Keystone Insurance Agency, LLC v. Inside Insurance, LLC, 2019 UT 20 (May 29, 2019)

In this dispute over an operating agreement, the Utah Supreme Court affirmed the district court’s grant of a motion in limine excluding the plaintiff’s damages evidence.  The plaintiff failed to comply with the damages disclosure requirements of Rule 26, where it did not provide any damages computation or identify a theory or methodology of damages during fact discovery, and disclosed the same for the first time at the end of expert discovery.