters involving complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas of the law including business formation and dissolution, contracts, labor and employment law, multi-employer benefit plans real estate and property law, commercial law, real estate development including land use and zoning, and construction law, including construction defects, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, delay claims, and federal and state government procurement contracting.

Babcock, Bostwick, Scott, Crawley & Price, P.C., Salt Lake City, Utah – 1995 to 2002. President, Shareholder, Director and managing attorney. The firm’s practice is focused on representing and advising business clients in matters involving complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas of the law including business formation and dissolution, contracts, labor and employment law, multi-employer benefit plans, real estate and property law, commercial law, real estate development including land use and zoning, and construction law, including construction defects, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, delay claims, and federal and state government procurement contracting.

Walstad & Babcock, P.C., Salt Lake City, Utah – 1992 to 1995. Shareholder, Director and managing attorney. The firm’s practice is focused on representing and advising business clients in matters involving complex litigation and dispute resolution in a variety of areas of the law including business formation and dissolution, contracts, labor and employment law, multi-employer benefit plans, real estate and property law, commercial law, real estate development including land use and zoning, and construction law, including construction defects, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, delay claims, and federal and state government procurement contracting.

McAleese, McGoldrick & Susanin, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania – 1989 to 1992. Associate Attorney. The firm’s practice is focused on representing and advising business clients in matters involving complex litigation and dispute resolution in labor and employment law, business formation and dissolution, contracts, labor and employment law, multi-employer benefit plans, construction law, including construction defects, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, delay claims, and federal and state government procurement contracting.

Education History and Background

J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University. – Provo, Utah. Mr. Price received his Juris Doctor degree from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, where he was appointed as a lead note and comment editor for the BYU Journal of Public Law, and where he served as president of the BYU Government and Politics Legal Society, and of the BYU chapter of Phi Delta Phi.

University of Utah – Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Price received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, with a minor in Spanish. Mr. Prices was also a member of the Hinckley Institute of Politics and an Intern to the Utah State Legislature.

Other Professional and Personal Experience

Bar Admissions – Mr. Price is an active member of the Texas State Bar and the Utah State Bar. Mr. Price is also a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on inactive status. Mr. Price is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, the United States District Court for the District of Utah, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, the United States Court of Federal Claims and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Mr. Price also practices before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals, the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Texas Work Commission, Civil Rights Division, the Utah Labor Commission Anti-Discrimination Division and Occupational Safety and Health Division, the United States Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance, the United States Department of Labor, the Utah Real Estate Division, the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, the Utah Division of Work Place Safety, and the Utah Division of Workforce Services.

Professional Associations and Teaching – Mr. Price is a member of the Tyler Area Home Builders Association, and a member of the Associated Builders and Contractors in Texas and Utah. Mr. Price has been a member and served on the Board of Directors of the Utah Transportation Association, the Salt Lake Society for Human Resource Management, the Associated General Contractors, the Associated Builders and Contractors, the Sheet Metal Contractors Association, the Utah Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors, the Construction Specifications Institute, and the Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association. Mr. Price served on the executive committee and as the general counsel to the Associated Builders and Contractors of Utah for nearly 15 years. Mr. Price has served as a board member for the Utah Chapter and the Construction Specifications Institute. He has lectured to or for the Tyler Areas Home Builders Association, the Central Texas Home Builders Association, the National Business Institute, Lorman Educational Services and Half-moon Education Services on labor and Employment law, construction law, eminent domain, green building and closely held businesses, the Associated Builders and Contractors and Associated General Contractors on AIA and AGC Standard Contract Documents, labor union organizing, wage and hour compliance matters, occupational safety and heath; the Construction Specification Institute, and the joint conference of the Intermountain Electrical Association and the National Electrical Contractors Association, and on a variety of topics including legislation affecting the construction industry, construction claims and resolution, and labor union organizing.

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Mr. Price is been continuously involved in representing clients in mediation, arbitration and various forums for alternative dispute resolution.

Travel – Mr. Price has traveled extensively throughout Central and South America, including Mexico, Peru and Argentina and has spent 2 years abroad as a full time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Argentina.

Hobbies – Mr. Price has many hobbies and interests, including playing piano, drums and guitar, including having been a drummer in a classic rock ‘n roll band. Mr. Price also enjoys carpentry work and remodeling, light farming and gardening, gourmet cooking, and travel.

Languages – Mr. Price speaks, reads, writes and understands fluent Spanish.

Family – Mr. Price is married to Mary B. Price, M.D., MBA, with Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics, Tyler, Texas and has three sons.