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News: Karra Porter and Dave Richards Featured in University of Utah College of Law Article Over "Fight to Save The Salt Lake Tribune"
C&J attorneys Karra J. Porter and David C. Richards were recently featured in an article by the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law over the "fight to save The Salt Lake Tribune." The article highlights Karra and Dave's tremendous efforts in representing the Utah Newspaper Project, d/b/a Citizens for Two Voices, in its fight to keep the Tribune alive.  According to the article, through Karra and Dave's representation, the Utah Newspaper Project was able to "overcome the defendants’ joint motion to dismiss, joint motion for a protective order, various delay tactics, and were poised to resume discovery when Paul Huntsman reached a deal to buy the Tribune last spring."  Read the full article here.

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