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Phishing is No April Fools’ Day Fun: FTC Advice to Companies

When internet scammers mimic reputable businesses to trick consumers into giving their personal information, it doesn’t just hurt the consumers, it hurts the good name of the companies they are impersonating. By taking preventive action and by offering immediate advice […]

Time for Spring Cleaning: How to Establish Transparency & Trust in Ad Agency Contracts


The Department of Justice continues to investigate bid rigging by ad agencies to favor in-house production companies. This follows the Association of National Advertiser’s December report on transparency in the digital and media world. Both are generating an enormous amount […]

Seigfreid Bingham gains victory in Apollo 11 artifact case

Houston, Texas – A ruling in federal court on February 24, 2017 ordered that a lunar bag used to carry moon rocks back from the Apollo 11 mission be returned to its rightful owner, Seigfried Bingham client, Nancy Lee Carlson.

A […]

New EHB Rule: Will it Get Trumped?

The term “essential health benefits” (EHBs) was one of many new concepts introduced by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) for group health plans. The ACA defines EHBs as the following ten categories of benefits:  ambulatory patient services, […]

Don’t Rush to Wave the Flag: Avoid False ‘Made in USA’ Claims

As President Trump tweets about U.S. companies moving manufacturing operations to other countries, and we debate about global trade, many American companies may wish to tout their products and support of American manufacturing through use of “Made in USA” or […]

The Football Game that Can’t Be Named : Basic Trademark and Other Rules

Super Bowl, there I said it. My use of the NFL’s registered trademark in this article is permitted under the legal defense of nominative fair use. But companies need to be wary of using the NFL’s Super Bowl trademark and […]

Johnson receives AWL President’s Award

Kansas City, Mo. – Shannon Cohorst Johnson, shareholder, received the President’s Award at the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City annual holiday gathering on December, 2, 2016.

She received the award for her contributions to the board as Fundraising […]

Bellemere honored by KCMBA

Fred Bellemere III, senior counsel,  was named as an honorary member of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association. This privilege is conferred on KCMBA members who have reached age 75, practiced law for more than 50 years, and have been […]