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Best Lawyers in America

August 26, 2013 David Wasinger has been selected by his peers to be included in the 2014 Best Lawyers in America.
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Best Lawyers in America

October 1, 2012 David Wasinger has been selected by his peers to be included in the 2013 Best Lawyers in America.
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Super Lawyers

May 21, 2012 David Wasinger has been chosen for inclusion on the 2012 Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers list, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice, and restricted to five percent of the attorneys in Missouri.
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$1.2 Million Judgment

January 17, 2012 The Wasinger Law Group successfully tried a case, resulting in a judgment in excess of $1,200,000.00 in favor of one of the law firm’s regional bank clients against a local municipality. The court held the municipality had not complied with the terms of ordinance in which it had agreed to waive or assume the cost of certain sewer tap fees.
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Daming Obtains TRO

November 16, 2011 On October 31, 2011, Michael K. Daming was successful in obtaining a temporary restraining order on behalf of his client, who sought to enforce a non-competition and non-solicitation agreement against former employees who left his client’s employ and were hired by a competitor. The employees against whom the temporary restraining order was sought had allegedly contacted and solicited customers of Daming’s client after their employment with Daming’s client was terminated.
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Wasinger Law Group, P.C. Successfully Defends Lawsuit

April 29, 2011 David Wasinger of the Wasinger Law Group, P.C. successfully obtained judgment in favor of Green Tree Servicing, LLC in the Circuit Court of Franklin County, Missouri. Plaintiffs brought claims under the terms of a property and liability insurance policy, however Mr. Wasinger received summary judgment on all counts, arguing that the conduct giving rise to the injury was subject to an exception in the policy. The case is styled: Jason Grellner et al. v. Foremost Signature Insurance Company et al., Cause Number 07AB-CC00065.
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The Wasinger Law Group, P.C. Successful in Federal Trial

April 18, 2011 After a hotly contested bench trial in a real estate case, Michael K. Daming was successful in obtaining full relief for his client. In a judgment entered on April 14, 2011 that was accompanied by findings of fact and conclusions of law, The Honorable Kathy A. Surratt-States awarded all of the relief sought by Daming’s client, and denied all of the claims asserted by the Plaintiff. The case is styled: In re Lawrence W. Beckham, Adversary Case No. 10-4412-659, United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District.
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More Courts Upholding Use of MERS

March 17, 2011 A recent legal update shows that in recent weeks more courts are issuing decisions upholding the use of Mortgage Electronic Registration Services, Inc. (“MERS”) as a nominee to transfer promissory notes and security instruments between lenders. One recent case cited in the update is In re: Martinez, No. 10-7027, 2011 WL 489905 (Bankr. D. Kan. Feb. 11, 2011) in which Judge Janice Miller Karlin granted motions for summary judgment filed by MERS and the loan originator, Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., holding that MERS was properly acting as Countrywide’s agent. Similarly, in the case of In re: Lopez, No. 09-10346, 2011 WL 576820 (Bankr. D. Mass. Feb. 9, 2011) Judge William C. Hillman upheld MERS’ assignment of a mortgage as “nominee,” holding that...
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Wasinger Law Group, P.C. Successful in Defense of Green Tree Servicing, LLC

March 17, 2011 Benjamin Hegvik of The Wasinger Law Group, P.C. successfully defended Green Tree Servicing, LLC in a lender liability claim brought by borrowers alleging various federal violations including the Truth in Lending Act (“TILA”), the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (“RESPA”) and several other claims. On March 16, 2011 Judge Richard E. Dorr of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri filed an Order dismissing Plaintiffs’ Petition.
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