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Obligation To Serve The Public
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2001-06-11
In an interesting twist, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce asked her former rival Paul J. Passanante to represent the office in the federal cases filed by the Innocence Project. Both lawyers were candidates for St. Louis Circuit Attorney before Passanante dropped out of the race in 1999 to form Simon, Lowe & Passanante, a…
Category(s): News Story
Up And Coming Lawyers (116849)
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-10-30
“This is an exciting time for plaintiffs’ attorneys,” says Lexington attorney Bradley D. Kuhlman. “We have been vilified for a long time by insurance companies and manufacturers, but now that the Bridgestone/Firestone problems have been exposed by plaintiffs’ attorneys, we’re getting favorable treatment from the media and politicians. “We’ve screamed about safety issues for 10…
Category(s): Special Feature
Big Verdict Can Transform A Young Lawyer’s Practice
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-08-07
An attorney’s first big win affects more than just the pocketbook, according to lawyers who have received million-dollar verdicts or settlements early in their careers. It changes their relationships not only with other lawyers, who begin to take settlement negotiations more seriously, but also with other clients, who sometimes create unreasonable expectations for their own…
Category(s): News Story
Suits For Legal Fees Can Be Dangerous, But Are Feasible
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-05-15
Suing a client for unpaid legal fees is a practice discouraged by most legal experts, especially malpractice insurance carriers. They say the risk of a counterclaim for malpractice and the squandering of time that could be spent on billable matters outweigh the possibility of getting paid. But when the outstanding bill is substantial and there…
Category(s): News Story
Carnahan’s Legal Legacy Most Apparent On Bench
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-03-27
Gov. Has Named Almost Half Of Ct. Of Appeals…
Category(s): News Story
Top Verdicts Of 1999 (114693)
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-02-28
A repairman whose face was crushed and horribly disfigured by a falling dumbwaiter won a $9.2 million products liability suit in Jackson County in May against the company that sold and installed the dumbwaiter. Represented by Evan Douthit, James D. Walker Jr. and Randall L. Rhodes of Kansas City, the repairman argued that the dumbwaiter…
Category(s): Special Feature
Lawyers In The News
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 2000-02-21
Gregory L. Ash of Overland Park, Kan. has been elected partner with Spencer Fane Britt & Browne. He practices in the area of employee benefits. Prior to joining Spencer Fane, he practiced with the Washington D.C. firm of Latham & Watkins. He received his bachelor’s and law degrees from the University of Kansas and served…
Category(s): Lawyers In The News
Bi-State Finds Defenders At Armstrong Teasdale
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 1999-12-27
Close watchers of the Verdicts & Settlements page may have noticed that a pair of attorneys with Armstrong Teasdale in St. Louis have been racking up defense wins for a client with little jury appeal the Bi-State Development Corp. As reported in the Dec. 13 issue, Countess Price won a case for the St. Louis…
Category(s): Local,News
What’s My Case Worth? A Web Site Answer
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 1999-07-26
An accident victim’s most important question, according to Don Frankenfeld of Frankenfeld Associates Interactive, is, “What is my case worth?” And he thinks allowing a person to answer that question free of charge with a visit to a firm’s site is a guaranteed way to get clients. Frankenfeld’s Rainmaker web page at www.frankenfeld.com/promo provides an…
Category(s): Local,News
10 Years Ago In Missouri Lawyers Weekly
Posted by: MO Lawyers Media Staff on 1999-05-03
Damages Not Limited To Plaintiff’s Prayer In Cases From Before 1988 A new Missouri Supreme Court rule governing prayers for damages can be used by plaintiffs now to amend prayers on causes of action that arose before the rule’s effective date, the Missouri Court of Appeals ruled last week. Rule 55.05 was amended effective Jan….
Category(s): Special Feature

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