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Civil Procedure | After litigating claims of defamation, et al, relating to statements of dissatisfaction Eskamami publicly made against Auto-Owners, Auto-Owners dismissed its defamation claims, acknowledging it could prove no damages. As a part of those proceedings, the district court had previously denied Eskamami’s limited motion for summary judgment.

Adoption | In an interstate adoption, Mother placed Child with two Utah residents. Mother and Adoptive Parents were required to comply with the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC).

Family: Divorce, Torts | Jensen and Cannon were married in the eighties and divorced in the nineties. In the two-thousands, Jensen brought a claim of fraudulent nondisclosure against Cannon when she discovered a property and an option contract that Cannon did not disclose during the divorce.

Civil – Medical Malpractice; Statute Of Limitations | A patient experienced cardiac arrest and brain damage after an abdominal surgery, and years later, he filed a malpractice claim against the hospital. A jury found the patient’s lawsuit was barred by the running of the applicable statute of limitations.

Civil Procedure: Summary Judgement Affidavits | A passenger rode in the driver’s car, and the driver entered an intersection and was hit by another car, injuring the passenger. The passenger sued the driver.

Arbitration | The plaintiff business partner sued two other defendant business partners for breach of contract, breaching the duty of good faith and fair dealing, and seeking dissolution of the company. The defendants sought to compel arbitration of the plaintiff’s claims under the terms of an operating agreement.