Langdon & Emison announces the recent addition of attorney Tricia Campbell to its mass tort litigation division. She will play a leadership role in helping Langdon & Emison manage multiple mass tort dockets and expand into new torts.
Langdon & Emison partner Brett Emison is a recipient of the 2017 American Association for Justice Distinguished Service Award. Emison was honored at the AAJ Annual Convention in Boston, July 22-25, 2017.
Langdon & Emison's Angie Berry has been recognized in this week's edition of Missouri Lawyers Weekly, as a recipient of the 2017 "Unsung Legal Heroes" award, for the category of firm administrator. The awards go to honorees in the categories of IT, marketing, HR, and all areas of law firm management.
The Associated Press issued a story recently on the Takata bankruptcy, featuring Kent Emison on the impact of how citizens may be affected by the filing. Japanese air bag maker Takata has been sued over deaths and injuries caused by its exploding air bag inflators.
The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys' annual convention wrapped up last week, with CLE presentations from our attorneys being a key part of the substantive sessions. This year's conference was at Lake of the Ozarks, where trial attorneys from throughout the state were treated to CLE presentations, awards presentations, and networking.
If you’re an attorney looking for tips on enhancing recovery in personal injury cases, check out Langdon & Emison’s Summer 2017 newsletter. This issue is filled with articles that offer practical tips for maximizing the value of your client's case.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit has affirmed a $4.5 million verdict in favor of U.S. Marine Aaron Eckerberg for the injuries he sustained when a commercial vehicle, owned and operated by Inter-State Publishing Company, collided with his vehicle.
Langdon & Emison has reached a $700,000 settlement with Americorp Xpress Carriers, a Texas-based trucking company that negligently hired a commercial driver with a criminal record, substantial driving convictions and history of drug use.
J. Kent Emison, founding member of the personal injury law firm Langdon & Emison, was honored during the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys’ annual banquet with the Thomas G. Strong Trial Attorney Award last night. The award was conceived to honor the Missouri attorney who best exemplifies the qualities of professionalism, ethics, character and courtroom success.
Langdon & Emison, a personal injury law firm with offices in Missouri and Illinois, announces the promotion of trial attorney Mark Emison to partner, effective immediately.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week rejected a request from General Motors to curb lawsuits from its ignition-switch defect.
Partner Kent Emison was a featured speaker yesterday at the Western District of Missouri's CLE presentation on Innovation in Litigation. Kent spoke on "Issues in High Profile Trials," including publicity, technology in the courtroom, strategy with opening/closing arguments, depositions, and more.
The first edition of the Langdon & Emison newsletter has been printed and is available for viewing here. The firm issues this quarterly brochure to anyone interested in news from the firm and hot topics from the worlds of civil litigation, public safety and consumer products.
A Cook County, Illinois jury awarded Christopher Cravatta $5.3 million in a unanimous verdict after a five-week trial in Chicago after he sustained devastating injuries while working as an engineer for Metra. Cravatta sustained an annular tear in his L4-5 disc requiring surgery and was unable to return to work as an engineer after Metra medically disqualified him from the job. He was injured when he slipped on a combination of oil, snow, and ice while stepping from the locomotive to a passenger car at Chicago’s Union Station.
The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys has continued its Emergency Response program in conjunction with the American Red Cross, counting on volunteers from member firms like Langdon & Emison. The latest chapter in the disaster relief program has been helping victims from communities affected by recent tornadoes, like Oak Grove, Mo., and much of Boone County. Langdon & Emison attorney Brennan Delaney was one of the volunteer lawyers onhand in this most recent meeting, following the early March severe weather.
The Wall Street Journal published an in-depth article on the nation's shortage of truck drivers. It has often been reported that the companies that manage and employ drivers cause perpetually high turnover among truck drivers. This leads to unsafe drivers behind the wheels of big rigs.
Takata has finally pleaded guilty to deceiving automakers about the safety of its airbags. This week's guilty plea by Takata in federal court, as well as the new accusations against automakers in a separate lawsuit, show that legal proceedings in the airbag scandal continue to move forward.
The Lexington Minutemen Special Athletes will participate in the Special Olympics Missouri State Games March 17-19, and businesses from the area are showing their support. Langdon & Emison is one of the groups who is supporting the Special Athletes program with a gift to their trip to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for the state Games.
Langdon & Emison continues to accept potential cases on behalf of patients who suffered serious infections after a knee, hip or other joint replacement surgery. These lawsuits over 3M Bair Hugger blankets allege the device, which is used in hospitals across the country, exposed patients to contaminated air from the operating room, causing MRSA, sepsis and other serious infections.
Langdon & Emison was a proud sponsor of several 2016 Health and Resource Fairs that served more than 1,500 Latino and ethnic families that lack health insurance and related resources.
Langdon & Emison was pleased to host the University of Missouri-Kansas City Hispanic Law Student Association (UMKC HLSA) at a Missouri Mavericks game Jan. 27, 2017, at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
A mother who tirelessly advocated for automotive safety after losing her daughter in the crash of a vehicle with a defective General Motors ignition switch is being honored for the first Clarence M. Ditlow III Safety Champion Award.