Richard practices in all areas of civil litigation, plaintiff and defense, including personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, and insruance coverage. He is recognized by Superlawyers, Chambers and Partners, and Best Lawyers. He serves on the Wyoming Permanent Rules Advisroy Committee and Civil Pattern Jury Instruction Committee. He is a member of DLAW, WTLA, TIDA, and The Harmonie Group. Outside of the office, he is VP of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter Board, past president of the Cheyenne DDA and the Mining Associates of Wyoming Boards, and a National BJCP Judge.
|CO||Administrative - Not Authorized to Practice||1996||06/08/2022|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Cheyenne Animal Shelter||Vice President||2016 - Present|
|Mining Associates of Wyoming||Bd. President||2003 - Present|
|The Harmonie Group||Member||2001 - Present|
|DLAW||Former President||1995 - Present|
|Trucking Industry Defense Association||Member||N/A|
|Cheyenne DDA||Bd president||2001 - 2010|
|10 U. Wyoming L. Rev. 229 (2010); reprinted in 60 Defense Law Journal 69 (Vol. 2, 2011)||•The Viability of Direct Negligence Claims Against Motor Carriers in the Face of an Admission of Respondeat Superior||2010|
|Science and the Law (Dorion, ed. 2005 & 2011).||Bitemark Evidence: Why Do Half of All Experts Get It Wrong?||2005|
|25 U. Mem L. Rev. 1401 (1995)||•Rule 68 Offer of Judgment: Sharpen the Sword for Swift Settlement||1995|
|23 Mem. St. U. L. Rev. 209 (1992)||•Phillips v. Duro-Last Roofing, Inc.: Strictly Speaking, Comparative Negligence Principles Must Be Applied to Strict Liability Actions in Some States||1992|
|University of Memphis||J.D.||N/A|
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