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The POWER List: Paul D. Seyferth

Paul Seyferth is known for taking on high-stakes, high-profile business litigation in a variety of arenas. He is the rare attorney to be named as a fellow in both the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers.

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The POWER List: Ashlea Schwarz

Ashlea Schwarz serves as her firm’s managing partner and maintains a civil trial practice in courts across the country.

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The POWER List: Jerome Schlichter

Earlier this year, Jerry Schlichter won a unanimous decision in the U.S. Supreme Court that clears the way for claims against employers whose retirement plans are alleged to have charged excessive fees.

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The POWER List: John J. Schirger

John Schirger has been active in the area of business-interruption litigation in the wake of the pandemic, representing businesses that shut down only to see their insurance claims denied.

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The POWER List: Douglass F. Noland

Doug Noland took on a series of cases against a fraudulent Kansas City auto dealership. Along the way, he helped shape the laws used to limit jury verdicts.

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The POWER List: John F. Mulligan Jr.

Cities across Missouri have collected some $1 billion in disputed taxes over the past two decades with the help of John Mulligan.

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The POWER List: L. Benjamin Mook

Ben Mook helped win the largest jury verdict in Missouri in 2020 — $15 million in actual damages and $250 million in punitive damages to a peach farm damaged by a drifting pesticide.

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The POWER List: Lucy McShane

Lucy McShane has built a practice that helps people take advantage of their privacy rights under state and federal law.

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The POWER List: Richard F. Lombardo

Richard Lombardo helped found the firm now known as Shaffer Lombardo Shurin in 1994, bridging his experience as both a private practitioner and an assistant prosecutor.

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The POWER List: Gregory Leyh

Greg Leyh’s practice continues to evolve as mortgage companies and debt collectors play the same old tricks.

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