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Seigfreid Bingham announces leadership changes

 

Nov 1, 2018

Kansas City – Seigfreid Bingham, P.C.  announces two new leaders of the firm’s Executive Committee as result of a recent election.

Joining the Executive Committee are shareholders Rachel Baker and Katie Zogleman, who are joining current members Lance Formwalt, […]

Don’t Let Inattention Cripple Your Business: Simple Tips for Protecting Trade Secrets & Client Relationships

By John A. Vering & Brenda G. Hamilton

 You are risking loss of valuable business information and customer relationships if your non-compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements are not effective and up-to-date with the law.

 Few businesses can afford to have their trade […]

Not Feeling ‘Comphy’ – Bedding Company Sues Amazon Over Search Engine

By Lori Beam 

In a complaint filed last month, upscale bedding company, The Comphy Co., claims Amazon is violating trademark and other laws by providing search results for inferior third-party bedsheets, including similarly named “Comfy” brand sheets, when consumers search on […]

Tips for Determining Damages for Breach of Fiduciary Duty

By Fritz Riesmeyer and Emily Crane

Trial counsel is increasingly called upon to address an exception to the attorney-client privilege known as the crime-fraud exception. Under this exception, a request is made for communications between a client and its attorney, based […]

Seigfreid Bingham Mourns the Passing of Larry J. Bingham

Kansas City, Missouri (June 21, 2018) – Seigfreid Bingham, P.C. expresses its deepest condolences upon the death of one of its founding members and former managing partner.  Larry J. Bingham, 78, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2018 with his […]

Invest in Accessibility on Your Website, Too!

By Lori Beam

When you think about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you probably picture wheelchair ramps, handicap parking spaces, and braille writing on ATMs making places of public accommodations accessible to people with disabilities.

The ADA’s protections no longer apply […]

Dilly, Dilly, Don’t Get Served for Infringing Trademark

By Lori Beam

Before launching your new company or product, you should conduct a thorough trademark search and choose a name available for use.

What you should not do is wing it and expect only the lighthearted enforcement Modist Brewery Company received […]

Will Delta Airlines ‘Keep Climbing’ With Customers?

By Lori Beam

After its latest move to claim use of customers’ social media images, some are wondering if Delta Airlines should change its slogan from “Keep climbing” to “Keep overreaching”.

In December Delta Airlines made a major update to its SkyMiles […]