News & Publications

Mock Courtroom at the University of Utah named for Colin King

18 April 2017 Published in News & Publications
The S.J. Quinney School of Law at the University of Utah recently named a mock courtroom after DKOW partner Colin P. King.

DKOW Sponsors 51st Air Law Symposium

13 April 2017 Published in News & Publications
Dewsnup King Olsen Worel Havas Mortensen was proud to be a gold level sponsor for the 51st Annual Air Law Symposium, which is the oldest and largest aviation law symposium in the world. The conference was attended by more than 500 aviation lawyers and industry representatives, and explored a wide variety of aviation law topics.

Alan Mortensen Speaks at 51st Annual SMU Air Law Symposium

12 April 2017 Published in News
Partner Alan Mortensen was honored to speak at the 51st Annual SMU Air Law Symposium on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Alan's presentation was entitled "Should I Buy New or Use? - What is a 'new' part, a 'rebuilt' part and a 'used part' under the General Aviation Revitalization Act and does it matter". The Journal of Air Law and Commerce sponsors the oldest and largest annual aviation law symposium in the world. The conference was held in Dallas, Texas.

Dewsnup, King, Olsen, Worel, Havas, Mortensen brings suit against Polaris for UTV fire which injured two Utah passengers, caused blaze over more than 100 acres

30 September 2016 Published in News
DKOW is representing Utah family members who were seriously burned while riding a Polaris RZR Model Utility Task Vehicle, suffering injuries that required skin grafts. The American Fork Canyon fire became so intense that the U.S. Forest Service made water and fire retardant drops on a blaze that spread to more than 100 acres. The fire was not an isolated occurrence, as there have more than 200 recent incidents of fire and burn hazards involving Polaris vehicles, including three deaths, and at least eight recalls by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in three and a half years, including four in 2016 alone. In July this year, members of a Utah family were enjoying a Pioneer Day weekend recreational outing in American Fork Canyon while riding a Polaris RZR Model Utility Task Vehicle, unaware that the back seat was about to burst into flames. Two passengers – the mother and…