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    Five Frequently Asked Questions About Sexual Harassment

    1. Does sexual harassment have to involve sex? No. Sexual harassment does not have to involve any physical contact at all. Words alone may be enough. Examples include, but are not limited to: sexual advances, repeated requests for dates, lewd remarks, pornographic pictures, or sexual jokes. 2. What if the harassment is not sexual in Read More

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    Sexual Harassment – What can I do?

    Seemingly every day, there have been new allegations made against powerful men in various industries. From companies taking a second look at their sexual harassment policies to the tide of #MeToo stories flooding social media, the controversy has sparked the biggest national conversation on sexual harassment since the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas battle in the early Read More

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    Lawyer Humor

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    Kansas Appleseed Awards Luncheon

    On April 24, 2017, Larry Wall, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association President Elect 2017-18, attended the Kansas Appleseed Champions of Justice Awards Luncheon. He was happily joined by a number of local litigators including Monique Centeno, Anne Pankratz, David Rebein (current KTLA President), Tom Warner (KTLA President Elect 2018-19) and past Presidents Brad Prochaska and Lynn Read More

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    Defective Shoulder Replacement Device Recalled; High Fracture Rate

    Defective Shoulder Device RecalledFDA RECALLS SHOULDER DEVICE According to a U.S. Food & Drug Administration report, on February 16, 2017, Zimmer Biomet recalled its Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder System Humeral Tray Model 115340 because the defective devices are fracturing at a higher rate than stated in the labeling. The device fracture are resulting in revision surgeries Read More

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    What Can I Do If My Insurance Company Acts in Bad Faith?

    All of us want to believe our insurance company is on our side, it can be a rude awakening to find out they may not be. Though not all insurance companies are malicious, make no mistake that they are all driven by profit, not customer satisfaction. One of the serious issues that can arise due Read More

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    EpiPen–The Secret Reason For The Price Increases

    The pharmaceutical industry has been guilty of producing dangerously defective products for years. In May, a U.S. Court ordered Johnson and Johnson to pay 55 million in compensatory and punitive damages to a consumer who developed ovarian cancer because the company baby powder contained talc- a well know carcinogen. Talc is similar to asbestos and Read More

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    Motorcycle accident victims

    Yesterday I read in the news about a man who was critically injured in a motorcycle accident and another who died from his injuries. It reminded me of the statistics that show while motorcycles only represent about 3% of all registered vehicles in the U.S., motorcyclists accounted for 13% of total traffic fatalities in 2007. Read More

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    Jury Awards Man $6.6 Million Involving a Physician’s Failure to Notify the Patient of Blood Infection Resulting in Paralysis from his Chest Down

    A Pennsylvania man developed severe back pain and went to a local emergency room (ER) where he also advised the nursing staff that he was suffering from heroin addiction and that he had experienced fever and nausea. Testing, including an EKG, x-rays and blood work was performed and he was discharged with a diagnosis of exacerbated back pain and Read More

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    A little courtroom humor

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