January 31, 2013
Topeka Capital-Journal | January 31, 2013
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill and constitutional amendment Wednesday granting the governor more power in appointment of judges to the Kansas Court of Appeals and justices to the Kansas Supreme Court.
January 30, 2013
Wichita Eagle | January 30, 2013
The Kansas Senate may be ready to alter how members of the Kansas Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are chosen, and to ask voters to concur on an upcoming statewide ballot.
January 23, 2013
Legal Newsline | January 23, 2013
Stan R. Boles, a dissatisfied class action member, lost on his objection to the class certification and class action settlement agreement negotiated with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation by the class representative.
December 12, 2012
Legal Record | December 12, 2012
In a democracy like ours, should lawmakers be selected democratically? Not according to the Journal-World, which wants some of our state’s most important lawmakers selected in a deeply undemocratic process that makes the votes of some residents count far more than the votes of others.
December 11, 2012
Lawrence Journal-World | December 11, 2012
Kansas is among some 30 states in arbitration with Big Tobacco companies that are seeking to reduce payments promised to the states under a mammoth legal settlement from the 1990s.
December 10, 2012
Wichita Eagle | December 10, 2012
Conservative lawmakers heard several options Saturday for changing how Kansas’ appellate and Supreme Court judges are selected in a discussion that may foreshadow a fierce debate in the upcoming legislative session.
October 9, 2012
Kansas City Star | October 9, 2012
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the state law that caps the damages awarded in medical malpractice cases.
October 5, 2012
Lawrence Journal-World | October 5, 2012
The Kansas Supreme Court today announced it will file on Friday a long-awaited decision in a legal challenge of limits on medical malpractice awards that stems from a case where a Eudora woman had the wrong ovary removed by a Lawrence physician.
September 26, 2012
American Lawyer | Subscription Required | September 26, 2012
The Kansas City Star triggered a wave of class actions across the country in 2006, when it estimated that expanding gas volumes in hot weather were costing consumers billions in hidden costs at the pump. Now jurors in Kansas City, Kan., have delivered the first jury verdict in the resulting federal litigation, absolving three retailers at the center of the "hot fuel" mess.
September 17, 2012
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