Park City Mountain Resort

Everyone's wondering in the next month if a court-ordered mediation will solve the legal conflict between Talisker and the Park City Mountain Resort.

In any event, it's a tool commonly used today, according to retired Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, who's now a professional mediator. Rick Brough has more.

In about a month, August 15th, we're scheduled to hear from the Park City Mountain Resort, and Vail Resorts/Talisker about whether they've been able to reach a resolution in a court-ordered mediation.
Former Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, who now works as a mediator, says that the heads of the resort companies are capable people, trying to come to a good decision for them and the community. Rick Brough has more.

Park City Municipal has sent a follow up correspondence to the CEO's of Vail Resorts and Powdr Corp, expressing support for a "broader resolution" to their legal dispute which would include an operational plan for the resort to remain open for the upcoming ski season. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Likely bombarded by media calls, the first official statement regarding the court-ordered mediation between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts was released this morning. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

As Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts work to settle their legal differences, Third District Court Judge Ryan Harris has officially signed and filed the Order of Restitution, evicting Park City Mountain Resort. That eviction has been stayed for now. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Two weeks ago, Third District Court judge Ryan Harris ordered Park City Mountain resort and Vail Resorts into mediation to work out their differences with a deadline to have it resolved by August 15th. But given the secrecy of the negotiations, it'll be another month-and-a-half before the community finds out if they could do that. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has this update.

While Park City leaders have gone on record saying they don't have a dog in the fight between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts and Talisker, the reality is they do - and sent a letter to both parties last week offering to help them settle their legal disagreements for the good of the entire community. Leslie Thatcher reports.

Short of a resolution to the two year battle between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts and Talisker over the 3,000 acres of ski terrain now under lease to Vail, Park City leaders say a court mandated mediation was the best thing that could happen. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

The two sides in the Park City ski resort fight have been ordered into mediation by Thursday District Judge Ryan Harris and now have until August 15th to see if they can reach a resolution. 

In last week's oral argument the Park City Mountain Resort said it has tried over and over to find a resolution.  At the same time, the attorney for Talisker Land Holdings and Vail offered what he said is a solution to the problem.  Rick Brough has more. 

Immediate public reaction in Park City to the news that clears the way for the Talisker eviction of PCMR from its ski terrain included the full range of emotions .  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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