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Suzanne M. Dallimore

V" Rated
2004-2009 Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
Arizona Bar No. 014151
Utah Bar No. 0811 (Inactive)

Suzanne M. Dallimore, P.C.
P.O. Box 27768
Tempe, Arizona 85285-7768
(480) 584-4010 (Office)
(602) 818-0664 (Cellular)

Suzanne M. Dallimore is a top-rated trial attorney with thirty-one years in the trenches of hard-fought complex commercial litigation and trials in years' experience as a prosecutor and plaintiff’s trial lawyer in civil and criminal antitrust, complex commercial litigation, fraud, securities fraud and public corruption. Suzanne has an unusual history of successful bench and jury antitrust civil and criminal trial experience, both in private practice and as Chief Antitrust Counsel for Utah and Arizona Attorneys General. Suzanne has extensive lecture and teaching experience within government, having conducted many antitrust, public integrity, competition and public contracting training in two states. Suzanne has been commended for her antitrust successes by the United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition, and by Attorneys General in Utah and Arizona. Suzanne has tried dozens of jury trials in state and federal courts, and has been fortunate enough to win them all.

Suzanne graduated Order of the Coif from the University of Utah College of Law in 1977, and was in private practice before becoming Antitrust Chief Counsel for the Utah Attorney General in 1982. During her tenure there, Suzanne tried the first bid-rigging, antitrust and commercial bribery case in Utah, convicting all defendants charged.

In 1991, Suzanne became Antitrust Chief for Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods. While there, she focused on many industries, including health care. In 1995, Suzanne achieved a novel victory, stopping a dental antitrust price-fixing cartel, for which she was personally commended by Ann Bingamen, then Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust, Department of Justice

Suzanne’s philosophy is that fair competition and a leveling of the economic playing field for all participants is essential to the economic future of our country. She believes that every player in free markets is critical to the delivery of efficient, quality goods and services. Suzanne also believes that free market forces can and should be brought to bear to solve the difficult issues facing business and industry today. To that end, Suzanne’s practice focuses on consulting with market players and their counsel to facilitate innovation within the bounds of antitrust law. Laws and policies that remove competition lead to inefficient, institutional and bureaucratic practices that create administrative inefficiencies which negatively impact competition and the market participants. Suzanne is a pragmatic advisor, looking for market based solutions to problems, rather than government-imposed solutions. Creative solutions that foster innovation and do not unduly burden competitors so as to minimize conflicts and litigation are the best answers.


1977 - J.D.

University of Utah College of Law
Order of the Coif
Utah Law Review - Developments Editor

1974 - B.A.

Philosophy, University of Utah
Cum Laude
Minors - English and Political Science
Intern -  Hinckley Institute of Politics


Admissions to Practice


Employment and Teaching

1977 - 1982

Jones, Waldo, Holbrook &  McDonough - Salt Lake City, Utah

Commercial and contract litigation, bankruptcy, securities fraud, antitrust, intellectual property. Trials leading to creditors judgments in fraudulent financial statement, fraudulent misrepresentation, adequate protection, asset valuation and Chapter 7, 11 and 13 misuse of assets, financial fraud and abuse of process cases in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, investigation, litigation and jury trials of financial fraud cases in State District Court.


Chief Counsel, Antitrust Unit
Utah Attorney General

Civil and criminal investigation, litigation and prosecution of antitrust, RICO, financial fraud, public corruption and public trust cases involving price fixing, bid rigging and corrupt enterprises in complex industries including gasoline, cement, security, electric utilities, health care, government.

Trials - Jury trials leading to convictions in antitrust, public corruption/bid-rigging, commercial bribery, fraudulent schemes and RICO.

Teaching - Taught intra-office bankruptcy seminar.

1985 - 1991

Suzanne M. Dallimore & Associates
Salt Lake City, Utah

Commercial and contract litigation, civil enforcement actions in fraud, securities fraud, complex commercial litigation

Trials - Bench trials in U. S. District Court in civil RICO ponzi scheme, securities fraud, municipal aviation plan litigation, contempt proceedings.

