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Zeller v. Nixon: Or, “What Is A 321 Arbitration, Anyway?”

Wow, it’s been a little while since I’ve posted anything here. I’ve been too busy being a lawyer to find time to write about being a lawyer. But don’t worry. I’m still a neophyte at all of this. I just need to … Continue reading

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Utah Supreme Court Watch: Treating Physicians Not Required To Produce Expert Witness Reports

PRACTICE POINTERS UTAH SUPREME COURT WATCH: TREATING PHYSICIANS NOT REQUIRED TO PRODUCE EXPERT WITNESS REPORTS* *This article was co-written by Tim Dalton Dunn. Tim is the senior partner at Dunn & Dunn, and an experienced litigator and mediator. He has … Continue reading

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What Does A Cup Of McDonald’s Coffee Cost? How About A New Trial?

PRACTICE POINTERS What Does A Cup Of McDonald’s Coffee Cost? How About A New Trial? As reported in The Salt Lake Tribune, last month the Utah Supreme Court said that mentioning the infamous “McDonald’s coffee case” was enough to taint … Continue reading

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