Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules #2

The Utah Supreme Court invites comments to the following proposed amendments to court rules. The comment period expires March 1, 2016.

Summary of Proposed Amendments

Rules Governing the Utah State Bar

USB 14-0807. Law student and law graduate legal assistance. Amend. Subject to some limitations, permits 2L and 3L students, as well as recent graduates within the year following graduation, to practice under the rule. Expands the areas in which students and graduates may practice. Effective January 6, 2016 under rule 11-105(5) of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

Rules of Evidence

URE 0511. Insurance Regulators. New. Creates a privilege for insurance regulators.

How to View Redline Text of the Proposed Amendments

To see proposed rule amendments and submit comments, click on this link to:  http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/comments/, then click on the rule number.

How to Submit Comments

You can comment and view the comments of others by clicking on the “comments” link associated with each body of rules. It is most efficient to submit comments through the website. After clicking on the comment link, you will be asked for your name, which is required, and your email address which need not be your real address. The comment website is public. Although all comments will be considered, they will not be acknowledged with a response.

After submitting your comment on the webpage, you may get an error message, but your comment has been delivered to a buffer, and I will publish it as soon as possible.

Please submit comments directly through the website or to me at the address listed below. One method of submitting a comment is sufficient. If you email a comment, please list the relevant rule in the message line and include your comment in the message text, not in an attachment.

Notice of Approved Amendments to Utah Court Rules #1

The Utah Supreme Court has approved amendments to the following court rules. Unless otherwise noted, the amendments are effective May 1, 2016.

Summary of Approved Amendments 

Rules of Appellate Procedure

URAP 021. Filing and service. Amend. Provides that if a filing including an addendum contains non-public information, the filer must also file a redacted version of the filing.
URAP 038A. Withdrawal of counsel. Amend. Requires that appointed appellate counsel represent a client through the first appeal as of right.
URAP 040. Attorney’s or party’s certificate; sanctions and discipline. Amend. Provides that a person may sign a document using any form recognized by law as binding. Provides that by signing a document, a person makes certain representations to the court including that a filing made under rule 21(g) does not contain non-public information.

Rules Governing the Utah State Bar

The following proposals address changes to the Bar admissions rules. The proposed changes are primarily a reorganization of the current rules to make them easier for applicants to understand. Redundant sections of the rules were deleted and consolidated. There also are numerous changes proposed for consistency, form and clarification. Substantive changes include a change in the definition of “Active Practice” in Rule 14-701, the consolidation of all review procedures under Rule 14-715, and changes to timing of motions for admissions, the ceremony and taking of the oath of attorney in rules 14-707 and 14-716.
USB 14-0701. Definitions. Amend.
USB 14-0703. Qualifications for admission of Student and Foreign Law School Applicants. Amend.
USB 14-0704. Qualifications for admission of Attorney Applicants. Amend.
USB 14-0705. Admission by motion. Amend.
USB 14-0706. Test accommodations. Amend.
USB 14-0707. Application; deadlines; withdrawals; postponements and fees. Amend.
USB 14-0708. Character and fitness. Amend.
USB 14-0709. Application denial. Amend.
USB 14-0710. Administration of the Bar Exam. Amend.
USB 14-0711. Grading and passing of the Bar Exam. Amend.
USB 14-0712. Qualifications for admission based on UBE. Amend.
USB 14-0715. Bar Examination appeals. Amend.
USB 14-0716. License fees; enrollment fees; oath and admission. Amend.
USB 14-0717. Readmission after resignation or disbarment of Utah attorneys. Amend.
USB 14-0718. Licensing of Foreign Legal Consultants. Amend.
USB 14-0719. Qualifications for admission of House Counsel Applicants. Amend.

Rules Governing the Utah State Bar

USB 14-0807. Law student and law graduate legal assistance. Amend. Subject to some limitations, permits 2L and 3L students, as well as recent graduates within the year following graduation, to practice under the rule. Expands the areas in which students and graduates may practice. Effective January 6, 2016 under rule 11-105(5) of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

How to View Redline Text of the Amendments

To see approved rule amendments, click on the rule number above, or click on this link to: http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/approved/. Then click on the rule number.

CORRECTION – Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Supreme Court invites comments to the following proposed amendments to court rules. The comment period expires February 8, 2016.

Summary of Proposed Amendments

Rules of Appellate Procedure

URAP 004. Appeal as of right: when taken. Amend. Provides that the time for all parties to appeal from a judgment runs from the entry of a dispositive order if a party files a motion for relief under rule 60(b) of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure no later than 28 days after the judgment is entered or a motion or claim for attorney fees under rule 73 of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure, in addition to the other motions previously listed.

