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HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP: Erin Olshever Joins Husch Blackwell's Chattanooga Office

By Press release submission | Feb 18, 2019

Olshever comes to Husch Blackwell from New York City, where she practiced corporate real estate law and gained broad experience handling a diverse client portfolio.

Missouri woman alleges EcoSmart Insect Repellent is 'complete sham'

By Bree Gonzales | Feb 14, 2019

ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – A Missouri woman alleges that a brand of insect repellent is "a complete sham."

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Proponents of venue reform say out-of-state claimants have 'gamed' St. Louis city courts

By Record News | Feb 14, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY – Speaking for the Missouri Association of Trial Lawyers in opposing a bill that would tighten jurisdiction over civil suits, injury attorney Brett Emison argued that cities produce better trials because jurors have time and resources to sit for weeks, whereas jury prospects in rural counties have to get their crops in.

HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP: Nikelle Meade Named to Austin Black Business Journal Top 10 Central Texas Lawyers

By Press release submission | Feb 11, 2019

Nikelle Meade, partner in Husch Blackwell’s Real Estate & Development Group, has been named a 2019 Top 10 Central Texas Lawyer by the Austin Black Business Journal.

HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP: John Cruciani Named Fellow by the American College of Bankruptcy

By Press release submission | Feb 4, 2019

The American College of Bankruptcy (ACB) has selected Husch Blackwell partner John Cruciani as a Fellow in its 30th class, which will be inducted into the ACB in March 2019.

HUSCH BLACKWELL: Derek Taylor Elected to NAIOP Wisconsin Board of Directors

By Press release submission | Jan 29, 2019

Derek Taylor has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of NAIOP Wisconsin.

Centene directors, officers named in securities fraud suit over Health Net merger

By William Sassani | Jan 16, 2019

ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – Current and former directors and officers of Centene Corp. have been sued over allegations of securities fraud by the Carpenters Pension Fund and Iron Workers 11 Pension Fund in a federal court.

BRYAN CAVE: Bain Named 2019 Notable Woman in Law by ‘Crain’s New York Business’

By Press release submission | Jan 12, 2019

New York Partner Sonia Kaur Bain has been named to Crain’s New York Business“Notable Women in Law” list. This second annual honor roll of female attorneys “celebrates an exceptional pool of talented female attorneys in the New York City metropolitan area,” the publication stated.

OSHA cites U.S. Postal Service after heat-related death of Southern California postal worker

By Marian Johns | Jan 11, 2019

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif — The heat-related death of a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) worker has led to the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citing of the Woodland Hills, California, post office including more than $140,000 in penalties.

HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP: Chalon Clark Named 2019 Minority Business Leader in Dallas

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Jan 2, 2019

The Minority Business Leader Award program, now in its twelfth year, honors men and women throughout Dallas-Fort Worth for exceptional business and community leadership.

HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP: Michael Fielding Receives Top Legal Innovation Award from Missouri Lawyers Weekly

By Press release submission | Dec 6, 2018

Missouri Lawyers Weekly has recognized Husch Blackwell partner Michael Fielding among the honorees in the publication’s inaugural Top Legal Innovation Awards.

BRYAN CAVE: Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Elects 23 New Partners

By Press release submission | Nov 20, 2018

By a vote of the partnership, the international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has elected 23 new lawyers to partnership in the firm, effective Jan. 1, 2019.

Missouri law firm seeks to void $75,000 in fees for Indiana attorney

By Gabriel Neves | Nov 20, 2018

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Legal Newsline) – A Missouri law firm is seeking to void a total of $75,000 in fees regarding one of the attorneys who worked on a case of a man who passed away after receiving allegedly contaminated medication.

EEOC alleges Kansas City wedding venue owner fired witness to race discrimination claim

By Marian Johns | Nov 19, 2018

ANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A federal agency alleges a Kansas City wedding event venue owner fired an employee for substantiating a fellow worker's claim of race discrimination in violation of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

British Airways, Iberia to pay $5.8 million for allegedly falsely reporting mail delivery times

By Marian Johns | Nov 19, 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C. — British Airways and Iberia Airlines will pay $5.8 million to settle charges by the federal government that the airlines incorrectly reported internationally transported U.S. mail delivery times, according to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).

THE S.E. FARRIS LAW FIRM: The S.E. Farris Law Firm Named Among Fastest Growing Firms in U.S.

By Press release submission | Nov 16, 2018

The Law Firm 500 Award committee announced the list of 2018 Honorees for the third annual Law First 500 list.

BRYAN CAVE: Firm Receives DLI Law Firm Diversity Award

By Press release submission | Nov 16, 2018

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has been awarded a 2018 Diversity Law Institute Law Firm Diversity Award. The award was presented to San Francisco Partner Meryl Macklin on behalf of the firm at the Litigation Counsel of America 2018 Fall Conference & Celebration of Fellows.

HUSCH BLACKWELL LLP- MISSOURI: Nine Husch Blackwell Attorneys Named to 2018 Mid-South Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

By Press release submission | Nov 15, 2018

Mid-South Super Lawyers and Rising Stars 2018 has listed nine Husch Blackwell attorneys from the firm’s Chattanooga office.

Millions sought from successors of American Zinc, Lead and Smelting for cleanup costs of sites

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Nov 13, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Legal Newsline) – The federal government and several states and Native American tribes are seeking damages from two companies and executives over the alleged release of hazardous substances and multiple sites around the nation.

Plaintiffs pursue certification for class action against Dollar General over allegedly obsolete motor oil

By Gabriel Neves | Nov 2, 2018

KANSAS CITY. Mo. (Legal Newsline) – A group of consumers is seeking certification for a class action lawsuit against retailer Dollar General over allegations it sold obsolete motor oil that is not suitable for modern automobiles.

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