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Litigation Utah-Style - the Hatch-Jenson (Robbins) Connection - Updated

Dec 09, 2009, 18:47 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"Might that Hatch-Jenson connection to Mark Robbins be at least part of why Darl McBride was let go, I can't help but ask? How could Hatch represent SCO, with McBride at the helm, and also represent Jenson, whose business associate, Mark Robbins, is suing McBride in New York State in the Pelican mess? I don't know if they are still associates, but it's awkward, no?

"Wait. There's more.

"The Pelican claims sounded, frankly, weird to me when I first read them, including claims of Darl McBride and Robert Brazell setting up a website to defame Robbins. What legitimate businessman would do something that stupid, I wondered? And yet, look what I just stumbled upon in the Deseret News. A criminal case settled last year in Utah involving Jenson. Hatch's firm represented Jenson in that matter, too, and he is individually named as participating in the matter in numerous media accounts. The case is every bit as weird as anything in Pelican, with accusations of fraud, racketeering, reputational attacks on witnesses, and political pressure.

"The criminal case against Jenson ended up in the lap of the Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. From the Deseret News article:"

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