Partner Mike Parrish Assists the Arizona Attorney General in Obtaining $48 Million More in Tobacco Settlement
Stinson Partner Dave Frantze Represents KU Alumni Couple in Gift for Student Center
Stinson Advises Great Range Capital Fund I, LP Regarding Fairbank Equipment, Inc. LBO
Stinson Successful in Persuading Missouri Supreme Court to Uphold Exemption for St. Louis Firefighters from City's Residency Requirement
Companies such as American Meter, Lozier and Fat Brain Toys discovered one of Omaha's best kept secrets. When these leading companies needed a plastic part to produce a conceptualized product, they turned to Premier Plastics, an injection molding company.
Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP provides sophisticated corporate, transaction and litigation legal services to clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and privately held companies to emerging businesses. We combine our national reach and depth of expertise with a cost-effective approach to advise regional, national and international clients on critical legal issues.
With a strong presence in markets across the United States, we are able to provide a wide range of services, capabilities and areas of expertise. The firm's more than 300 attorneys are located in Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Washington, D.C; Omaha, Neb.; Overland Park and Wichita, Kan.; and Decatur, Ill.
Stinson Partner Mike Parrish helped secure an additional $48 million for the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System as a result of a settlement reached with the tobacco companies that are parties to the 1998 tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA). The new funds are in addition to the $100 million per year Arizona normally receives under the MSA.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. closed two of Capitol Bancorp's 11 units on Friday, May 10. American Banker examined how the bank failures will affect regulatory oversight of Capitol as well as adversely affect the company's bankruptcy restructuring. Ernie Panasci, a banking and financial services partner at Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP, predicted the failures will prompt tighter regulatory supervision of the company, which is operating under an enforcement order from the Federal Reserve.