Have you ever buried your treasure only to forget exactly where you buried it? Your search becomes more and more frantic, and pretty soon, your backyard looks like a herd of aggressive gophers have thrown the rodent party of the decade.
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Since 1875, Jones Waldo has provided legal services to the businesses and community organizations that support and grow the state’s economy. Built on a strong foundation of service and knowledge of Utah’s core industries, the firm continues to evolve through meeting new challenges, finding innovative solutions and advancing legal trends in the state. With departments in business, real estate and litigation, attorneys at Jones Waldo have expertise to solve complex client needs in nearly every area of business. Jones Waldo has offices in Salt Lake City, Park City, St. George, Provo and the Chicago metro area.
Several of the cast members of the popular 70s show told CBS to “sit on it” after they discovered the existence of a “Happy Days”-themed slot machine. It seems that CBS had not been paying royalties for use of the actors’ images. Yahoo! News reported that the case settled in early July with payments to each of the actors for about $60,000. To make your day happier–or not–the Smithsonian has switched the display Fonzie’s jacket for Farrah Fawcett’s red bathing suit.
Lauryn Hill plead guilty earlier this summer to three counts of tax evasion. The income in question, totaling $1.8 million, was earned by four corporations Hill owned. She faces a maximum one-year sentence for each count, but sentencing has been delayed to the fall to permit Hill time to make a payment.
Our own Marianne Sorensen was published is last week's issue of the Enterprise.
Saturday, May 19, was the 30th annual Law Day Run. It was a big success raising more than $35,000 for "...and Justice for All."
Jones Waldo also welcomes four new members to its board of directors...
Jones Waldo, one of Utah’s most enduring and prestigious law firms, has elected Kathleen McDonald as its newest shareholder. The firm also elected four new members to its board of directors including Paul M. Harman, Bruce E. Babcock, Timothy B. Anderson and Lewis M. Francis.
Community of legal topic blogs provide interaction, information and insights to clients and public
SALT LAKE CITY – May 1, 2012 – Attorneys at Jones Waldo, one of Utah’s most enduring and prestigious law firms, now have another way of engaging and informing clients – and perhaps one more digestible to the lay public. The firm has created a new collection of “Spotlight” blogs, which can be found at joneswaldo.com.
This is Utah SHRM Legal-mail no. 2012-10 prepared for Salt Lake SHRM, the Human Resources Association of Central Utah (HRACU), the Northern Utah Human Resources Association (NUHRA), the Color Country Human Resources Association (CCHRA), the Bridgerland Society for Human Resource Management and Utah at-large members of the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
National SHRM Federal Regulatory Alert
This is Utah SHRM Legal-mail no. 2012-9 prepared for Salt Lake SHRM, the Human Resources Association of Central Utah (HRACU), the Northern Utah Human Resources Association (NUHRA), the Color Country Human Resources Association (CCHRA), the Bridgerland Society for Human Resource Management and Utah at-large members of the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
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