Kimball Parker

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Bio

CURRENTLY: CEO/FOUNDER of CO/COUNSEL. Before founding CO/COUNSEL, I worked at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan as a litigation associate. I graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 2013 where I was a published member of the law review and the President of the Dallin H. Oaks Society. Before law school, I worked as an advance representative to Michael O. Leavitt, the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services. I traveled to Singapore, Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, Nicaragua, France, Costa Rica, and China in advance of Secretary Leavitt to plan trips addressing avian flu, import safety, and HIV/AIDS. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Utah. For two years, however, I attended Westminster College. I was the captain of the Westminster College Men's Soccer Team and was an All-American nominee. Before college, I lived for two years in Guayaquil, Ecuador as a Mormon missionary.

Contributions

HMC MANAGEMENT v. New Orleans Basketball Club, 375 So. 2d 700 (La. Ct. App. 1979)
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In contract, alleging they are parties to a contract of lease with the Jazz providing the Superdome for the Jazz home games. They plead a lease of September, 1975 between LSED and Jazz, allege violations of that lease by Jazz in moving the team to Utah and thus refusing to play the home games in the Superdome; seek specific performance under the terms of the lease requiring the Jazz to play in the Superdome; and seek injunctive relief and damages.

Created on April 20, 2016 376

HMC MANAGEMENT v. New Orleans Basketball Club, 375 So. 2d 700 (La. Ct. App. 1979)
Link to Supporting Resource

In contract, alleging they are parties to a contract of lease with the Jazz providing the Superdome for the Jazz home games. They plead a lease of September, 1975 between LSED and Jazz, allege violations of that lease by Jazz in moving the team to Utah and thus refusing to play the home games in the Superdome; seek specific performance under the terms of the lease requiring the Jazz to play in the Superdome; and seek injunctive relief and damages.

Created on April 19, 2016 302

Occasionally, a Jazz fan may become frustrated and say things like "I hate the Jazz!" or "I'm never watching another Jazz game again!"  When in the heat of the moment, these outbursts are tolerated, and not grounds to revoke Jazz fanhood.

However, if the frustration lasts for an extended period of time, or the statements are made away from an exceedingly frustrating situation, fanhood may be questioned. 

Created on April 19, 2016 7

Loyalty is the cornerstone characteristic of any true Jazz fan.  The pillars to Jazz loyalty include:

  1. Other NBA Teams.  A Jazz fan may enjoy watching other NBA teams, and even cheer for one NBA team over another—with the exception of the Lakers.  But a Jazz fan may never cheer for a team that is either facing the Jazz or whose victory would harm the Jazz.  

  2. Losing Seasons.  Despite always being the best team, the Jazz may not always have the best record.  A true Jazz fan always cheers for the Jazz regardless. 

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The following provides information on being a fan of the Utah Jazz.  

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Created on March 16, 2016 1176

A plaintiff must file a medical malpractice lawsuit within a certain amount of time or the court will dismiss the case.  Information about what those timelines are can be found here.

Created on March 08, 2016 1029

Broussard v. US Army Medical Command, Case No. 2:13-cv-54 RJS, (D. Utah February 18, 2015)
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Finding that the government had not waived it's sovereign immunity to be sued by a serviceman for medical malpractice "arising out of or in the course of activity incident to military service."

Created on February 26, 2016 1281

If the health care provider is part of the US government, the government must waive its sovereign immunity to be sued.  In the case of servicemen and medical malpractice "arising out of or in the course of activity incident to military service," the government has not waived immunity.  

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