Commercial Litigation Articles

Writ of Garnishment: A Creditor’s Collection Tool

For anyone who’s ever watched an invoice go unpaid or had difficulty collecting money owed them, a Writ of Garnishment is a powerful tool in ensuring full payment—especially when the debtor is dragging their feet. …

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Small Claims for Small Business

Ellie owns a small flower shop in Salt Lake City. In addition to the regular individual customers who paid cash for their flowers, Ellie had several customers who bought their flowers on open accounts. This …

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Tips to Businesses Extending Credit

If your business extends credit to customers or if you are considering starting to extend credit to your customers, there are a few simple things you can do help with your ability to collect the …

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Enforcing Your Non-Utah Judgment

Are you a business or individual located outside the State of Utah that has obtained a judgment in another state against a business or individual residing in Utah or that has assets or property in …

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Bankruptcy Updates

September 14, 2011A survey recently released by the Institute for Financial Literacy bankruptcies filed by consumers with college degrees were up 20% and bankruptcies filed by consumers earning over $60,000.00 increased by over 66%. According …

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Collections: Getting Your Due

We have Utah attorneys who are experienced in debt collection and judgment enforcement. We can help you analyze your claim to determine whether it is worth pursuing and whether a recovery is likely. We can help in virtually every aspect of debt collection.

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How Does Expungement Work in Utah?

Expungement is the process of sealing or destroying a criminal record, including arrests and convictions. Depending on the type of criminal conviction, and other factors, Utah law provides for the expungement of events in an individual’s criminal history. Expungement is available for several types of criminal convictions; however, there are a few convictions for which an expungement is not available. The court may not expunge the following convictions:

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Copyright: An Overview

A copyright is a form of protection given to authors of original works. Original works can include music, literature, movies, photographs and other artistic endeavors. The author of the work is given the exclusive right to distribute, publish, reproduce, perform, or display the work. However, this exclusive right lasts for only a certain period of time, although that period is quite long. Generally, for works created on or after January 1, 1978, the copyright is protected for the life of the author plus 70 years after the author’s death.

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