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  • real challenges.
    Technology company damaged by investor's serial breach of fiduciary duty
    real answers.
    Polsinelli successfully argues investor exercising effective control and obtains $20 million damage decision

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    Polsinelli's Dan Cranshaw Continues to Give Back

    Appointed by Kansas City Mayor Sly James to Serve On the American Jazz Museum Board

    Polsinelli Shareholder Dan E. Cranshaw accepted an invitation this week by Kansas City Mayor Sly James to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Jazz Museum. The Mayor’s slate of nominees will be presented to the museum’s interim Board of Directors for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 20.

    Cranshaw has long served as a strategic partner, board member and volunteer to support organizations dedicated to improving the community, including Cornerstones of Care, Don Bosco Community Centers, Greater Kanas City Chamber of Commerce, Kansas City CARE Clinic, KCMO CDE Capital Community Fund, Swope Community Enterprises, Swope Health Services, Inc., The Salvation Army of Kansas City, and Urban Neighborhood Initiative, to name a few.

    In his role on the American Jazz Museum Board of Directors Cranshaw will work to preserve the history of American Jazz music and support the future of live performances in the historic 18th and Vine district. Since 2017, the museum has been addressing a budget crisis.

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  • real challenges.
    Startup with revolutionary technology needs comprehensive partnership through all stages of growth
    real answers.
    Support tech client from formation through acquisition by multi-billion dollar international e-commerce giant
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    U.S. News & World Report Names Polsinelli Among 2019 "Best Law Firms"

    The National 2019 Best Lawyers® list includes top-tier rankings for the firm in 11 national practices

    Polsinelli is pleased to announce its inclusion in the 2019 "Best Law Firms" list by U.S. News & World Report, receiving recognition in the highest-ranking Tier 1 score for 11 national practices. 

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  • real challenges.
    Alleged theft of trade secrets threatens to close company’s doors
    real answers.
    Depth of IP practice combined with collaboration across national offices defeats request for injunction in bet-the-company litigation

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    Polsinelli Elects 17 New Shareholders Nationwide and Adds 21 New Associates Leading Into New Fiscal Year

    Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli is pleased to announce the election of 17 attorneys to shareholder, effective today. The new shareholders were elected based on their superior client service and dedicated legal commitment.

    The new shareholders span eight Polsinelli offices and more than 10 practices.

    "It takes time, dedication and hard work to become a shareholder at our firm," said Polsinelli Chairman and CEO Russ Welsh. "This group of attorneys is most deserving of this milestone in their legal careers, and we look forward to supporting them as they ascend to leaders in the legal community."

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  • real challenges.
    Create a positive change for Colorado developers and contractors in onerous construction defect litigation landscape
    real answers.
    Collaboration, deep understanding, and persuasive appellate advocacy resulted in a precedential change

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    Polsinelli Wins Jury Verdict for U-Haul in Traumatic Brain Injury Case

    Polsinelli Industry Litigation Division Chair Cary Hall and Trial Attorney Mat Groseclose brought U-Haul to a victory Wednesday in the case Joseph Haas v. Jared Mitchell & U-Haul Co. of California (No. CV-178079).

    U-Haul faced accusations in a Santa Cruz County courtroom in which Plaintiff Joseph Haas’ lawyers told the Jury in opening statements that they wanted them to award Haas $17 million.

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