USB14-0804. Certification for military legal assistance lawyers. Amend. Updates the standards for military lawyers who are allowed by military and federal law to assist certain persons who can receive military legal assistance.
USB14-0805. Admission for spouse of active military stationed in Utah. New. Allows spouses of servicemen and women who are stationed in Utah to serve as practicing lawyers under certain conditions.
Conforming and technical amendments:
USB14-0705. Admission by motion.
USB14-0712. Qualifications for admission based on UBE.
The Utah Supreme Court has adopted a new effective date of November 1, 2019 for the following rule. The rule was formerly effective May 1, 2019. The November date will accommodate programming changes necessary to effectuate the rule’s purposes.
URCP109. Injunction in certain domestic relations cases. New. Provides that in certain domestic relations cases, an injunction will enter upon the filing of the case. Its provisions address areas such as disposing of property, disturbing the peace of the other party, committing domestic violence, using the other party’s identification to obtain credit, interfering with telephone or utility service, modifying insurance, and behavior around the minor children. The injunction is binding on the petitioner upon filing the initial petition and on the respondent after the filing of the initial petition and upon receipt of a signed copy of the injunction as entered by the court.
USB14-0806. Admission pro hac vice. Amended. Changes include an increase in the application fee from $250 to $425 and the requirement that attorneys admitted pro hac vice pay an annual $425 fee to the Bar for each year they continue to practice in Utah.
URAP046. Considerations governing review of certiorari. Amended. The amendments to Rule 46 clarify the standards and grounds for review of a petition for certiorari.
URAP049. Petition for writ of certiorari. Amended. The amendments to Rule 49 contain minor changes to the requirements for a petition for certiorari.
URCrP007C. Material Witnesses – Procedure for Bond and Warrants. Amended. The amendments to rule 7C brings the rule in line with current practices. The rule clarifies the processes for securing a material witness’s testimony.
URCrP017. The trial. Amended. Elimination of the Advisory Committee Notes.
URCrP008. Amend. The amendments to rule 8 will make the rule consistent with developments in the law. The amendments will also require trial courts of record to appoint counsel on appeal from the roster maintained by the Board of Appellate Court Judges.
USB14-802. Amend. Authorization to practice to law. The amendments to Rule 14–802 clarify that the forms an LPP may use are forms approved by the Judicial Council.
Client – LLP Relationship
The amendments to the comments are to remove references to an organization as a client because an LPP may not represent an organization as a client.
URGLPP1.06. Confidentiality of information.
URGLPP1.07. Conflict of interest: current clients.
URGLPP1.08. Conflict of interest: current clients: specific rules.
URGLPP1.09. Duties to former clients.
URGLPP1.017. Sale of licensed paralegal practice.
URGLPP7.03. Solicitation of clients.
CJA04-0409. Council approval of Problem Solving Courts.
AMEND. Removes certification criteria from Rule 4-409 and adds those items to the Judicial Council’s problem solving court certification checklist. Clarifies and provided greater detail regarding the Judicial Council’s problem solving court certification process. Makes miscellaneous stylistic changes and minor non-substantive revisions.