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Utah Medical

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Files motion for summary judgment of suit brought against it in June 1993 by former President William Dean Wallace, who alleges he was wrongfully terminated. In June 1992, Wallace was indicted on charges including insider trading, but was acquitted that December ("The Gray Sheet" Jan. 4, 1993, In Brief). Following his acquittal, Wallace returned to Utah Medical, but was let go in April 1993, according to the firm



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