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Seigfreid Bingham Supports Legal Aid of Western Missouri’s Justice for All Campaign

Seigfreid Bingham is pleased to support Legal Aid of Western Missouri for the next three years as part of their 2023-2025 “Justice for All Campaign.”

The firm has committed to a three-year pledge at the $350
per attorney per year level, contributing […]

United Way Workplace Campaign – 2023

Seigfreid Bingham recently participated in the 2023 United Way workplace campaign, “United by You.” This organization focuses on improving the health, education, and financial stability of every member in the places it serves and “advances the common good in communities across the […]

Brenda Hamilton, Shannon Cohorst Johnson, and Dan McClain Serve on the 2023 KCMBA Board of Directors

Seigfreid Bingham attorneys Brenda Hamilton, Shannon Cohorst Johnson, and Dan McClain have been elected or appointed to the 2023 Board of Directors of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA).

Brenda is serving a second two-year elected term as a Board
Member-at-Large […]

Seigfreid Bingham Ranks Among Top Ten on KCBJ’s Largest Law Firm List

Seigfreid Bingham is pleased to announce that the firm ranked among the top ten on the Kansas City Business Journal’s (KCBJ) “Largest-Law Firms” list, which recognizes Kanas City industry leaders.

The KCBJ compiles this list through research, surveys, and rankings by local attorneys. […]

Push for Collegiate Athletes to be Recognized as Employees Moves Forward

By: Tate Thompson and Curry Sexton

The push for collegiate athletes to be classified as employees recently took a significant step forward. As we discussed in October 2022, there are several ongoing legal battles related to the issue of collegiate athletes’ employee […]

FTC Proposes Rule Banning Non-Competes

By: Curry Sexton, Brenda Hamilton, and Mark Opara

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently proposed a new rule that would ban employers from entering into non-competes with workers and require employers to rescind existing non-competes. The FTC is seeking public comment […]

President Biden Signs Expanded Protections for Pregnant and Nursing Employees Into Law

By: Katie Conklin and John Vering

On December 29, 2022, President Biden signed into law two measures included in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023 that expand protections for pregnant and nursing employees: the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) and the […]

Mark Opara and Cody Weyhofen Outline COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates and What’s Next

Seigfreid Bingham attorneys Mark Opara and Cody Weyhofen published an article in Ingram’s magazine, summarizing COVID-19 vaccine mandates (implemented in 2021 and revised in 2022) and possible legal challenges for employers in 2023.

Titled “One Year Later: Revisiting COVID-19 Vaccine
Mandates,” Mark […]