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About Mark

Southeast Missouri is my home. I grew up in Scott City, Cape Girardeau, and Jackson. After practicing law in Columbia, Missouri, I had the opportunity to return home and practice in the area where I grew up. My Bachelor of Science degree is in Finance from Brigham Young University. After finishing my undergraduate degree, I […]

7 Questions with Bob Langdon of Langdon Emison

Spend a few minutes with Robert (Bob) Langdon and you’ll see why he is one of the best trial attorneys in the United States. He’s confident, outgoing, and smart. He’s a past-President of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, a past member of the Board of Governors of the American Trial Lawyers Association, and one of eight […]

6 Questions with Brett A. Emison of Langdon Emison

Brett Emison was kind enough to take a few minutes to answer 6 questions on becoming a trial attorney. He works at Langdon & Emison and is an active blogger on the Injury Board.  1. How did you decide that you wanted to do trial work? Growing up I had to decide if I wanted to do more […]

Outlines – University of Missouri School of Law

Writing your own outline can be valuable way to help you organize, learn, and retain the information. It also requires a lot of time and effort. And your end result is likely going to be quite similar to the outline that another student spent lots of time and effort creating the year before. So in […]

Summary Judgment in Missouri: Who, What, When, & How

My target audience with this post is law school students and young attorneys tackling a summary judgment for the first time. Experience has shown that seasoned attorneys often forget exactly what it was like to not know how to do something. This is my primer on summary judgment for novices like me. For a more in-depth […]

Jury Instructions – Missouri Approved Instructions (MAI) – Clean, Dirty, & Converse Instructions

Missouri Supreme Court rule 70 outlines Missouri’s law on jury instructions. Jury instructions are all important as they provide the framework through which the jury will decide the case. One aspect of Missouri law that I have come to appreciate is that Missouri has “Missouri Approved Insturctions” (MAI). These are jury instructions that have been approved by […]

Two Pieces of Law School Advice
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Two Pieces of Law School Advice

If you or someone you know is considering law school, here are two pieces of advice. They each share the common theme – with law school, things are not often what they seem. First, one would think that the cost of tuition would be highly correlated with the quality of the law school. Yet, this […]

Motor Vehicle Accidents – Recover for damage to vehicle and personal property

In my experience, when a client comes in as a result of a motor vehicle accident, the attorney is concerned with two key figures – the amount of property damage and the amount of personal injury damage. In serious personal injury cases, the bulk of time and effort are focused on the costs associated with […]

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