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Ashley Larson Prevails on Summary Judgment Regarding Waiver of Liability

Ashley Larson obtained summary judgment in a premises liability matter, in which a plaintiff sought to circumvent a valid waiver of liability when suing a recreational facility for personal injuries. The Court granted the recreational facility’s motion for summary judgment, entered judgment in favor of the recreational facility, and awarded the recreational facility its costs.

Katie Johnson and Ashley Larson Present on Crisis Management at NAMWOLF Conference

Katie Johnson and Ashley Larson attended the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”) 2019 Driving Diversity and Leadership Conference in New Orleans on February 16-20. NAMWOLF’s mission is to “promote diversity in the legal profession by fostering successful relationships among preeminent minority and women owned law firms and private/public entities.”

Ashley Larson and Paul Jordan Obtain Directed Verdict in Premises Liability Trial

An Adams County District Court Judge granted a directed verdict in favor of a retailer in a premises liability matter. Ashley Larson and Paul Jordan represented the retailer at trial. The retailer argued there was no evidence a dangerous condition should have been known to exist because the plaintiff failed to establish that the condition had existed for any period of time and was of such a nature that, in the exercise of reasonable care, such condition and its dangerous character should have been discovered. The Court agreed; and thus, dismissed plaintiff’s claims.

Sandy Eloranto Elected Shareholder

Sutton|Booker is excited to announce that Sandy Eloranto has been elected the newest Shareholder in the firm. Sandy brings experience handling complex and document intensive litigation often involving catastrophic injuries or damages. Sandy spent the first two years...

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Ashley Larson Prevails on Summary Judgment Regarding Waiver of Liability

Ashley Larson obtained summary judgment in a premises liability matter, in which a plaintiff sought to circumvent a valid waiver of liability when suing a recreational facility for personal injuries. The Court granted the recreational facility’s motion for summary judgment, entered judgment in favor of the recreational facility, and awarded the recreational facility its costs.

Katie Johnson and Ashley Larson Present on Crisis Management at NAMWOLF Conference

Katie Johnson and Ashley Larson attended the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”) 2019 Driving Diversity and Leadership Conference in New Orleans on February 16-20. NAMWOLF’s mission is to “promote diversity in the legal profession by fostering successful relationships among preeminent minority and women owned law firms and private/public entities.”

Ashley Larson and Paul Jordan Obtain Directed Verdict in Premises Liability Trial

An Adams County District Court Judge granted a directed verdict in favor of a retailer in a premises liability matter. Ashley Larson and Paul Jordan represented the retailer at trial. The retailer argued there was no evidence a dangerous condition should have been known to exist because the plaintiff failed to establish that the condition had existed for any period of time and was of such a nature that, in the exercise of reasonable care, such condition and its dangerous character should have been discovered. The Court agreed; and thus, dismissed plaintiff’s claims.

Sandy Eloranto Elected Shareholder

Sutton|Booker is excited to announce that Sandy Eloranto has been elected the newest Shareholder in the firm. Sandy brings experience handling complex and document intensive litigation often involving catastrophic injuries or damages. Sandy spent the first two years...

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