Why March was a “Big” month

April 13, 2016

Just over ten years ago, I sat in a Westport office building wondering if I was making a mistake.  I had been in Kansas City only six months and was in the middle of a challenging first year at UMKC Law. Though the majority of my time was spent with my nose in a book, […]

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The End of Class Actions? U.S. Supreme Court Considers Important Case

November 06, 2015

In 1966, the U.S. Supreme Court revised Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and gave birth to the modern “opt-out” class action – the legal vehicle that allows one representative to bring suit on behalf of an entire group, seeking redress from a common defendant (or defendants) for damages suffered by each […]

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