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  1. September 13, 2023

    Judge Won't Let Insurer's Employee Slip Investors' Fraud Suit

    A Utah federal judge has lifted a stay on real estate investors' lawsuit claiming breach of fiduciary duty and unjust enrichment against a First American Title Insurance Co. worker, and granted the plaintiffs' voluntary dismissal of claims against the insurer.

  2. January 03, 2020

    Real Estate Adviser's Attys Slam Sanctions Bid In Fraud Suit

    Counsel for a real estate adviser did not misrepresent the facts in their fraud suit defense and should not be sanctioned for their efforts to have their clients dismissed from the case, the attorneys have told a Utah federal court.

  3. September 25, 2019

    Investors' Fraud Suit Is Too Vague, Developers Say

    The president of now-bankrupt property developer Noah's Corp. and construction firm Gabriel Management Corp. urged a Utah federal court to dismiss a "threadbare" complaint over misappropriated investor funds, arguing the investors' claims are too vague to be kept alive.

  4. June 25, 2019

    Development Co. Owner Must Put Cash Under Court Control

    A Utah federal judge on Monday ordered the owner of a development company accused of improperly using investor funds to place nearly $350,000 under court control, saying the investors showed they were likely to lose the only remedy for one of their claims without it.

  5. April 23, 2019

    Investors In Event Center Say Utah Developer Misled Them

    A group of investors sued a real estate company through which they purchased an Indiana event venue under a tenant-in-common ownership agreement, accusing the company Tuesday in Utah federal court of defrauding them by misrepresenting the profitability and potential risk of their $4.9 million investment in the property.