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Mother’s Day brunch at Slopes restaurant

Slopes Restaurant at Waldorf Astoria is spoiling moms this Mother’s Day with brunch from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. The brunch will include a variety of stations such as a breakfast, slice to order and dessert. The brunch will also include a bakery corner, salad bar, children’s buffet and more. The cost is $70 for adults and $25 for children. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 435-647-5566.


Maschoff Gilmore & Israelsen expands, renames itself Maschoff Brennan

Maschoff Gilmore and Israelsen, a law firm specializing in intellectual property, recently added 11 litigators to expand its litigation capabilities in both intellectual property and complex commercial litigations.

In recognition of these additions, the firm has changed its name to Maschoff Brennan Laycock Gilmore Israelsen & Wright, PLLC, or also known as Maschoff Brennan. As a result of the expansion, the firm now comprises 25 attorneys who work out of Park City, Salt Lake City and Orange County, Calif. responding to growth, the firm has moved its local headquarters to the Cottonwood Newpark building.


Prince Yeates law firm, Best of State

The law firm of Prince Yeates & Geldzahler has been named the winner in the Legal Services category for Utah’s Best of State Award for 2013. Now in its tenth year, the award program acknowledges excellence in a variety of industry sectors including business, entertainment, education, hospitality, retail, technology and sports.

The attorneys at Prince Yeates are proud to have been selected again for this honor, who previously won the award in 2011.

“Receiving the Best of State award twice in three years reflected the quality of service we provide to our clients. We believe that the award validates our presence and reputation in the Utah Legal market,” said John Thuet, firm president said in a press release.


Blue Boar Inn & Restaurant, four Best of State awards

In the fine dining Category, the Blue Boar was recognized for Best European and Best Plated Brunch. In the hospitality, travel and tourism category, the Blue Boar also received Best Inn and Best Bed-and-Breakfast honors. This is the ninth year they were selected for Best Bed-and-Breakfast, Best European Dining and Best Plated Brunch.

“We are truly honored to have received this recognition for almost a decade from such a distinguished organization that recognizes excellence in the community,” said Jay Niederhauser, innkeeper for the Blue Boar. “We believe these honors are a direct reflection of our executive chef, Eric May, and our employees’ commitment to providing our guests with the finest dining and lodging experience in the state.”

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