How to View Redline Text of the Proposed Amendments

To see proposed rule amendments and submit comments, click on this link to:  http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/comments/, then click on the rule number.

How to Submit Comments

You can comment and view the comments of others by clicking on the “comments” link associated with each body of rules. It is most efficient to submit comments through the website. After clicking on the comment link, you will be asked for your name, which is required, and your email address which need not be your real address. The comment website is public. Although all comments will be considered, they will not be acknowledged with a response.

After submitting your comment on the webpage, you may get an error message, but your comment has been delivered to a buffer, and I will publish it as soon as possible.

Please submit comments directly through the website or to me at the address listed below.

One method of submitting a comment is sufficient. If you email a comment, please list the relevant rule in the message line and include your comment in the message text, not in an attachment.

Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules #2

The Utah Supreme Court and the Utah Judicial Council invite comments to the following proposed amendments to court rules. The comment period expires February 2, 2016.

Summary of Proposed Amendments

 Code of Judicial Administration

CJA 01-0201. Membership – Election. Amend. Provides that Council members are not eligible to be voting members of a Board of Judges of a trial court.

CJA 01-0205. Standing and ad hoc committees. Amend. Creates a standing committee of the Judicial Council to address pretrial release and supervision. Effective December 14, 2015 under rule 2-205 of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

CJA 03-0116. Pretrial Release and Supervision Committee. New. Outlines the responsibilities of the Judicial Council’s Standing Committee on Pretrial Release and Supervision. Effective December 14, 2015 under rule 2-205 of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

 Rules of Appellate Procedure

URAP 004. Appeal as of right: when taken. Amend. Provides the time for all parties to appeal from a judgment runs from the entry of the order if a party files a motion for relief under Rule 60 of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure no later than 28 days after the judgment is entered. Provides if a party files a motion or claim for attorney fees under Rule 73 of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure, or a claim for costs under Rule 54 of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure and if the trial court extends the time to appeal under Rule 54, the time for all parties to appeal from the judgment runs from the entry of the order disposing of the motion or claim.

Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 009. Pleading special matters. Amend. Removes the paragraph regarding a petition to renew a judgment. The process to renew a judgment is governed by proposed Rule 58C and the Judgment Renewal Act. Adopts much of the style and grammar of the federal rule.

URCP 026.01. Disclosure and discovery in domestic relations actions. Amend. Amends the disclosure deadlines to conform to Rule 26.

URCP 026.02. Disclosures in personal injury actions. Amend. Corrects a reference to amended Rule 9.

URCP 041. Dismissal of actions. Amend. Removes the provision for ruling against a plaintiff for failure to prove a right to relief, a similar but broader provision having been added to Rule 52, as in the federal rules. Adopts much of the style and grammar of the federal rule.

URCP 054. Judgment; costs. Amend. Establishes a process to add attorney fees and costs to a judgment.

URCP 058A. Entry of judgment; abstract of judgment. Amend. In conjunction with amendments to rule 4 of the Utah Rules of Appellate Procedure, establishes a new policy on time in which to appeal a judgment when a motion for attorney fees has been filed. A motion for attorney fees would have the same effect as a motion under rules 50, 52, and 59 of the Rules of Civil Procedure, extending the time in which to appeal to 30 days after the order on the motion, effectively overturning ProMax Development Corp. v. Raile, 2000 UT 4, 998 P.2d 254.

URCP 058C. Motion to renew judgment. New. In conjunction with the Judgment Renewal Act and the amendment to Rule 9, describes the process for renewing a judgment.
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Notice of Approved Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Judicial Council and the Utah Supreme Court have approved amendments to the following court rules. Unless otherwise noted, the amendments are effective May 1, 2016.

Summary of Approved Amendments 

Code of Judicial Administration

CJA 01-0205. Standing and ad hoc committees. Amend. Creates a standing committee of the Judicial Council to address pretrial release and supervision. Effective December 14, 2015 under rule 2-205 of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

CJA 03-0116. Pretrial Release and Supervision Committee. New. Outlines the responsibilities of the Judicial Council’s Standing Committee on Pretrial Release and Supervision. Effective December 14, 2015 under rule 2-205 of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration. Subject to change after the comment period.

CJA 04-0202.02. Records access. Amend. Provides that adoption records become public on the one hundredth anniversary of the date of the final decree as required by statute. Makes notices from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court private.

