Law Is Stranger Than Fiction | Episode 10 Pooping Jogger

Barry: Good afternoon and welcome to this week’s episode of Law is Stranger Than Fiction  I’m Barry Sholl one of your co-hosts and a shareholder at the law firm of Richard’s Brant Miller Nelson in Salt Lake City. Steven: I’m Steven Bergman your other co-host also a shareholder Richard’s Brant Miller Nelson. Barry: And we are joined… Read more »

UCC Article 9: What You Need to Know, Part 2

March 2018 What is a security interest? At the heart of UCC Article 9 is the concept of a “security interest.” The UCC itself defines a security interest as “an interest in personal property or fixtures which secures payment or performance of an obligation.” The definition goes on for another eight lines, but the gist… Read more »

Law Is Stranger Than Fiction | Episode 9 Pet Leasing

Barry: Good afternoon and welcome to this week’s edition of Law is Stranger than Fiction I’m Barry Scholl, one of the co-hosts and a shareholder at the law  firm of Richards Brandt Miller Nelson in Salt Lake City. Steven: I’m your other co-host Steven Bergman. I’m also a shareholder at Richards Brandt Miller Nelson. Barry: And today Steven’s… Read more »

UCC Article 9: What You Need to Know, Part 1

Clint M. Hanni March 2018 Introduction If you’re a business owner, you’ve been using the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) even if you’ve never heard of it.  The UCC is a model body of law adopted by all 50 states and US territories in a generally uniform manner that governs commercial business transactions, although there are… Read more »

Law is Stranger than Fiction | Episode 8 Mark of the Beast

Steven: Good afternoon and welcome to Law is Stranger than Fiction. I’m one of your co-hosts Steven Bergman a shareholder in the Salt Lake City law firm of Richards Brandt Miller Nelson. Barry: And I’m your other co-host, Barry Scholl, also a shareholder at the firm of Richards Brandt Miller Nelson. Steven: And today’s episode takes us… Read more »

Law Is Stranger Than Fiction | Episode 7 Immigration Dating

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT6JLB0fV5Q&feature=youtu.be Good afternoon and welcome to Law is Stranger than Fiction. I’m Steven Bergman. Barry: And I’m Barry Scholl. We’re shareholders at the Salt Lake City law firm of Richard Brandt Miller Nelson and today our special guest is Barbara Melendez,head of our immigration law department, who’s gonna answer the question, what do you do… Read more »

CDDC Announce 2018 Award Winners

The 4th Annual Intermountain Construction Defect and Dispute Conference was held Friday, February 9th, 2018 at which the organizers recognized five professionals in the community for their contributions in the construction industry. Lincoln Harris received the Attorney of the Year Award honoring him for his level of excellence and longtime service in the field of construction… Read more »

Law Is Stranger Than Fiction | Episode 5 Squirrel

https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Hnn-993eIxc Steven: Good afternoon. I’m Steven Bergman, one of your hosts of Law is Stranger than Fiction. Barry: And I’m Barry Scholl, the other host. Steven: We are shareholders in the Salt Lake City law firm of Richards Brandt Miller Nelson and today’s story is rankly just plain nuts. Barry? Barry: Yes this, ironically enough, is a story… Read more »

Law is Stranger than Fiction Episode 6 Immigration Prostitution

Steven: Good afternoon and welcome to another session of Law is Stranger than Fiction. I am one of your co-hosts Steven Bergman. Barry: And I am Barry Scholl, the other co-host. We are shareholders in the law firm of Richards Brandt Miller Nelson in Salt Lake City. Steven: Today we have a special guest, Barbara Melendez, the… Read more »

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – Where are we now?

Kendall Moriarty February 2018 Limbo.  On June 15, 2012, President Obama unveiled a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (or “DACA”) which would provide employment authorization and protection from deportation for individuals who entered the United States as children and who had never committed a deportable crime.  The program began accepting applications on August… Read more »