Divorce and Holiday Parent-Time in Utah – Tis the Season

If you are a separated or divorced parent confused over your holiday parent-time schedule, you are not alone.  You would think figuring out when you have your children for a holiday would be straightforward.  Unfortunately, it is not so easy if your custody order follows the statutory holiday schedules.  Oftentimes, even attorneys are unable to…

Ripple Effect 71: Water Infrastructure for Indian Country

Heather Tanana, Assistant Research Professor and Wallace Stegner Center Fellow at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, Associate Faculty at Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, walks us through the exciting funding opportunities for Indian Country under the recently passed bipartisan infrastructure bill. Heather brings fantastic professional and personal…

Ripple Effect 70: Corporate Water Stewardship

Cora Kammeyer, Senior Researcher at the Pacific Institute, talks us through her organization’s work to implement the UN’s CEO Water Mandate. Great discussion of the state of corporate water stewardship and next phases in a changing world.  

Clyde Snow Ranked in 2022 “Best Law Firms”

November 6, 2021  U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, for the 12th consecutive year, announce the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings. Clyde Snow & Sessions, P.C. has been ranked in the 2022 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list regionally in 10 practice areas. Firms included in…

The Rules Don’t Apply to Those Who Apply: Asking Applicants for Their COVID-19 Vaccination Status

Can you ask an applicant their COVID-19 vaccination status? November 4, 2021 By now, most employers have at least broached the question of whether they can request employees’ vaccination status. While employers can in fact request this medical information from employees and even terminate employees who do not comply with disclosure or vaccine requirements (with…

Ripple Effect 69: Water for the Lake

Marcelle Shoop, Saline Lakes Program Director for the National Audubon Society, brings welcome news of legal efforts to find a means of bringing water to the Great Salt Lake. The National Audubon Society with working partners Rio Tinto Kennecott, Central Utah Water Conservancy District, Division of Wildlife Resources, received authorization to bring almost 20,000 acre…