CJA 04-0202.04. Request to access a record associated with a case; request to classify a record associated with a case. Amend. Provides that a party with an interest in a case may move or petition a court with jurisdiction or a court that no longer has jurisdiction to reclassify a record or to have information redacted from the record. Adds all possible classifications. Provides that the relevant rules of procedure apply to such motions or petitions. Gives the appellate clerk the responsibility for protecting sealed briefs and removing information ordered to be redacted. Provides that a court order is only binding on the court, the parties to the petition, and the state law library, unless otherwise ordered.

CJA 04-0202.09. Miscellaneous. Amend. Provides that a party may move, or a non-party interested in a record may petition, to classify a record as private, protected, sealed, safeguarded, juvenile court legal, or juvenile court social, or to redact non-public information from a public record.

CJA 04-0205. Security of court records. Amend. Provides that an appellate clerk is responsible for expunging appellate records upon an order of expungement, but that an appellate brief will be public unless it is otherwise classified through an order on a motion or petition.

Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 006. Time. Amend. Corrects references to amended rules 50 and 60.

URCP 008. General rules of pleadings. Amend. Changes the phrase “contributory negligence” to “comparative fault,” in keeping with Utah Code sections 78B-5-817 through 78B-5-823.

URCP 011. Signing of pleadings, motions, affidavits, and other papers; representations to court; sanctions. Amend. Recognizes the requirements of Rule 5(f) for a notarized, verified or acknowledged signature.

URCP 050. Judgment as a matter of law in a jury trial; related motion for a new trial; conditional ruling. Amend. Adopts many of the provisions of FRCP 50. Changes the name from “directed verdict” to “judgment as a matter of law.” Eliminates the requirement that the motion be renewed at the close of all evidence. Extends to 28 days after the judgment the time in which to renew the motion for judgment as a matter of law. Describes the effect of trial court rulings reversed on appeal.

URCP 052. Findings and conclusions by the court; amended findings; waiver of findings and conclusions; correction of the record; judgment on partial findings. Adopts many of the provisions of FRCP 52. Provides for judgment on partial findings, which will replace an equivalent provision in Rule 41(b). Extends to 28 days after the judgment the time in which to file a motion to amend or make additional findings.
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Judges to Determine Need for Grand Jury

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ray Wahl
(801) 578-38095
Cell: (801) 243-8621

JUDGES TO DETERMINE NEED FOR GRAND JURY

Ogden, UT—A panel of judges is scheduled to meet on Jan. 14, 2016, to hear testimony to determine if reasonable cause exists to call a grand jury. The meeting will take place at the Ogden Courthouse, 2525 Grant Ave., Weber County.

Those wanting to testify before the panel of judges should contact District Court Administrator Debra Moore at (801) 578-3800 by Jan. 4, 2016, to schedule an appointment. If no appointments are scheduled by Jan. 4, the meeting will be canceled without further notice.

Individuals testifying must be prepared to give evidence to support claims that justify calling a grand jury. Controversies between individual parties will not be considered. Individuals who need special accommodations during the hearing must notify the court at least three business days prior to the hearing.

Utah’s Grand Jury Statute requires a panel of judges selected from throughout the state to hold hearings in each judicial district every three years. The purpose of the hearings is to determine if a grand jury needs to be summoned based on evidence of criminal activity. The Grand Jury Panel is comprised of the following judges: Supervising Judge W. Brent West, 2nd District Court; Judge Lynn W. Davis, 4th District Court; Judge Elizabeth Hruby-Mills, 3rd District Court; Judge Eric A. Ludlow, 5th District Court; and Judge Kara Pettit, 3rd District Court.

The Attorney General, a county attorney, district attorney, or special prosecutor appointed under U.C.A. section 77-10a-1 can also present evidence of criminal activity. The panel of judges will hear, in secret, all persons claiming information that justifies calling a grand jury. All individuals appearing before the panel of judges will be placed under oath. If a grand jury is summoned, the jurors will be called from the state-at-large or any judicial district within the state. Additional information is available at http://www.utcourts.gov/cal/grandjury.

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Court Warns Public of Email Scam

Salt Lake City, Utah—The Utah State Courts is warning the public of an email scam circulating nationwide that notifies individuals of a need to appear in court for a case that does not exist.

The scam email indicates that the individual must appear in court and directs the recipient to an email attachment or link for information about the hearing. The email attachment or link contains a virus that when opened infects the user’s computer.

