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â–  The Stolar Partnership announced the addition of partner Gregory F. Herkert to the litigation department. Herkert represents financial institutions in creditor’s rights matters as well as other business clients in bankruptcy and financial restructuring, litigation and real estate. Herkert, ...

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Husch Blackwell lets go 17 attorneys

Husch Blackwell Sanders let go 17 attorneys and 45 staff members firmwide Thursday, citing performance and consolidation. The cuts are not being made for economic reasons, Co-Chairman David Fenley said in a phone interview. “I think we know what a ...

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Staying closer to home

Lathrop & Gage typically has an all-attorney retreat every three years, meeting early in the year in a warm location such as Arizona. Even though 2009 marks the third year since the last all-attorney retreat, Lathrop hasn’t scheduled the event ...

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Cashing out

After seven years and $6.3 million for lead debtor’s counsel Thompson Coburn, the bankruptcy of the President Casino in St. Louis has ended. Maybe. Bankruptcy Judge Kathy Surratt-States approved payment of the unpaid portion of Thompson Coburn’s final $552,000 in ...

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Downtown St. Louis link

Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard is in the throes of lease renewal negotiations for the firm’s office in downtown St. Louis, and more than dollars are at stake. The 65-attorney litigation and corporate firm is the anchor of the underused ...

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Three apologies, no explanation for delay

  It was a case challenging the constitutionality of workers’ compensation reform laws passed at the beginning of then-Gov. Matt Blunt’s term – politically tinged and high profile. How the Missouri Supreme Court handled the case was unusual. First, the ...

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Sonnenschein to close North Carolina office

Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal is closing its Charlotte, N.C., office about two years after opening it with a group of 18 attorneys. “After consideration of local marketplace realities, the declining demand for legal services in the Charlotte legal and financial ...

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