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Inside or out, people matter in the practice of law

People are the key. Whether those people are your employees or the outside counsel you have to work with, relationships with people may be the backbone of how a general counsel attorney practices law. At least, so said the panelists ...

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September 21, 2015

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September 14, 2015

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Long-running trial pays out on damages, but not relocation

A Jackson County jury handed down a $5.9 million verdict in the case of the 2013 explosion at JJ’s Bar & Grill, seeming to pay out on the damages from the explosion, but not the cost of relocating the upscale restaurant from its space on Kansas City’s Country Club Plaza.

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August 31, 2015

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Jury sides mostly with JJ’s over damage from blast

After more than a day of deliberations, a Jackson County jury handed down a $5.9 million verdict in the case of the 2013 explosion at JJ’s Bar & Grill, with the majority of the fault falling on the shoulders of one defendant.

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Closings begin in wine bar explosion trial

A perceived lack of remorse on the part of a utility company spurred on a plaintiff’s attorney during closing arguments in a property damage case that is coming to a close after six weeks of trial in Jackson County.

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August 24, 2015

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An affirmed dismissal ends up a boon for gay rights

At first glance it may have appeared that the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District on Tuesday turned away a woman seeking custody of the children she raised with her same-sex partner. But while the court said the woman lacked ...

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August 17, 2015

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August 10, 2015

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