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Are Non-Competition Agreements in Idaho Enforceable?

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. In Idaho, a non-competition agreement is an agreement between an employer and an employee that prohibits the employee, after the employment relationship ends, from engaging in employment or a line of business that directly […]

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Does Amending a Recorded Notice of Lien Reset the Deadline to Foreclose on a Construction Lien in Utah?

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. To preserve a lien claim, a lien claimant must, among other things, record a notice of construction lien with the county recorder’s office, and within 180 days thereafter, initiate a lawsuit to

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Timelines (and the Statute of Limitations) for Foreclosing on a Trust Deed in Utah

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. In Utah, trust deeds are often used to secure loans, ranging from loans for homebuyers to loans for general contractors used to finance real estate developments. The real property identified in the

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Are Non-Solicitation Agreements in Utah Enforceable?

If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. Usually, a non-solicitation agreement (or a non-solicit) is a written agreement signed by an employee that prohibits the employee from soliciting—or reaching out to do business with—the employer’s clients and customers after

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Commercial Drivers and Traffic Citations: Protecting Your Career

Everyone hates receiving traffic citations. For most of us it means paying a fine, an appearance in court, or maybe even traffic school. However, a moving violation or other traffic citation can have devastating consequences for commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders as it could result in disqualification of a license and loss of jobs.  Understanding

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Are Text Messages and Emails Considered a Written Agreement or Signed Agreement under the Statute of Frauds in Utah?

Under the Utah Statute of Frauds there are certain types of contracts that cannot be enforced unless they are written and signed. The types of contracts that are governed by the statute of frauds, and must be in writing and “subscribed to by the party by whom the lease or sale is to be made”, include: An

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