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Teitelman honored at Missouri Lawyers Awards
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2017-01-27
Missouri Lawyers Weekly on Friday honored Judge Richard B. Teitelman with — what else? — a party….
2016 V&S award winners announced
Posted by: Staff Report on 2017-01-04
Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s 2017 Missouri Lawyers Awards on Jan. 27 will honor attorneys for their achievements in 2016. The awards include attorneys from Missouri firms who won the largest civil victories in the state, from both sides of the courtroom….
Richard Teitelman named Lawyer of the Year
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2016-12-07
Meet our 2017 Missouri Lawyers Award winners…
Mark Emison
Posted by: David Baugher on 2016-10-13
Practice areas: Personal injury, product liability Law School: University of Chicago   Few things hit more viciously at the foundations of the law than the thought of a person convicted of a crime he or she did not commit – sometimes simply because the defendant could not afford suitable counsel. It is a problem Mark…
Category(s): Up & Coming 2016
Daniel Finney III
Posted by: David Baugher on 2016-10-12
Practice areas: Civil litigation-personal injury, malpractice, wrongful death Law school: Saint Louis University Daniel P. Finney III was characterized by one nominator as “one of the more accomplished young attorneys in Missouri.” Finney has been honored as a part of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum which has less than 1 percent of American attorneys as…
Category(s): Up & Coming 2016
KC attorney Denise Henning dies
Posted by: Jessica Shumaker on 2016-09-14
Raychel Denise Henning, known for her role as a mentor in the legal community died Sept. 11. She was 50. Henning, founder of The Henning Law Firm in Kansas City, died at St. Luke’s Hospice House, according to her obituary from Park Lawn Northland Chapel in Liberty. Henning graduated magna cum laude from the University…
Category(s): Lawyers In The News
Rice lawyers’ fund owed money from Ark. settlement
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2016-08-31
A fund for attorneys who prosecuted a massive lawsuit over genetically modified rice got a little bit bigger following a federal appellate court’s ruling. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that 10 percent of a $92 million settlement between two companies in Arkansas state court will have to go into a fund…
Category(s): Local,Top News,News
Jury rules in favor of Deere & Company in benzene case
Posted by: Jessica Shumaker on 2016-07-01
A Jackson County jury returned a verdict in favor of Deere & Company on Thursday afternoon on claims that exposure to products under the John Deere brand were linked to a Lee’s Summit man’s cancer. Nine of the 12 jurors returned verdicts finding that Deere was not liable on counts of negligence, strict product liability…
Category(s): Verdicts & Settlements
Bill to change value of medical damages goes to governor
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2016-06-29
When the Republican-led Missouri Legislature overhauled the state’s tort laws in 2005, lawmakers considered a major change to the way evidence of medical damages would be introduced in personal injury suits. The final version of the bill settled on a more modest change. Now, 11 years later, that original idea is getting new life. The…
Category(s): Top Stories
Bill to change value of medical damages goes to governor
Posted by: Scott Lauck on 2016-05-02
When the Republican-led Missouri Legislature overhauled the state’s tort laws in 2005, lawmakers considered a major change to the way evidence of medical damages would be introduced in personal injury suits. The final version of the bill settled on a more modest change. Now, 11 years later, that original idea is getting new life. The…
Category(s): Local,News

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