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Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader sponsored the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City’s 23rd Annual “Not So Serious About Golf” Tournament in October 2018. Despite a bit of rain early in the morning, the event was...

Earlier this year, Kelly Frickleton was selected to be a member of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Leadership Academy. During the program, participants met with leaders from many corners of Kansas City to learn...

Attorney Mike Meyer was appointed to the board of directors for Variety Children's Charity of Greater Kansas City. 

Variety KC is a local charitable organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for children with...

For more than ten years, attorneys Jim Bartimus, Jim Frickleton and Chip Robertson have been selected as Super Lawyers in Kansas and Missouri.

This year, they were once-again joined by Mike Rader, Kip Robertson and Mary Winter....

Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader is proud to announce Mike Meyer as its newest partner. Mike has worked in civil litigation since graduating from UMKC School of Law in 2009. After joining the firm in 2014, Mike has focused his...

For 2018, Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader partnered with Make-A-Wish Missouri to help create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.  BFRR was the presenting sponsor for the annual Bubble Ball and Walk for...

Xarelto is part of a new class of drugs referred to as new oral anti-coagulants (noacs). These drugs may be prescribed to patients with atrial fibrillation to the risk of clot or stroke or to reduce the risk of deep-vein...

The American Journal of Trial Advocacy out of Cumberland Law School is publishing an article by Tony DeWitt entitled Detecting Juror Deception During Voir Dire, which looks at the use of micro expressions and other clues to...

Summer hasn't even arrived and already this year two children have died from heatstroke in vehicles. KidsAndCars.org, American Gaming Association, Congressional Fire Services Institute and other national safety groups are joining...