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A federal judge in Pittsburgh awarded nearly $2 million in attorney fees following a class-action settlement for $4.4 million with Sprint Communications and other companies that installed fiber-optic
A decision excusing a lawyer for missing a notice of appeal filing deadline because he was unaware of a $2.4 million judgment against his client was reversed yesterday by a federal appeals court
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Jenner & Block who argued for the defendants, declined to comment. Stinson Morrison Hecker in Kansas City, Mo., also represented CenturyLink. "CenturyLink...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...great job," said H. Russell Frisby Jr., a partner in Stinson Morrison Hecker's Washington office and outside counsel to the Edison Electric Institute...
The National Collegiate Athletic Association surprised the sports world in June with unusually harsh sanctions against the University of Southern California for improper benefits accepted by Heisman
Reports of their demise, it turns out, were premature. For years, the regional firms that constitute much of the Second Hundred were told that they were exactly the wrong size: too big to compete wit
It may be a dry heat in Phoenix, but it's also a hot legal market for some national law firms moving into the desert city to take advantage of the region's flourishing economy
...soldiers in Iraq. Elsea of Kansas City, Mo.-based Stinson Morrison Hecker's Wichita, Kan., office sees poker tournaments as a new source...
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