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Horse-Shedding Witnesses

By: Keith A. Call

Conscientious lawyers aim to advocate zealously for their clients within the bounds of ethical and professional duties. But vigorous representation can tempt the unscrupulous to betray those duties.

A Good Life Lesson in Workplace Diversity

By: Bryson R. Brown

In this blog post, Attorney Bryson Brown of Snow Christensen and Martineau in Salt Lake City UT sheds a good light on what diversity in the workplace means and how it is not just a good life lesson, but it also is the law, as there are both federal and state statutes that prohibit certain types of discrimination in the workplace. Bryson highlights the importance and legal aspects of treating others with respect, kindness, understanding, and inclusivity.

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Utah Tort and Insurance Seminar, Friday, October 22nd, 2021

Join us for the Annual Tort and Insurance Law Seminar. This year Snow Christensen & Martineau the seminar live in our newly remodeled offices as well as virtually for those who are unable to attend in person. Come and enjoy our newly remodeled office in the historic Newhouse building.

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SCM turns a defense case into a judgment of more than $340,000 for its clients

A trial team led by Robert B. Cummings, with primary assistance from Brenda Weinberg and Whitney Warnick, recently obtained a judgment of more than $340,000 in favor of the firm’s client. The plaintiff filed a lawsuit against SCM’s client alleging breaches of fiduciary duties and related claims stemming from what the plaintiff believed was an unlawful theft of customers. Mr. Cummings successfully defended the client against a preliminary injunction and assisted the client with filing a claim for dissolution of the plaintiff corporation. The plaintiff elected to purchase company shares but claimed the plaintiff corporation was worth nothing. That led to a trial to determine the value of SCM’s clients’ shares in the plaintiff corporation, which resulted in the court determining the company was worth 7-figures – well over the plaintiff’s claimed negative valuation.