Utah High Court Affirms Lower, 2.29% Postjudgment Rate in $9.5M Arbitration Dispute

“The UFJA provides a means of domesticating a foreign judgment and identifies how Utah courts must treat these domesticated judgments. Although the UFJA does not specifically address the question of postjudgment interest, subsection 78B-5-302(3) supports the district court’s conclusion,” Justice John Pearce said.


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