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2013 January / February

Who We Are
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in this issue:
President’s Message: Who We Are

Commission Message: The Purposes of the Utah State Bar and How You Can Help

Mandatory eFiling Has Arrived in the Utah State Courts

Tenth Circuit Jurisdictional Considerations in Personal Injury Cases

Rehabilitation Act and ADA Discrimination Claims – Two Birds You Can’t Always Kill With One Stone

Utah Law Developments: Appellate Highlights – October 2012

Volunteer Court Visitors in Guardianship Cases

Predicting the Future for Your Clients

Justice Sutherland Endures: Sutherland’s Legacy and the Affordable Care Act

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Using Other Peoples’ Money to Finance Litigation

Book Review: Opening Statements: Winning in the Beginning by Winning the Beginning

State Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Grappling With Social Media as a Legal Practitioner

Paralegal Division: Balance: How to Turn the “Act” Into “Action”
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2013 March / April

Balance
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in this issue:
President-Elect & Bar Commission Candidates

President’s Message: Balance

Articles

Bridging the Gap between Trademark Registration and Enforcement

Be Aware! Service on an Opposing Party in a Foreign Country Requires Particular Procedures and Forms

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Confessing Sins to Clients

What Attorneys Can Learn From Judicial Performance Evaluation

Utah Law Developments: Appellate Highlights

Stern v. Marshall Changes the Landscape of Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction

Bar News

Young Lawyers Division: Legal Requirements for Representing Clients With Disabilities

Paralegal Division: The Dollars and Sense of Utilization of Paralegals for the New Decade
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2013 May / June

The Profession: Today & Tomorrow
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President’s Message: The Legal Profession Today and Into the Future

Views From the Bench: Motions to Suppress: Understanding Burdens

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Confessing Sins to Clients Part II:Do You Risk Losing Malpractice Insurance Coverage?

Utah Law Developments: On the Record Review: Efficiency for Environmental Permit

Appeals in Utah and Other Recent Developments at the Utah Department of Environmental Quality

More Than Marriage: Utah’s System of De Jure Denigration Goes Before the U.S. Supreme Court

Employment Covenants: An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure

Utah Law Developments: Appellate Highlights

Giving Back: The Rewards of Pro Bono

Do Your Clients Know Their Rights Regarding Brokerage Account Losses?

The Seven Deadly Sins of Legal Writing

State Bar News

Paralegal Division: 2012 Salary Survey

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2013 July / August

Looking Back Look Forward
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in this issue:
President’s Message: Looking Back – Look Forward 10 by Lori W. Nelson

Focus on Ethics & Civility: Fixing Our Third World Access to Justice Problem by Keith A. Call

Summaries of the Professionalism Counseling Board

Utah Law Developments: Utah’s New Asset Protection Trust Law by Robert S. Tippett and Derek E. Brown

Article: The Importance of Judicial Evaluations by Lori W. Nelson and John R. Lund

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

Article: Efficient Use of Arbitration: Drafting of Arbitration Clauses by Ralph A. Cantafio

Article: Respectfully, Judge, We Disagree by James C. Bradshaw and Ann Marie Taliaferro

Book Review: Life in the Law: Religious Conviction Reviewed by Eileen Doyle Crane

Article: Remembering Brian Barnard by Andrea Garland

Article: Helping Our Clients Tell the Truth, Part II by Ted Weckel

State Bar News

Paralegal Division: Paralegal of the Year - Message from the Chair

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2013 September / October

State of the Bar
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in this issue:
President’s Message | The State of the Utah State Barby Curtis M Jensen

Article | New Considerations in Personal Injury Litigationby Michael W. Young

Focus on Ethics & Civility | Are You a Super Lawyer?by Keith A. Call

Utah Law Developments | The Rights of a Member’s Creditor Under the Utah Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Actby Langdon T. Owen,Jr.

Article | Addressing Twin Crises in the Law: Underserved Clients and Underemployed Lawyers by James R. Holbrook & Jonathan R. Hornok

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

Article | Disproportionate Justice, the Juvenile Court System of Utahby Michael N. Martinez

Article | A Comprehensive Look at the Newly Proposed Amendmentsto the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by Philip J. Favro

Article | Keep Calm and Argue the Facts: A Pragmatic Approach to the Doctrine of Chances by Dain Smoland
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2013 November / December

People of the Bar
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in this issue:
President’s Message | The People and Organizations Within the Bar by Curtis M Jensen

Editor’s Message by William D. Holyoak

Views from the Bench | Judicial Activism, Restraint, & the Rule of Law by Justice Thomas R. Lee

Utah Appellate Law Update | Preserving Issues in Utah Appellate Courts by Noella A. Sudbury

Focus on Ethics & Civility | A Ghost Story by Keith A. Call

Utah Law Developments | Management Duties Under the Utah Revised Uniform LLC Act (Effective 1/1/14) by Langdon T. Owen, Jr.

Utah Bar Foundation | The Utah Bar Foundation Celebrates 50 Years of Service by The Honorable Augustus Chin and Kim Paulding

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

Article | The Uniform Law Commission: What You Know Can Help Us by Justice Michael J. Wilkins

Article | Civility Revisited by Donald J. Winder

Article | Symposium and Gala Cap Off S.J. Quinney College of Law’s Centennial Celebration by Barry Scholl

Book Review Business | Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Third Edition by Michael D. Zimmerman

Young Lawyers Division | Young Lawyer of the Year

Paralegal Division | Privacy & Security: A Quick Look into the Omnibus Final Rule of the HIPAA & HITECH Acts by Heather J. Allen

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