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The POWER List: Martin M. Meyers

A Kansas City native and son of a former Jackson County judge, Marty Meyers earned his law degree in 1981 from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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The POWER List: Thomas O. McCarthy

Thomas McCarthy uses his past career as a field attorney for the National Labor Relations Board to represent management today at McMahon Berger.

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The POWER List: David Lunceford 

Earlier this year, David Lunceford won a nearly $7 million verdict for a former sheriff’s deputy who claimed he was forced out of his job. The case reads like a who’s who of the Employment POWER List: Fellow honorees Dennis Egan and Martin Meyers also worked on the case, and POWER List member Charlie Harris led the defense.

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The POWER List: Travis R. Kearbey

Travis Kearbey and his team have issued regular legal advisories to Armstrong Teasdale’s clients through the pandemic.

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The POWER List: Kimberly A. Jones 

Kim Jones serves as her firm’s managing partner while maintaining an active trial practice and counseling clients on how to head off employment issues.

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The POWER List: Jerry M. Hunter

Now a senior counsel at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Jerry Hunter also has served in state agencies, as general counsel and as a trial attorney.

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The POWER List: Charlie J. Harris Jr.

Whether it’s a case he works from the ground up or one in which he is brought in on the eve of trial, Charlie Harris gets results.

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The POWER List: Donna L. Harper

Donna Harper’s quarter century with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission resulted in several landmark employment-discrimination cases.

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The POWER List: George A. Hanson

George Hanson has been involved in more than 100 wage-and-hour class actions across the country, recovering hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements and judgments for workers who can ill afford to see their earnings whittled down by employers’ illegal practices.

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The POWER List: Loretta K. Haggard

Earlier this year, Loretta Haggard urged the Missouri Supreme Court to strike down a law that did away with the merit system for state employees, which has hindered the ability of unions to collectively bargain with the state.

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