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2011 January / February

Get Involved!
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in this edition:
President’s Message: Get Involved!

Articles:

Utah Standards of Appellate Review – Third Edition

Business Valuation Applications to Economic Damages for Lost Profits

In Defense of Sales to Defective Grantor Trusts

Utah Law Developments: The 2010 Medical Malpractice Amendments: A Summary of Major Changes

New Lawyer Training Program: Helping Lawyers through The Great Recession

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Avoiding Ethical Landmines: A Review of the 2010 OPC Annual Report

State Bar News

Young Lawyer Division: Who Needs Pro Bono

Paralegal Division Update

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2011 March / April

Civility Matters
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in this edition:
President’s Message: Civility Matters

Articles:

Writing to Persuade

Settle Down Now: Insurer and Policyholder Roles in Resolving Liability Claims

Taking and Defending Effective Depositions under Rule 30(b)(6)

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Avoid Missing Deadlines by Using the Triple Play

Stop Wasting Time: Client Engagement Procedures

The Family Law Clinic: A Critical Service to Pro Se Litigants in Utah

Views from the Bench: Professionalism and Civility

Book Review: Legal Beagles: Danny’s Yo-Yo Adventure

State Bar News

Young Lawyer Division: A Good Mentor is a Young Lawyer’s Defense Against Sanctions

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2011 May / June

What Do Jurors Say?
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in this edition:
Views From the Bench: What Do Jurors Say?

Utah Law Developments: Ewing v. Department of Transportation: When the Savings Statute Provides No Safety

Articles:

A Business School Model for Presenting Your Case

Focus on Ethics & Civility:Confessions of a Facebook Sleuth

The Power of Law: How One Law Student Is a Force for Good in Utah’s Human Trafficking Cases

Book Review:The Dark Side of The Bluebook

State Bar News

Young Lawyer Division:Patching Another Hole in the Fabric of Society – Serving Our Seniors

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2011 July / August

Mission of the Utah State Bar
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in this edition:
President’s Message: Mission of the Utah State Bar

Articles:

Staub v. Proctor Hospital – Extending the Cat’s Paw

Ethics and Professional Networking Groups: Worth the Gas?

Toward Better Communications Between Executives and Lawyers

The Primitive Lawyer

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Personal Bias

Objecting to Subpoenas in State and Federal Cases Pursuant to Rule 45

Views from the Bench: John Adams, David Frakt, and Other Lawyers of Courage

State Bar News

Young Lawyer Division: Thank YouParalegal Division: Paralegal of the Year

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2011 September / October

Law, a Profession or a Business?
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in this edition:
President’s Message: Practicing Law, a Profession or a Business?

Views from the Bench: To Persuade a Judge, Think Like a Judge

Articles:

Utah House Bill 260: Not Your Father’s Mechanics’ Lien Law

This Is the Place

Counseling Individual Trustee Clients

Location Based Electronic Discovery in Criminal and Civil Litigation – Part 1

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Client Communication

Use it or Lose It – How To Effectively Impact the Utah Legislature

Disasters: Are You Prepared Personally and Professionally?

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: President’s Message and Invitation

Paralegal Division: Message from the Chair

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2011 November / December

Baby Boomers Meet Millennials
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in this edition:
Baby Boomers Meet Millennials in the Legal Workplace: From Face-lift to Facebook

Views from the Bench: Referrals to the OPC

Articles:

In Utah, Scanning a Person’s Face or Iris to Determine Identity is a Search Justified Only in Limited Circumstances

Focus on Ethics & Civility:Litigators Beware

Utah Law Developments: Preconstruction Service Liens: A New Chapter in Utah’s Mechanics’ Lien Law

Location-Based Electronic Discovery in Criminal and Civil Litigation – Part 2

Bankruptcy Filings and Civil Litigation – Judicial Estoppel in Action

Young Lawyers Division:

A Primer to the New Utah Rules of Civil Procedure

State Bar News

Paralegal Division: 5 Reasons for Taking the CP Exam


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