Hardinger v. Scott (State ex rel. B.B.)
In Hardinger v. Scott (State ex rel. B.B.), 2004 UT 39, 94 P.3d 252, the appellant did not identify the orders appealed from by name.
The Court reasoned that although "the notice of appeal was not a model of clarity, it adequately notified the appellees of the issues to be reviewed."
Moreover, the appellees did not claim that they were misled or in anyway prejudiced by the failure to list the orders separately.