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FPB News

  • Ford Parshall & Baker congratulates the attorneys listed in the 2014 publication of Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers: Hamp Ford was named as a Super Lawyer in the area of Personal Injury Medical Malpractice Defense, Jeff Parshall was named as a Super Lawyer in the area of Civil Litigation Defense, and Emily Little and Josh Devine were named as Rising Stars in the area of Civil Litigation Defense.
  • On behalf of the Missouri Insurance Coalition and the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Jill Jackson authored an Amicus brief in a pending Missouri Supreme Court case, Dutton v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company.  July 2014.
  • Ford Parshall & Baker welcomed Clayton Thompson as an associate attorney.  June 2014.
  • Hamp Ford and Jill Jackson won a declaratory judgment holding that an insurance policy was not ambiguous regarding the identity of the named insured, and the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment in Columbia Mutual Insurance Company v. Grain Bin Supply Company et al.,  (Per Curium Order, May 13, 2014).
  • Jill Jackson moderated a continuing legal education seminar with a panel of judges from several of Missouri's judicial circuits. April 2014.
  • Jeff Parshall and Michael Robertson won an appeal for their client in Executive Board of Missouri Baptist Convention v. Windermere Baptist Conference Center, Inc. et al., 430 S.W.3d 274 (Mo.App. S.D. 2014).
  • The Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment in favor of Ford, Parshall & Baker's client enforcing a mechanic’s lien on a condominium construction project at the Lake of the Ozarks.  Grau Contracting, Inc. v. Captiva Lake Investments, LLC, 429 S.W.3d 472 (Mo.App. S.D. 2014).
  • In the 2013 publication of Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers, Hamp Ford and Jeff Parshall are recognized as Super Lawyers, and Emily Little is named as a Rising Star in the area of Civil Litigation Defense.
  • Mike Baker and Emily Little win a unanimous defense verdict in a slip and fall case in Franklin County. June 2013.
  • Emily Little is elected to the Board of Directors for the Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers. MODL has a membership of over 1,300 attorneys statewide. June 2013.
  • Jeff Parshall speaks at the legal education seminar "Lessons of 1000 Trials." May 2013.
  • Ford, Parshall & Baker welcomes Ryan Redmon as an associate attorney. April 2013.
  • Ford, Parshall & Baker is named a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Reports. FPB has been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in each of the three years the publication has compiled a list of best firms. November 2012.
  • Hamp Ford is bestowed with the recognition of “Best Lawyer” by U.S. News & World Reports. Mr. Ford has received this esteemed award annually since 2008. November 2012.
  • Jill Jackson speaks at the legal education seminar "How to Series: Discovery." October 2012.
  • Jill Jackson is appointed to the local Salvation Army Advisory Board. May 2012.
  • Mike Baker moderates the legal education seminar "What Civil Court Judges Want You to Know." April 2012.
  • Ford, Parshall & Baker obtains a favorable opinion for the defendant in Blumer v. Automobile Club Inter. Ins. Exchange, 340 S.W.3d 214 (Mo.App. W.D. 2011).
  • Emily Little receives the Lon O. Hocker Trial Advocacy Award, which is presented annually to attorneys under the age of 40 who have demonstrated unusual proficiency in the art of trial advocacy. September 2011.
  • Hamp Ford receives an Honorary Order of the Barristers award from the School of Law at the University of Missouri, Columbia. September 2011.
  • Mike Baker and Jill Jackson win an appeal regarding the interpretation of a settlement and release of claims. Camp v. Travel Centers of America, 344 S.W.3d 861 (Mo.App. W.D. 2011).
  • Jill Jackson wins an appeal regarding a breach of contract action. Tiger Paw, LLC v. Show-Me’s of Columbia, Inc., 336 S.W.3d 485 (Mo.App. W.D. 2011).
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