The court urges individuals who have a question about a notice to appear in court to call the court directly. Phone numbers are available on the court’s website at www.utcourts.gov/directory or by calling (801) 578-3800. Emails forwarded to the court to determine legitimacy will be blocked due to the virus.

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Notice of Approved Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Supreme Court has approved amendments to the following court rules. The amendments are effective November 1, 2014, unless otherwise noted. Summary of approved amendments  Rules of Criminal Procedure

  • URCrP 40. Search warrants. Amend. Provides a process for extending the sealing of search warrant records.

Rules of Appellate Procedure

    • URAP 005. Discretionary appeals from interlocutory orders. Amend. Sets a page limit for a petition for permission to appeal and describes how relevant documents may be referenced; provides that a response to a petition for permission to appeal will not be received unless requested by the court; and provides that cross-petitions for permission to appeal are not permitted.
  • URAP 023. Motions. Amend. Provides that a reply may be filed no later than five days after service of the response, but allows the court to rule on the motion without awaiting a reply.
  • URAP 035. Petition for rehearing. Amend. Provides the circumstances under which a party may petition for rehearing.
  • URAP 037. Suggestion of mootness; voluntary dismissal. Amend. Provides that an appellant’s personal affidavit demonstrating that the decision to dismiss is voluntary need only be filed on a motion to dismiss for reasons other than mootness.

How to view redline text of the amendments To see approved rule amendments, click on this link to: http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/approved/. Then click on the rule number. Alison Adams-Perlac, J.D. Staff Attorney Administrative Office of the Courts 450 South State Street P.O. Box 140241 Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-0241 Phone: 801-578-3821 Fax: 801-578-3843

Notice of Approved Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Supreme Court has approved amendments to the following court rules. The amendments are effective November 1, 2014, unless otherwise noted.

Summary of proposed amendments 

Rules of Criminal Procedure

URCrP 007. Proceedings before magistrate. Amend. Changes the time for probable cause from 48 hours to 24 hours after the arrest. Requires that the magistrate release the arrestee after 24 hours unless the officer is able to establish that the delay was caused by a bona fide emergency or other extraordinary circumstances.

How to view redline text of the amendments

To see approved rule amendments, click on this link to:
http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/approved/. Then click on the rule number.

Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Supreme Court invites comments to the following proposed court rules. The comment period expires on November 19, 2014.

Summary of proposed amendments 

 Rules of Appellate Procedure

URAP 038B. Qualifications for Appointed Appellate Counsel. Amend. Outlines the responsibility of appointed appellate counsel to represent the client throughout the first appeal as of right.

Rules of Criminal Procedure

URCrP 002. Time. Amend. Changes the way time will be computed, marking time in calendar days, rather than business days. Includes a provision for counting times stated in hours.

URCrP 004. Prosecution of public offenses. Amend. Requires prosecutors to list the citation number on an information if a citation was previously issued in the case in order to ensure that cases can be consolidated when they are electronically filed. Makes technical changes.
URCrP 012. Motions. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 014. Subpoena. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 016. Discovery. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 017. The trial. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 021A. Presentence investigation reports; Restitution. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 022. Sentence, judgment and commitment. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 024. Motion for new trial. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 026. Written orders, judgments and decrees. Amend. Requires the court to prepare the final judgment and sentence. Requires litigants to submit motions and orders as separate documents. Makes technical changes.
URCrP 027. Stays of sentence pending appeals from courts of record. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 027B. Stays pending appeal from a court not of record – hearings de novo, DUI, and reckless driving cases. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
URCrP 028. Disposition after appeal. Amend. Conforms the computation of time to the approach of the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure. Deadlines of 30 days or less in several rules will be modified to a uniform 7/14/21/28 days.
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Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Utah Judicial Council invites comments to the following proposed court rules.

The comment period expires on October 14, 2014.

Summary of proposed amendments 

CJA 03-0104. Presiding judges. Amend. Outlines the final determination for purposes of a case under advisement.
CJA 03-0403. Judicial branch education. Amend. Requires new judges to attend the first orientation program held after they have taken the oath of office. Provides an exception if attendance is excused by the Management Committee based on good cause.
CJA 04-0202.02 Records classification. Amend. Makes actions to remove an individual from the National Instant Background Check System private. Makes Qualified Domestic Relations Orders private.
CJA 04-0403. Signature stamp use. Amend. Provides for a clerk’s use of a judge’s or commissioner’s electronic signature when the clerk otherwise has permission under the rule to use the judge’s or commissioner’s signature stamp.

