Eviction Rules Set to Change in Utah

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Starting Nov. 1, 2016, a new court rule will require residential landlords and tenants to exchange more information and to do so earlier in all unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuits, with failure to comply potentially costing a party the case. If you’ve ever been involved in an eviction or other unlawful detainer lawsuit, you know how Read More

A Caution to Construction Material Suppliers: Don’t Get Caught in a Disadvantaged Business Enterprises Sham

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Scenario: You just finished quoting a government project and the contractor you submitted the bid to tells you that you will be awarded the contract to provide construction supplies for the project. However, there is a catch.  When you receive the contract for signature you notice that the party that you are contracting with is Read More

At-Will Employment Guide: The Benefits and Pitfalls of the At-Will Employment System

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In an effort to provide employees greater job protection, legislatures and courts across the country have slowly enacted a number of exceptions and restrictions to the traditional at-will employment system used by most employers. The traditional conception of at-will employment holds that the employer/employee relationship between two parties can be terminated by either party, at Read More