The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Thursday, July 18th at 3:00 PM Central Time and will feature Chris Newlin, Executive Director of the National Children’s Advocacy Center. Morris and Chris will be discussing why the NCAC was founded and its history, it’s local role as a resource for sexually and physically abused kids as well as kids who have experienced traumatic events.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, June 26th at 3:00 PM Central Time and will feature author, speaker, encourager, and character coach Taylor Edge. Morris and Taylor will be discussing how Taylor helps people work through issues they face in today’s world, live a positive life, and prepare mentally for the challenges of sports and life.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, June 12th at 3:00 PM Central Time and will feature attorneys Carol Williams, Alycia Kinchloe & Allyson Kacmarski. Morris, Carol, Alycia & Allyson will be discussing the pros and cons of running your own law firm, including their various personal struggles and successes. The group will also touch on practicing law, managing and growing a practice, marketing, and work-life balance.
We are happy to be working with two interns this summer, Cole Whitehurst and Jailen Young.
The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, May 29th at 3:00 PM Central Time and will feature Madison County Probate Judge Frank Barger. Morris and Judge Barger will be discussing the role of the Probate Court, how it serves the citizens, and Judge Barger’s vision for the Court in Madison County.
The Madison County Probate Court serves the county’s 360,000 citizens through a variety of functions. For example, these include adoptions, elections, probating estates, eminent domain, land redemption, marriage licenses, legitimations, mental commitments, and guardianships/conservatorships.
The next MB Live will air Friday, May 24th at 2:00 PM Central Time and will feature Attorney Joel Dilorenzo for a discussion on the combat veteran earplug case against 3M, including what gives rise to a claim, who is included, how the claims process works, who the Defendant is and who isn’t.
Soldiers who were deployed between 2003 and 2015 were issued the 3M Combat Arms earplugs despite the fact that the dual-ended earplugs were too short for proper insertion. Because of this defect, the earplugs could loosen in the users’ ears, potentially resulting in serious, even permanent hearing loss or tinnitus. 3M is also charged with manipulating test results to ensure their earplugs would meet government standards and they would be awarded the lucrative government earplug contract.