Steve Brazell, the Armer Texas Trust (Aka Texas Armer Trust), a.t. Family Investment, LLC (Fka Thomas Family Limited Partnership), the Arvin Investment Group, the Beals Revocable Trust, Lawrence P. Benkes, Victoria Townsend (Fka Victoria Benkes), Suzanne Billingsly, Mark A. And Alexis C. Brausa, Jeffrey De. Brazell, the Brooks Family Trust, Scott Day, Howard N. Esbin, June K, Esbin, Ronald Finken, David A. French, Piotr Gorodetsky, Vasily Gorodetshy, Scott and Cindy Hambrecht, Hitman, Inc., Craig S. Kagel, Jakl Industries, Tyler and Lindsey Labrum, Tiffany Lowry, Tom Mack, Jeff and Jennifer Mallas, Gary L. Mills, Peter J. McLaughlin, Michelle Nieto, Jeffery Scott Reineche, Flint Richardson, the Rusch Family Trust, Richard Schlesinger, the Cccm Living Trust, Red Rock Properties Group, Jeff and Tina Rogers, Quinn Smith, S. Kevin Smith, Philip J. Stoddart, Jason Straub, Ray A. Stokes, Anthony Tegano, Mark M Truncle, and Scott Warner, Appellants/Plaintiffs, v. Robert Brazell, In-Store Broadcasting Network, LLC, In-Store Broadcasting Holdings, LLC, Ibn Media, LLC, In-Touch LLC, In-Touch Media, LLC, Talos Partners, LLC, Von Whitby, Robert W. Kasten, Jr., Robert E. Wiley, and Robin Nebels, Appellees/Defendants
Appeal from the Third District Court, Salt Lake County, District Civil Case No. 130900740
Public record document (some rights may be reserved).
Legal Brief, Brazell Armer Te v. Brazell, No. 20150140 (Utah Court of Appeals, 2016).
Original Brief Submitted to the Utah Supreme Court; digitized by the Howard W. Hunter Law Library, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.