After it was announced earlier this year that Vail Resorts would be operating Canyons Resort. Vail representatives said they would also take over in the legal fight between Talisker and the Park City Mountain Resort.

Despite those assertions, Talisker was represented in a court hearing Tuesday, July 31, by its long-time counsel, John Lund, who said he will continue to handle the case.

But some questions remain, though, about just who the clients are now, behind the legal dispute. Rick Brough has more.

Although there is a pending legal fight between Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings, the Resort was still able, last ski season, to use its ski mountain, the subject of a disputed lease from Talisker.

However, the rent that the Mountain Resort pays on the ski terrain has been hung up, due to the dispute between the two companies. That was mentioned by attorneys on both sides as they appeared in Third DIstrict Court. Rick Brough has more.

Originally aired July 29, 2013.  

The Park City Mountain Resort is asking to add two more causes of action in its lawsuit against Talisker-the landlord for the Resort's ski terrain. 

The Mountain Resort says that a breach of its lease has occured, with the news that Vail Resorts is operating Canyons - and also, apparently taking over the lease of the 3700 acres of ski mountain used by the Mountain Resort.

  Originally aired July 4, 2013.

Summit County manager Bob Jasper has produced a flow chart so that he – and the rest of us – can figure out who does what at Canyons Resorts.  KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher reports.