Teaching - University of Utah Department of Business - Commercial Law, Westminister College - Litigation for Paralegals, RICO


Chief Counsel, Antitrust Unit
Arizona Attorney General

Civil and criminal antitrust, RICO bid-rigging, public corruption, financial fraud merger and acquisition investigations, grand jury proceedings and civil and criminal prosecutions in complex industries including health care, pharmaceuticals, gasoline, computers, private prisons, highway construction, accounting services, public contracts, intellectual property

Trials - Administrative: Corporation Commission Electric Deregulation proceedings

Teaching - State Bar of Arizona Professionalism Course - Competence, Arizona State University Physician Education Program - Antitrust in Health Care, Attorney General - Video instruction re: public contracting, bid-rigging and public corruption for Arizona Department of Education, Attorney General's State agency education program, State Bar of Arizona Annual Meeting - Antitrust, Government Perspective, Tort v. Antitrust

Partner, Goldstein McGroder & Woods:

Financial fraud defense investigation and litigation, bankruptcy litigation, toxic tort construction defense, antitrust and complex commercial litigation in industries including real estate development, construction, mergers and acquisitions.

Trials - Financial fraud arbitration, summary trial in toxic tort mediation

Solo Practitioner, Suzanne M. Dallimore, PC
Commercial  and contract litigation including investigation and prosecution of civil fraud, negligent misrepresentation,  toxic tort, defamation, public bidding and contracting, antitrust, general commercial litigation in commercial industries including debt collection, accounting, restaurant operation. 
Trials - Tried bid protest cases before the State of Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings.

Senior Partner, Dallimore & Bonnell, LLP:

Civil investigation and private enforcement in antitrust, Arizona Open Meeting/Public Records laws, public corruption, bid-rigging, accounting malpractice, false financial statements, fraudulent reporting, intentional torts, contract, bankruptcy litigation, intentional tort and federal HCQIA fair hearing proceedings in complex industries including health care, construction, securities regulation,

Trials - Plaintiff's verdict, accounting negligent misrepresentation, Maricopa County Superior Court, HCQIA private fair hearing.

Teaching - Commercial CLE Seminars including Discovery Skills for Paralegals, Accounting Malfeasance, Successful State Litigation


March 15, 2004 to present:


Solo Practitioner, Suzanne M. Dallimore, PC:

Returned to solo practice due to vision impairment, currently involved in resolving remaining cases in the areas of antitrust, contract, bankruptcy litigation. Currently remain in full-time practice through assistive technology.

Significant Cases

Assisted Department of Justice Utah criminal gasoline price-fixing investigation and settlement.

  State v. Fletcher, State v. Thompson:

Criminal trials: Secured convictions in first non-drug criminal RICO, antitrust bid-rigging cases, using the bid-rigging statute now being used in the Olympics bid-rigging criminal case pending in Utah Federal District Court.

Cases reported in: Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake Desert News, local television

In re: Refined Petroleum Products, MDL-150:

Settled 17-year old gasoline price-fixing case through mediation - $10 million to Arizona.

Reported in: Arizona Republic, Arizona Gazette, Tucson newspapers, local television, and radio


In re: Project SLIM:

Procured civil settlement in bid-rigging of State services contracts v. Coopers & Lybrand, George Leckie, John Yeoman. 

Reported in: Arizona Republic, New Times, local television, radio.

U.S. Arizona v. Delta Dental:

Obtained first-ever Most Favored Nations clause antitrust consent judgment. Department of Justice/Antitrust Division asked to join State case.

Reported in: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Washington Post, Arizona Republic, National television, radio, wire services.

  In re: Electric Utility Deregulation:

Obtained the first Temporary Restraining Order issued by the Arizona Supreme Court against the Arizona Corporation Commission since 1976.

Reported in: the Arizona Republic, the Tucson newspapers, local television and radio.
  In re: South Phoenix Chemical Fire Litigation:

Plaintiff’s toxic tort Case. 

Reported in: Arizona Republic, New Times, local/television and radio.

Campbell v. Buterbaugh, et al.:

Jury trial verdict for Plaintiff, accounting malpractice.

Reported in: The Trial Reporter


Taylor v. Paradise Valley Unified School District, et al.:

Open Meeting and Public records violations.

Reported in: Arizona Republic, Paradise Valley Independent, local television, radio.


Significant Publications outside of Court


Gasoline in Arizona - Market Study of economics and competitive forces in Arizona's petroleum markets, for presentation to Arizona State Legislature.

1993 -1994

White Paper:  Crisis in Funding, Maricopa County Superior Court, for presentation to Maricopa County Supervisors, project of Maricopa County Bar Association Bench-Bar Committee.  Written in conjunction with  Hon. Robert Myers, then presiding judge, Maricopa County Superior Court




David Wilkinson - Utah Attorney General

  Grant Woods - Arizona Attorney General
Grant Woods - Arizona Attorney General
Grant Woods - Arizona Attorney General
  Anne Bingamen - Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice

William Bahr - Director of the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition


  Martindale-Hubble Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers

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