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Is Kansas City strangling the diversity plan for marijuana?

By Christopher M. McHugh and Andrew J. Goodwin, Seigfreid Bingham, P.C.

On recommendation of the City Council Transportation and Infrastructure
Committee, it looks like Kansas City is on the verge of passing an ordinance
requiring any medical marijuana business in the city […]

4 Legal Reasons Why MU is Wrong on Medical Marijuana

By Christopher M. McHugh and Andrew J. GoodwinJune 24, 2019Kansas City – Relatively recently, the University of Missouri – using “a regression to obtain the predicted value of the fraction of population who are qualified patients” – attempted to predict […]

Vering inducted Fellow by The College of Labor & Employment Lawyers

(Washington, DC) – The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers is proud to announce the election of John A. Vering of Seigfreid Bingham, P.C. as a new Fellow.  Election as a Fellow is the highest recognition by one’s colleagues of […]

Kansas Supreme Court Overturns Statutory Cap On “Pain and Suffering” And Other Noneconomic Damages In Personal Injury Cases

By Chris Tillery

On Friday, June 14,
2019, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that Kansas’s statutory cap on damages for
noneconomic injuries – such as “pain and suffering” – unconstitutional in
personal injury lawsuits, holding:

“Section 5 of the
Kansas Constitution Bill of Rights […]

Seigfreid Bingham launches new cannabis practice

Seigfreid Bingham is now offering services by way of Cannabis Law with the addition of a new practice group. The new and developing economy of cannabis presents legal issues in almost every area imaginable; regulatory, employment, tax and […]

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 […]