12:00-1:00 p.m., Clyde Snow (201 Main St #1300, 84111)
This program will explore the recent developments in the hearsay exception as discussed in State v. Goins, State v. Sanchez, and the evidentiary impact of Robinson v. Taylor.
Professor Louisa Heiny, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law
Louisa Heiny is a Professor in the S.J. Quinney College of Law, where she teaches Judicial Process, Legal Writing for Judicial Clerks and Interns, and Evidence. She also teaches and advises in the Academic Support Program. She received the Peter J. Billings Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015, and the Outstanding Faculty Award in both 2016 and 2017. She is co-author of the new textbook, Judicial Process: Cases and Materials, published in 2017. Prior to teaching at the University of Utah College of Law, Professor Heiny was a Professor of Legal Writing at the University of Colorado Law School from 2003 to 2009.
Rodney Snow, Clyde Snow, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Director and Shareholder, White Collar Crime, Government and Independent Investigations Practice Group Chair, ADR Practice Group Chair
Mr. Snow represents clients in a variety of commercial cases including legal and accounting malpractice actions. As part of his white collar crime practice, he represents corporate clients and officers in grand jury investigations and before federal and state administrative agencies. These agencies include the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Homeland Security (ICE), and the Department of Labor. He also conducts corporate investigations for management. Recently, he has been serving as a mediator and arbitrator for select cases.
Neil Kaplan, Clyde Snow, Director and Shareholder
Mr. Kaplan is co-chair of the firm’s White Collar Practice Group. His practice focuses on white collar crime investigations and trials, internal corporate investigations, criminal tax, securities, environmental, defense procurement, and related civil and administrative proceedings.