Utah Statute Provides for Strict Liability Insurance Coverage for Drivers Who Cause Injuries While Suddenly Incapacitated
By: Shawn E. Draney
In 2007, the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy completed a $250 million water infrastructure project — designed to meet current and anticipate future water demands of the fast-growing Salt Lake valley. As general counsel to the…
By: P. Matthew Cox
C.W. Mining, an entity operating a coal mine in Utah, deposited $362,000 with our client, the Bank of Utah.
By: Keith A. Call
Represented a world-class ski resort in connection with a seven-figure dispute over the development of a complex website that was supposed to include innovative e-commerce, analytics, and interactive mobile tracking features. After SCM’s client…
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff was arrested and charged with ten felonies including receiving or soliciting bribes, accepting gifts, tampering with witnesses and evidence, and participating in a pattern of unlawful conduct. Shurtleff steadfastly asserts his innocence. Our team is defending Shurtleff against these allegations.
We are representing a global bicycle manufacturer and distributor sued in Utah District Court for trademark infringement. Plaintiff is a Utah company that manufactures wheels, forks, seat posts, handlebars and stems along with composite tubes for custom bicycle frame builders….
Following a criminal jury trial, our clients were convicted of three counts of failure to file a proper tax return and one count of engaging in a pattern of unlawful activity (but acquitted of all counts of tax evasion). An appeal to the Supreme Court of Utah resulted in the Court reversing the counts and a remand to the trial court with instructions to enter a judgment of acquittal.