News: Nate Alder finishes second term of service with Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission
// May 17, 2018
On May 17, 2017, Nate Alder completed his second term (total of six years) of service on the Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission. Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert appointed Nate to this independent body in 2011. JPEC was created in 2008 to replace the review system operated by the judiciary; JPEC is a thirteen-member commission with four people appointed by the governor, four by the legislature (two from the House, two from the Senate), four by the supreme court, and one being the director of CCJJ.
More information at: https://judges.utah.gov/. JPEC honored Nate at its May 17th meeting; Governor Herbert will now appoint Nate’s replacement to JPEC.
Tanner Lenart interprets Utah’s peculiar liquor laws so the rest of us don’t have to
// May 2, 2018
Christensen & Jensen Attorney Tanner Lenart was featured in Salt Lake City Weekly today to get her take on Utah liquor laws. Tanner helps restaurateurs, bartenders and patrons understand the laws passed during Utah's short annual legislative session this year.
Nate Alder named as one of Utah State Aggies' ten most influential alumni
// Apr 27, 2018
The Utah Statesman, the student-led newspaper at Utah State University, has named C&J’s Nate Alder as one of Utah State’s ten most influential alumni. It solicited and gathered nominations for its “50 Most Influential Aggies” to identify individuals for their list.
Geoff Haslam, Nate Alder, and Karra Porter speak at Utah Association for Justice Event
// Apr 20, 2018
Geoff Haslam and Nate Alder were speakers at a nuts & bolts seminar sponsored by the Utah Association for Justice titled, "When is Mediation Useful and How to Make it Most Effective." Karra Porter spoke in the afternoon on "Preserving Matters for Appeal During Trial and What Happens After Verdict."
J.D. Lauritzen quoted by news on the audit of SLC police internal investigation policies
// Apr 18, 2018
Last summer's viral body cam footage of Nurse Alex Wubbel's arrest prompted a state audit reviewing the internal investigation policies of the Salt Lake City Police. J.D. Lauritzen offered a statement to reporters on the results of the audit that were recently released.