SCM NEWS & OPINIONS
Congratulations to Ruth Shapiro, Jeremy Stuart, Dani Cepernich, and Bryson Brown on Another Successful Defense
Celebrating our highly skilled trial attorneys who defended a truck driver in a fatal accident case and secured a defense verdict on Friday, 02 September 2022. Plaintiff’s counsel was demanding in excess of $23M. The case was tried before a…
We’re thrilled to announce that Daniel Robinson passed the Utah bar exam and is now officially a member of the firm’s business law practice group.
18 lawyers from Snow Christensen & Martineau were recognized in the 29th edition of The Best Lawyers in America®
Snow Christensen & Martineau is proud to have seventeen of its lawyers recognized in the 2023 edition of Best Lawyers in America® and one lawyer recognized in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. In addition, one of the Firm’s lawyers, Samuel…
A Third District Judge granted a motion for summary judgment on behalf of a local produce business that Rick represents.
Snow Christensen & Martineau is pleased to announce that 13 of our attorneys have been recognized as 2022 Mountain States Super Lawyers®. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than five percent of attorneys in the state. Four attorneys…
Attorney Nathan Crane Skillfully Proves Unfair And Prejudicial Trial In United States V. Michael Sam, Winning a New Trial for Convicted Client
By: Daniel D. Hill
The recent Jarkesy decision ruled that the SEC’s in-house adjudication or administrative process violates the 7th Amendment’s right to a jury trial. Finding that an enforcement action brought by the SEC in the SEC’s own in-house administrative process is “akin to traditional actions at law to which the jury-trial attaches,” the Fifth Circuit concluded that persons subjected to such an enforcement action are entitled to a jury trial, which the SEC process does not afford.
SC&M is delighted to welcome these dynamic lawyers and their clients to the firm. They have already proven to be a fantastic addition to the team.
By: Daniel D. Hill
The recent enactment of the Commercial Financing Registration and Disclosure Act (Senate Bill 183), requires persons who provide certain commercial financing products to (1) register with the Department of Financial Institutions and (2) make certain disclosures in connection with each commercial financing transaction.