Stacey L. Janssen delivered a presentation on Medicaid Asset Protection at the National Business Institute on July 10, 2018
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July 10, 2018
July 3, 2018
Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce that Anne Baggott has been elected a shareholder/director of the firm. “Anne is a welcome addition to our leadership group,” said Dysart Taylor Managing Director Amanda Ketchum. “We’re proud to recognize the client service, dedication, and professional excellence that it took Anne to be elected a shareholder/director.” Dysart Taylor is a growing and forward-thinking firm with attorneys practicing in more than a dozen areas of law.
June 19, 2018
Amanda Pennington Ketchum will speak at an event for new members of the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City on Aug. 21, 2018.
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June 14, 2018
In The View Homeowner’s Association v. The Burlington Ins. Co., The View, LLC (“View”) is an LLC, which owned a building in Kansas City, Missouri originally built for use as residential living during the 1960s but which had been vacant for many years. The View entered into a contract with Planned Industrial Expansion Authority of Kansas City (“PIEA”) to remedy the blighted condition of the property by developing it into condominium units. In 2005, the View filed declarations of restrictions under the provisions of the Missouri Uniform Condominium Act (“MUCA”), and began selling condominium units for residential use.
May 15, 2018
In Forsman v. Burgess and Empire Fire & Marine Ins. Co., Forsman and Burgess appealed from a summary judgment entered in favor of Empire Fire & Marine Insurance Company (“Empire”), contending that the circuit court in Missouri erred in applying Kansas law to deny their claim under an auto insurance policy.
April 9, 2018
In Marrs v. American Family Mutual Ins. Company, plaintiff (Marrs) appealed from a summary judgment granted to American Family Mutual Insurance Company (“AFI”) that denied plaintiff’s request to stack underinsured motorist (“UIM”) coverage in five AFI policies. Plaintiff requested to stack the UIM coverages based on alleged ambiguities in the anti-stacking provisions and the definition of a UIM motor vehicle.