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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C&J represents nurse who was assaulted after abiding by hospital policy against allowing police blood draw on an unconscious accident victim
Alex Wubbels, was assaulted and arrested after explaining to police that she couldn't draw a blood sample from an unconscious person at University Hospital. A Salt Lake City police detective asked for a blood sample. After explaining to the detective that the police needed a warrant, consent from the unconscious patient, or that the patient needed to be under arrest before the blood sample could be drawn, the officer grabbed the nurse, twisted her arm back, dragged her outside, and left her handcuffed in a hot patrol car.
Three of C&J's attorneys have been selected by their peers for 2018's Best Lawyers in America awards
Sarah Spencer, Phil Ferguson and Karra Porter have all been named by their peers in The Best Lawyers in America's  2018  publication.  Each of these three is a legal star in their own right and these recognitions are further proof that we have the best attorneys in the state working for C&J.
Geoffrey Haslam and Nathan Alder ranked in the the top 100 Mountain States Super Lawyers
Mary Corporon interviewed regarding Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott
Mary Corporon faced news cameras this week in a press conference to address the status of Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott.  In the midst of a sensitive health situation, Mary helped the Ott family take steps to provide a guardianship for the former County Recorder's health and to step down from his position with the county.  Christensen & Jensen is proud to have attorneys that are tactful, professional, and composed under pressure.  A link to the interview is provided below.  

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