Judge Approves the Sale of Utah Law Firm

Judge Approves the Sale of Utah Law Firm

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LEHI, Utah (AP) -- A judge has approved the sale of one of Utah's most widely recognized law firms after a family dispute.

Yesterday, a judge approved the sale of 15-hundred personal injury cases of the Lehi law firm of Gregory, Barton and Swapp P-C. The firm was sold to founding partner Buddy W. Gregory and managing attorney Craig Swapp.

The law firm was renamed Gregory and Swapp P-L-L-C.

The former public face of the law firm's "One Call, That's All" slogan, Keith Barton, opened his own law firm last week.

Barton was sued by his sister-in-law for allegedly not paying her for advertising services. Barton was also accused by his father-in-law of borrowing money against the firm's assets for personal use and called for Barton's removal from the firm.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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