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Motion to Dismiss Secured for High-Profile Client in Alleged Abuse Case

On May 9, 2024, a Utah Court dismissed the case against Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams LLP’s client Katherine Ballard with prejudice under Utah’s newly enacted Uniform Public Expression Protection Act (Utah.Stat. § 78B-25-101, et seq.) (“UPEPA”). BKLW partners Thomas H. Bienert, Jr., Whitney Z. Bernstein, attorneys Alexis Paschedag Federico, Nancy […]

Olivia Weber joins BKLW as newest associate in growing complex civil litigation practice

Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams LLP is pleased to welcome Olivia Weber to the firm. Olivia focuses her practice on complex civil litigation disputes and has handled litigation at every stage, including pre-complaint investigation, trial, and appeal. She litigates high stakes cases for both plaintiffs and defendants. Olivia has represented clients […]

U.S. Department of Justice plans to make whistleblowing pay in more cases

High-ranking DOJ officials have announced a program in the works to improve the incentives to blow the whistle on large-scale corporate misconduct. The False Claims Act already provides monetary compensation to individuals who report fraud victimizing the federal government as a payor. (Field-specific agencies, such as the Securities and Exchange […]