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Lathrop & Gage attorney keeps railways on green track

The world’s largest three-level railway flyover was finished in Kansas City in 2007, but Lathrop & Gage Partner Allison Bergman mopped up the details this year. Bergman is general counsel for the Kansas City Terminal Railway Co., a consortium of ...

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MOney 20: Anticipating a tougher 2008

Husch Blackwell Sanders is doing fine so far this fiscal year, co-chairman David Fenley says, but he attaches a caveat to the statement: “A first quarter doesn’t make a year.” Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard managing partner Michael Forster echoes ...

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MOney 20: Room at the top for midsize firms

Every time Michael Forster hears the news about another midsized firm merging into a big one, the Sandberg, Phoenix & von Gontard managing partner wonders, “Are we being left behind?” The answer is “no,” Forster said. There’s still a place ...

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MOney 20: How Husch Blackwell would have stacked up

Husch Blackwell Sanders wasn’t around in fiscal 2007. Blackwell Sanders and Husch & Eppenberger still were mulling their cross-state merger in the period covered by the 2008 MOney 20. The survey results show, however, how a combined firm would have ...

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Freshman year report card

It’s almost a year later, and Husch Blackwell Sanders still has a trace of that new firm smell. Husch Blackwell is coming out of 2008 with average profits per partner at around $560,000, higher than they were the previous year ...

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Case of cussing judge languishes

U.S. Senior Judge Dean Whipple turns his chair to face the witness stand and defendant Sara Lewis-Goetz, a petite young woman with long brown hair streaked with blond. The white-mustached judge leads Lewis-Goetz through the legal implications of changing her ...

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