Brett Emison Receives AAJ “Above and Beyond” Award for 2022 | LE
Partner Brett Emison was honored with a 2022 “Above and Beyond” Award from the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Brett received the award at the […]
Brett Emison has published this look at how spotting a product liability case, particularly in the arena of auto products liability, can make or break your client’s potential case. Read more here on how these matters can be correctly identified.
Brett Emison authored this piece on tort reform in the state of Missouri, which appeared in a recent edition of the Kansas City Star.
Missouri attorneys spoke before the state legislature on various bills this session dedicated to “tort reform.” Brett Emison is currently president of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys.
Brett Emison has received an influential award and committee leadership position from the AAJ…
Brett Emison this week became the fourth Langdon & Emison attorney to be named president of one of the nation’s top trial lawyer associations.
This edition of the L&E newsletter includes stories on the topics of dangerous drugs, auto product defects, community service news and more.
The American Association for Justice has released its perspective, sharing with media contacts nationwide how consumers and workers are harmed by forced arbitration.
The analysis and commentary of Kent Emison and Michael Serra were featured in this winter’s edition of AIEG Voice magazine, this time on defective guardrails.
Linda Lipsen, CEO of the American Association for Justice, offers a statement to media re. the SEC’s “no action” relief this week related to mandatory arbitration.
Langdon & Emison is pleased to announce that Brett Emison has been awarded membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates.
Langdon & Emison paralegal Alesia Emison has been named the 2018 Paralegal of the Year by the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Emison was selected from paralegal candidates across the country and will accept the award July 8 at AAJ’s Annual Convention in Denver.