Spencer Fane Welcomes Four Associates as Firm Grows Litigation and Health Care Practices / September, 2017
As an Auxiliary Board member of Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, Spencer Fane attorney Jessica Gale co-chaired the organization’s inaugural Wine Women and Shoes Phoenix fundraiser. On stage at the sold-out event, Jessica spoke to over 400 members of the Phoenix business community, helping raise $151,000 for the foundation.
In a recent Houston Chronicle article about a university administrator stepping down due to allegations of misconduct, the publication interviewed Spencer Fane attorney Charissa Dvorak to gain insights from her work in the area of investigations into misconduct at universities.
At the recent annual convention of The Missouri Independent Bankers Association (MIBA), Spencer Fane attorneys Ryan Hardy and Eric Peterson spoke on the topic “The Road Ahead: The Way Forward When My Borrower Defaults.”
In a recent webinar titled “Intersection Between Bankruptcy and Consumer Protection Claims,” Spencer Fane Partner Josh Dickinson gave National Creditors Bar Association (NARCA) members an overview of consumer bankruptcy including a discussion of a collection attorney’s liability for violating the automatic stay and discharge injunction.
In a recent article in Colorado Real Estate Journal, Spencer Fane Partner Robin Nolan explains five substantive ways in which the 2016 ALTA Commitment form differs from previous forms.
In a September 8 article titled “What Does a College Pay for Its Football Coach? It Depends How Many It’s Paying,” the New York Times cites work done by Spencer Fane attorney Bob Lattinville.
Spencer Fane is proud to announce its involvement with the opening of Labette Health’s Independence Healthcare Center in Independence, Kansas. For the first time since 2015, about 20,000 people who live in Southeast Kansas have access to critical emergency medical care.