DJP attorneys Wm. Kelly Nash and Kimberly N. Baum recently prevailed in an appeal filed before the Utah Court of Appeals. In a February 24, 2017 published decision (2017 UT App 36), the appellate court affirmed the district court’s denial of a Motion to Set Aside a Default Judgment. The case concerned constitutional and procedural due process issues, including whether service through publication provides adequate notice. The court waived oral arguments and determined the case based on briefing alone. Mr. Nash and Ms. Baum were successful in briefing and addressing the unique constitutional and procedural issues and were pleased to obtain a favorable outcome for the firm’s client.
Wm. Kelly Nash’s practice focuses on a range of business litigation and corporate law related matters. Mr. Nash is a shareholder in the firm’s Lehi office.
As a trial lawyer, Wm. Kelly Nash has extensive experience in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout the Western U.S., with emphasis in complex commercial litigation, including contract, securities, employment, healthcare, ERISA, construction, sales, trade practices, MLM, IP, licensing, insurance, product defect, finance, real estate, leasing and other business law subjects.
Ms. Baum has experience in a range of complex commercial and civil litigation matters, including contract enforcement, tort claims, employment issues, alter ego and fraudulent transfer claims, construction defects, corporate ownership disputes, family law, appeals, temporary restraining orders/preliminary injunctions, and other related issues. Ms. Baum also works with a variety of businesses in assessing and ensuring compliance with various statutes and regulations for a range of industries, including multi-level marketing, education and self- improvement, and over goods management and transportation.