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Attorneys honored at annual Missouri Lawyers Awards
Posted by: Staff Report on 2018-02-05
Missouri Lawyers Media honored a number of attorneys at its recent annual Missouri Lawyers Awards — including Richard Scherrer as Lawyer of the year. About 300 people attended the Jan. 26 luncheon in St. Louis to honor the attorneys for exceptional legal work across the state. With top billing, Scherrer was honored for his…
KC attorneys win $100M settlement over Colorado copter crash
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2018-02-02
The Kansas City law firm of Robb & Robb reached a $100 million settlement for a flight nurse who was severely burned in a medical helicopter crash in Colorado….
Category(s): Editor’s Picks,Featured
Influential Lawyers-Michael C. Rader
Posted by: Jessica Shumaker on 2018-01-30
By all measures, 2017 was a good year for Michael Rader. The Leawood, Kansas-based partner with Bartimus Frickleton Robertson & Rader played a role in cases netting about $35 million in verdicts and settlements over the course of the year, with one case garnering international attention. Along with Todd Scharnhorst, an attorney for Scharnhorst Ast…
Law Firm Leader-Michael Angelides
Posted by: Allyssa D. Dudley on 2018-01-29
Michael Angelides’ legal career has been built on a foundation of hard work and the support of an exceptional team, he explained. And since 2001, when he joined Simmons Hanly Conroy as one of just seven attorneys, he has continued that strong foundation-building and teamwork. Today, he is managing shareholder of the firm, which has…
2018 Missouri Lawyers V&S winners announced
Posted by: Staff Report on 2018-01-05
The 2018 Missouri Lawyers Awards on Jan. 26 will honor attorneys for their accomplishments in 2017. Missouri Lawyers Weekly has already announced the qualitative winners, including Lawyer of the Year Richard Scherrer….
For witnesses, calling out sexual harassment is complicated
Posted by: Associated Press on 2017-12-19
Life was going well for Christopher Partee when the woman approached him in tears. The forklift operator had recently been made a permanent employee at a Memphis warehouse newly opened by a supply-chain logistics company. His new supervisor was friendly to him, giving him special assignments and sometimes grabbing lunch with him. Partee thought perhaps…
Category(s): MLW News Roundup
For witnesses, calling out sexual harassment is complicated
Posted by: Associated Press on 2017-12-19
Life was going well for Christopher Partee when the woman approached him in tears. The forklift operator had recently been made a permanent employee at a Memphis warehouse newly opened by a supply-chain logistics company. His new supervisor was friendly to him, giving him special assignments and sometimes grabbing lunch with him. Partee thought perhaps…
Category(s): National,News
Richard Scherrer named Lawyer of the Year
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2017-12-18
Meet our 2018 Missouri Lawyers Award winners…
St. Louis firm represents Arkansas railworker in $20M case
Posted by: Alan Scher Zagier on 2017-09-05
A St. Louis firm with a recent run of seven- and eight-figure railroad injury jury verdicts and settlements earned its fourth such victory since 2014 when an Arkansas court entered a $20.46 million default judgment for a paralyzed railroad worker. The June 19 judgment in Crittenden County, Arkansas came after defendant H&M International Transportation failed…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
New rule gets to medical bills’ bottom line
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2017-08-08
Changes to Missouri’s tort laws this year. Starting Aug. 28, lawyers will face new statutes on subjects ranging from insurance to workers’ compensation to employment, as well as new rules for submitting evidence to juries. This article is part of an occasional series to help lawyers navigate these new areas of the law….
Category(s): Local,Top News,News,Tort Takes

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