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Walkup Medical Negligence Counsel Dr. Christian Jagusch Joins the Faculty at Creighton University School of Medicine

Earlier this year, Dr. Jagusch taught the third year medical students at his Alma Mater about medical malpractice and how to improve patient care to avoid it. Following his presentation, Creighton University appointed Dr. Jagusch to Assistant Clinical Professor. Christian is currently developing a curriculum to allow fourth medical students to learn medical malpractice and…

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Michael A. Kelly Named 2022 “Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame” Inductee by the National Trial Lawyers Association

Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger is proud to congratulate shareholder Michael A. Kelly who has been honored as a 2022 “Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame” inductee by the National Trial Lawyers Association. NTL is recognizing Mr. Kelly for his 45-year career as a trial lawyer working to protect consumers from corporate greed, medical mistakes, dangerous…

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Walkup Partners Honored as Lawdragon’s 2022 Leading Lawyers in America

Lawdragon named Walkup Melodia Kelly & Schoenberger shareholders Richard H. Schoenberger and Doris Cheng to its 2022 list of 500 Leading Lawyers in America. The organization honors lawyers who represent the judiciary, public interest, dealmakers, plaintiff advocates, commercial litigators, disability lawyers, and more. Shareholder Michael A. Kelly is a current Hall of Fame Honoree, recognized…

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Walkup’s Michael A. Kelly Featured in Law Dragon’s Hall of Fame Limelight Interview

” For more than 40 years, celebrated trial lawyer Michael Kelly has dominated courtrooms with a mix of compassion and tenacity that has yielded astounding results. Known as one of the top attorneys in the country for high-stakes personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases, Kelly’s role as name partner and shareholder of firm…

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Walkup Attorneys Prosecuting a Landmark Ride-Share Public Safety Case – Evidence cited in New York Times Article

A team of Walkup attorneys prosecuting a landmark ride-share public safety case against Uber uncovered heretofore undisclosed evidence about the rideshare giant’s corporate policies in handling of reports of reported rapes. Some of his evidence was cited in a New York Times opinion piece article published last week: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/22/opinion/uber-safety-ride-sharing.html?searchResultPosition=1 Walkup team members Matt Davis, Sara…

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