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Linbaugh v. Gibson, 2020 UT App 108 (July 16, 2020)

The Court of Appeals reversed the district court’s decision dismissing a boundary by acquiescence action.  The district court found that because the fence at issue was created to contain animals, the parties’ “predecessors could not have acquiesced in the fence…

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Appellate Highlights – Utah Bar Journal Publication Summer 2020

Utah Bar Journal Editor’s Note: The following appellate cases of interest were
recently decided by the Utah Supreme Court, Utah Court of Appeals,
and United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. The following
summaries have been prepared by the authoring attorneys
listed above, who are solely responsible for their content.

Segota v. Young Chrysler, 2020 UT App 105 (July 9, 2020)

Segota, dissatisfied with his truck purchase, sued the dealership and the dealership’s bond company, alleging breach of contract and fraud. But he failed to serve initial disclosures or conduct any discovery, prompting a flurry of summary judgment motions from the…

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COVID-19 Topics in Employment Law:

Legal & Practical Solutions in the Workplace, webinar from the 2020 UMAA Spring Conference Camille Johnson recently presented at the virtual Utah Municipal Attorneys’ Association (“UMAA”) Spring Conference webinar after the in-person conference was canceled due to COVID-19. Her presentation…