Brett Emison Published on Tort Reform Issues Facing State | LE
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.
Fox4 Problem Solvers aired this excellent piece of journalism on airbag defects in the U.S. You can view the story here.
A new study shows that Juul vaping devices are responsible for faster delivery of nicotine, and at higher concentrations.
Langdon & Emison continues to accept personal injury claims across the country related to Juul vaping products. Injuries have included seizures, popcorn lung, severe burns, and nicotine addiction.
2019 KCMBA Fellows of the Bar have been announced…
An eye-opening report from Thomson Reuters shows that the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs used a lot of game plan elements from a business line that preceded them: big tobacco.
In the midst of an increased death toll and announcements of layoffs, disturbing news about a whistleblower’s attempt at drawing attention to contaminated Juul pods may have been shot down internally…
Close to 300 new vaping injury cases have been reported since last week, bringing the nation’s total of serious lung injury cases to just over 1,080.
Langdon & Emison has litigated defective car seat cases for almost 30 years — here is the latest piece of news from the world of auto product defects.
Brett Emison has received an influential award and committee leadership position from the AAJ…