How to view redline text of the proposed amendments

To see proposed rule amendments and to submit comments, click on this link to:  http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/comments/. Then click on the rule number.

How to submit comments

You may comment and view the comments of others by clicking on the “comments” link associated with each body of rules. It is most efficient if you submit comments through the website, and you are encouraged to do so. After clicking on the comment link, you will be prompted for your name, which we request, and your email address which need not be your real address. At the beginning of your comment, please state the rule it addresses. The comment website is public. Although all comments will be considered, they will not be acknowledged with a response.

After you submit your comment on the webpage, you may get an error message, but your comment has been delivered to a buffer, and I will publish it at the earliest opportunity.

Submit comments directly through the website or to:

Alison Adams-Perlac
Email: alisonap@utcourts.gov
Fax:   801-578-3843
Administrative Office of the Courts
POB 140241
Salt Lake City, Utah  84114-0241

One method of submitting a comment is sufficient. If you email a comment, please list the relevant rule in the message line and include your comment in the message text, not in an attachment.

Alison Adams-Perlac, J.D.
Staff Attorney
Administrative Office of the Courts
450 South State Street
P.O. Box 140241
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-0241
Phone: 801-578-3821
Fax: 801-578-3843

2014 July Bar Exam Examsoft Upload Issues

Hello,

The Utah State Bar has received notice of the issues with uploading exam answers to the Examsoft service. Examsoft is working to correct the issue. As we state in the instructions, you are only held responsible for failing to upload if there is no good cause.  ExamSoft’s technical difficulties are good cause.  While you should continue attempting to upload in accordance with the instructions on the ExamSoft website, the Utah State Bar will be making allowances for time due to ExamSoft’s problems. In other words, please do not panic.

We do recommend tracking Examsoft updates through their social media:

Regards,

Kelsey Foster

Admissions Administrator

UPDATE

ExamSoft has sent an email suggesting applicants attempt to manually upload one more time.  You may do so if you like.  However, the deadline to upload has been indefinitely postponed.  You DO NOT need to bring your laptop to the exam tomorrow.  We will make an announcement tomorrow when we have more information that will explain the next steps as well as provide any deadlines that may be applicable.

Right now I suggest you rest up for the MBE.  Do not worry about your essay answers.  We will get them one way or another.

Regards,

Kelsey Foster

Admissions Administrator

Nominees Named for Davis County Justice Court Vacancy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 1, 2014
Contact: Nancy Volmer
(801) 578-3994
Cell:(801) 712-4545

NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR DAVIS COUNTY JUSTICE COURT VACANCY

Syracuse, UT—The Davis County Nominating Commission has selected three nominees for the vacancy at the Syracuse Justice Court. The position will replace Judge Joseph Bean who has been appointed to the 2nd District Court.

Following are the nominees followed by place of employment and residence:
·         Catherine Jeane Hoskins, J.D., Hoskins Legal, Layton
·         Paul H. Olds, J.D., Kaufman, Nichols, Olds & Kaufman, Pleasant View
·         Richard Hogan Reeve, J.D., Van Cott, Bagley, et al., Ogden

A comment period will be held through July 10, 2014, before a final candidate is selected by Syracuse Mayor Terry Palmer. The mayor has 30 days to make an appointment, which is subject to ratification by the Syracuse City Council. The Utah Judicial Council must then certify the appointment. To submit written comments about the candidates, contact Melisse Stiglich, Administrative Office of the Courts, melisses@utcourts.gov.

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Utah State Bar CasemakerPro Free Upgrade

The Utah State Bar is pleased to announce the addition of Casemaker’s suite of premium services to the Utah Casemaker library, at no cost to attorneys and paralegal members of the Bar.  Now, you have access to not only Casemaker’s broad and comprehensive libraries which cover all 50 states and Federal materials, but you also have access to a suite of tools that make research faster and easier. These premium services include Casecheck+, CiteCheck, and CasemakerDigest, and these, as well as the basic Casemaker research tool, are available at no cost to members.

Casecheck+ works like Shephard’s® and KeyCite® to notify you instantly of negative treatment, and identify whether your case law citations are still good law. Casecheck+ returns both positive and negative treatments instantly as you research and links to negative treatments, so you can quickly review the citation history for both state and federal cases. It works seamlessly inside the new Casemaker and doesn’t require any extra steps to use.

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Access to your Casemaker account will continue through the new Utah State Bar member site located at https://services.utahbar.org. Just log in and go to Members to access the Casemaker link.