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Navigating the Workplace Impact of Evolving State Marijuana Legislation

By Curry Sexton

Since the first medical marijuana
laws were passed in the latter half of the 1990s, few industries have sparked
as much conversation and change as the cannabis industry.  These changes are impacting employers and
creating many questions relating to employee policies […]

Seigfreid Bingham Welcomes 2019 Summer Associate

Seigfreid Bingham is pleased to welcome Cody R. Weyhofen to the firm as a Summer Associate. Originally from Overland Park, Kan., Cody is a 2L at University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law, slated to graduate in May […]

What Constitutes “Wrongful Conduct” in Interference with Contractual or Economic Relations?

Courts have struggled with the question of when competition for business or employees crosses the line into an actionable tort.By Jamie Maggard, Chris Tillery, and Fritz Riesmeyer

Since claims for interference with contractual and/or economic relations were first recognized over a […]

Curry Sexton joins Seigfreid Bingham

Kansas City – Seigfreid Bingham is pleased to welcome Curry Sexton to the firm as a Litigation Associate. Sexton joined the firm in 2017 as a Summer Associate. Sexton is a 2018 graduate of Washburn University School of Law and […]

U.S. Department of Labor Announces Three Proposed Rule Changes Under FLSA

By John Vering and Curry Sexton

Following more than two years of regulatory inaction, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) has now issued three proposed rule changes under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) within the past month. First, on March […]

Hamilton Named Litigation Chair

Kansas City – Brenda Hamilton is the new chair of the Litigation & Trial Group practice at Seigfreid Bingham.

Hamilton, a shareholder who joined the firm in 2016, has 25 years of experience defending complex commercial lawsuits, prosecuting and defending […]

FTC Opts Not to Reopen the CAN SPAM

By Lori Beam

I can’t help thinking of opening a can of spam when I see the acronym CAN SPAM, referring to the lengthy-worded Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing Act. But, of course, we all know it as […]

2019 Employment Law: What to Expect & What to Do

By John Vering

 Expect more sexual harassment claims and more guidance from the EEOC on sexual harassment and recommended best policies.  In 2018, the EEOC received a record high 13,055 sexual harassment charges and filed 50 percent more lawsuits alleging […]