Summer 2022 L&E Newsletter Published | LE
The summer 2022 edition of the Langdon & Emison newsletter is being distributed nationwide to attorneys, law professors, and all those interested in civil litigation […]
Michael Politte was 14 years old when he witnessed his mother burning to death on the floor of their trailer. At 18, Michael was wrongly […]
Langdon & Emison pro bono client Michael Politte was released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center on April 22, 2022. Michael will continue his legal […]
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.
2019 KCMBA Fellows of the Bar have been announced…
Langdon & Emison is pleased to announce that Brett Emison has been awarded membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates.
UMKC School of Law’s newest alumni magazine has featured commentary from a couple of Langdon & Emison attorneys, in a great profile of the leadership and career of Hon. Zel Fischer.
The spring 2018 edition of the Langdon & Emison newsletter has been published. Inside this edition, you can read about defective Takata airbags, truck accident […]
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.
This weekend the firm was represented at the annual Rock the Parkway half-marathon and 5K. Contributions from the event go toward Girls on the Run, and […]
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 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.