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2014 January / February

Group Benefits
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President’s Message | Finally, a Bar Group Benefit Package for the Whole Family

Article | Innocence Lost: Fraudulent Transfer Actions Against Innocent Investors of a Ponzi Scheme by Jared N. Parrish

Focus on Ethics & Civility | Liening on Clients by Keith A. Call

Views from the Bench | Reflections of a New Judge by Carolyn E. Howard

Article | Professionalism Re-examined or The Unexamined Life Might Actually be Better by Learned Ham

Article | What the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 and Portability Mean to Utah Estate Planners by John S. Treu

Utah Law Developments | Appellate Highlights by Rodney R. Parker and Julianne P. Blanch

Utah Appellate Law Update | Petitioning the Utah Supreme Court for a Writ of Certiorari by Beth E. Kennedy

Book Review | Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts Reviewed by Ryan Tenney

Article | Securities Finders – More Confusing Than Ever Before by Brad R. Jacobsen and Fred Peña

Young Lawyers Division | 10 Thoughts for New Lawyers from Two Graduating Young Lawyers by Scott Powers and Patrick Burt

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2014 March / April

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Article | Tort Reform in Utah: Disclosure and Apology by Greg Bell

Utah Law Developments

Appellate Highlights by Rodney R. Parker and Julianne P. Blanch

Focus on Ethics & Civility | Liening on Clients Part II – The Client’s File by Keith A. Call

Article | The Utah Fraudulent Transfer Act: Choosing Whom to Sue by Kristen C. Kiburtz

Utah Appellate Law Update | The Top Ten Things to Remember When Arguing in Front of an Appellate Courtby Michelle Mumford

Article | Regarding the Standards of Professionalism and Civility and the Use ofDisparaging Language as a Tactical Decision During a Criminal Trial by Ted Weckel

Book Review | Sweatshops in Paradise: A True Story of Slavery in Modern America Reviewed by Jeannine P. Timothy

Article | “Citizens” or “Taxpayers”?: On “Fighting Words” and Justice Lee by Richard Kaplan

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division | An Expert for All Seasons: Expert Testimony Usually Required, and Unusually Specific by Tanner LenartParalegal Division

The Utah Bar Journal is published 6 times each year and is received by every attorney and paralegal division member who maintain an Active, Current, or Inactive-Full Service license with the Utah State Bar. Our current circulation is approximately 7,800 and growing. To accommodate the growing number of those that read the Bar Journal online it is also published in enhanced PDF, epub, and mobi formats. The Bar Journal is also directly integrated with the Casemaker legal research service. Articles published on that platform are directly integrated with the growing libraries making it easy to go from an article citation directly to the case law and then on to other related materials.

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