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Five Ogborn Mihm, LLP attorneys named to 2019 Best Lawyers list

Ogborn Mihm, LLP is pleased to announce five lawyers have been included in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

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EXECUTIVE AWARDED $1.26M FOR BREACH OF EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

An El Paso County jury has awarded the former COO and President of a Colorado Springs based physical therapy training company $1.26 million, agreeing that the company had breached its employment contract with the executive and that the founder breached his promise to give one third of the company to the executive.

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Eight Ogborn Mihm attorneys have been selected by their peers to be listed as 2018 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

The firm’s Colorado Super Lawyers are Murray Ogborn for personal injury plaintiffs; Michael Mihm for professional liability plaintiffs; Mike Ogborn for business litigation; Susie Hardie Jacks for bankruptcy, and Thomas Neville for business litigation.

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Ogborn Mihm Clients Dave and Amanda Repsher Settle Helicopter Crash Case

Flight Nurse Dave Repsher Settles Helicopter Crash Case

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New York Appellate Court Adopts Broad Causation Standard in Legal Malpractice Case

Generally, in a legal malpractice case the plaintiff must prove that it would have achieved a better result, but for the attorney’s malpractice. In the litigation context, this means that the plaintiff must prove that it would have succeeded on the underlying claim or defense, but for the attorney negligence, often referred to as proving the “case within the case.” In the transactional context, the plaintiff often uses the “better deal, no deal” dichotomy to prove causation. Under the “no deal” prong, the plaintiff can prove causation by establishing that, but for the attorney negligence, it would have achieved a better result had it not entered into the transaction at issue. Alternatively, under the “better deal” prong, the plaintiff can succeed by proving that, but for the legal malpractice, it would have achieved a better result through a better and different “deal” or agreement than the transaction at issue. A New York appellate court in Leggiadro, Ltd. V. Winston & Strawn applied a broad and plaintiff friendly interpretation of the “better deal” prong of this causation paradigm.

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Ogborn Mihm Nominated for 2016 CTLA Case of the Year Award

 

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When Is a Police Officer Liable for Shooting Another Officer?

At times, in the line of duty, a police officer may be shot or injured by another police officer who is also attempting to carry out his or her duties. When this happens, the officer who fired the shot may face civil liability, depending on the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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Understanding Police Officer Liability for the Use of Deadly Force

Police officers must sometimes use force while in the line of duty in order to protect the lives and property of others from serious harm. At times, the use of deadly force is required.

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National Distracted Driving Awareness: What Do You Need to Know?

Did you know approximately 660,000 drivers are using their cell phones or other electronic devices while driving, according to an ongoing survey by NOPUS (National Occupant Protection Use Survey)?

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Five Ogborn Mihm attorneys have been selected by their peers to be listed as 2017 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Five Ogborn Mihm attorneys have been selected by their peers to be listed as 2017 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The firm’s Colorado Super Lawyers are Murray Ogborn for personal injury plaintiffs; Michael Mihm for professional liability plaintiffs; Mike Ogborn for business litigation; and Thomas Neville for personal injury plaintiffs. The Colorado Rising Stars is Clayton Wire for employment litigation.

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6 Ogborn Mihm Attorneys Named as Superlawyers

We are pleased to announce six Ogborn Mihm attorneys have been selected by their peers to be listed as 2016 Colorado Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The firm’s Colorado Super Lawyers are Murray Ogborn for personal injury plaintiffs; Michael Mihm for professional liability plaintiffs; Mike Ogborn for business litigation; and Thomas Neville for personal injury plaintiffs. The Colorado Rising Stars are Mike Cross for construction litigation; and Clayton Wire for employment litigation. Super Lawyers® is a service of the Thomson Reuters, Legal Division. Each year, the research team at Super Lawyers® undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area and a good-standing and disciplinary check. Super Lawyers® can be found online at www.superlawyers.com.

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