How to Deal with Ambiguous Contracts in Utah

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] What happens when two parties to a contract disagree about what the contract language means? How are ambiguities in a contract resolved? Utah courts and judges should interpret and enforce each contract in a way that is in line with the intent of the parties who signed the contract. Read More

Initial Response to Employee Discrimination Charges

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By Nathan D. Anderson Charges of discrimination are daunting for small businesses. This article will help you and your small business better understand employee discrimination charges and some good, initial steps you can take in response.   What is a Charge of Discrimination?   Before employees can sue their employers for discrimination, they must file Read More

Can Employees Refuse to Return to Work because of COVID-19?

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By Nathan D. Anderson [email protected] 801.365.1024   Utah is easing some of its COVID-19 restrictions. With the move from “high risk” to “moderate risk” under the Utah Leads Together Plan, some businesses are reopening. While some employees are anxious to return to work, others are not. This raises an important question for employers: Can employees refuse Read More

Eroding Section 230 Immunity for Platforms

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By Matthew H. Wood 801-365-1023 [email protected] Bobby Chesney and Danielle Citron in an as yet unpublished article titled, “Deep Fakes: A Looming Challenge for Privacy, Democracy, and National Security” argue convincingly that liability for “deep fakes” should fall to content platforms (i.e., Web sites that present information—think YouTube, Google, Facebook, Craigslist, eBay, Twitter, and I Read More