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Jamie M. Woolsey 10 Best in Wyoming For Client Satisfaction

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Jamie M. Woolsey 10 Best in Wyoming For Client Satisfaction

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Sandefer eager to help Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming youth succeed

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in News | Comments Off on Sandefer eager to help Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming youth succeed

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming currently has 10 programs spread across three counties. As staff and volunteers put the final touches on Saturday’s Reverse Raffle & Auction, the nonprofit relies heavily on its board of directors for direction, guidance and hands-on assistance. When seeking board members, chief executive officer Ashley Bright says, “we look for individuals who are passionate, caring and visionary for community children and youth. We know when we have good to great board members, we have good to great...

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Career Launch: Find Your Purpose

Posted by on Nov 23, 2016 in News | Comments Off on Career Launch: Find Your Purpose

At the age of 17, Ian found himself in trouble with the law and kicked out of school. Over the next year, his work release had him drying vehicles at a car wash. He explains it as cold and miserable. He called it his wake-up call. It’s at this moment in his life that he decided he wanted better for himself. “I knew the only way out was to get an education,” he told a group of teens. Now, a lawyer, Ian Sandefer is using his story as an example that your life doesn’t have to be defined by bad decisions made as a youngster. He talked with a...

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On behalf of our law firm and the women of our state, Fuller, Sandefer & Associates, LLC supports equal pay for equal work by Wyoming’s hard-working women.

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in News | Comments Off on On behalf of our law firm and the women of our state, Fuller, Sandefer & Associates, LLC supports equal pay for equal work by Wyoming’s hard-working women.

    Casper lawmaker questions dependability of women workers, defends his own absences (Casper Star Tribune) Casper lawmaker Gerald Gay came under fire this week after questioning the dependability of women workers, claiming they take every sick day they can and contribute to the pay disparity between men and women. Gay made the comments during an interview with veteran Wyoming journalist Kerry Drake, who works for left-leaning Better Wyoming, an education, advocacy and activism group. Better Wyoming posted a transcript of the...

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Couple Wins $11.37-Million Judgment in Salmonella Case

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Cases | Comments Off on Couple Wins $11.37-Million Judgment in Salmonella Case

Back in October 2010, Chris and Heather Gage were 120 miles away from their home in Bridgeport, NE, and decided to dine at the Old Country Buffet in Cheyenne, WY. Chris Gage was medically compromised going into the restaurant, but when he left, he was infected with Salmonella bacteria, which left him forever damaged Gage’s reaction to the pathogen was extreme, and he and his wife went on to sue the Old Country Buffet (now known as Ovation Brands) in 2014. This past week, the couple won an approximately $11.37-million judgment against the...

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Fuller, Sandefer & Associates recognized in ‘Best Law Firms in Wyoming’

Posted by on Feb 5, 2016 in Awards & Recognition | Comments Off on Fuller, Sandefer & Associates recognized in ‘Best Law Firms in Wyoming’

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Fuller, Sandefer & Associates voted the Casper Star-Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Winner for Best Attorney!

Posted by on May 20, 2015 in Awards & Recognition | Comments Off on Fuller, Sandefer & Associates voted the Casper Star-Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Winner for Best Attorney!

Fuller, Sandefer & Associates voted the Casper Star-Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Winner for Best...

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The National Association of Distinguished Counsel names Ian Sandefer as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in Awards & Recognition | Comments Off on The National Association of Distinguished Counsel names Ian Sandefer as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DISTINGUISHED COUNSEL PRESS RELEASE Ian Sandefer, of Fuller, Sandefer & Associates, LLC, has been selected to the 2015 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. Its mission is to objectively recognize the attorneys who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for other lawyers to emulate. Members are thoroughly vetted by a research team, selected...

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News Report: Wyoming agencies paid $1.25M to man cleared of murder

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014 in Cases | Comments Off on News Report: Wyoming agencies paid $1.25M to man cleared of murder

“Wyoming government agencies paid $1.25 million to settle a federal lawsuit brought by a Montana man who was cleared of a murder conviction, records show.   Troy Willoughby of Wickes, Mont., went free after three years in custody after a Sublette County investigator came forward to say others in county law enforcement had failed to turn evidence over to Willoughby’s lawyers at trial.  U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl approved the confidential settlement in September, ending Willoughby’s lawsuit against two former county...

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Fuller, Sandefer & Associates sues law enforcement for illegally withholding exculpatory evidence

Posted by on Jun 3, 2014 in Cases | Comments Off on Fuller, Sandefer & Associates sues law enforcement for illegally withholding exculpatory evidence

“In his complaint, Willoughby claims “Members of the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office and an Investigator working for the Sublette County Attorney’s Office knowingly and willingly conspired and agreed to withhold, secrete and hide exculpatory evidence in a criminal case against Mr. Willoughby in which he was tried and convicted of murder. The members of the conspiracy believed that if they disclosed the exculpatory evidence, as they knew was Constitutionally required, the government could not obtain a conviction against Mr. Willoughby.”...

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