The Midwest Innocence Project announced the largest gift in the organization’s 16-year history Wednesday. The organization announced Wednesday in Kansas City that it will receive a $658,980 in unclaimed settlement funds through a cy pres doctrine award through a consumer ...Read More »
Three of Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice’s top revenue-makers have left and formed their own firm in Kansas City, according to court documents.Read More »
Spencer Fane Britt & Browne formally announced that a trio of attorneys with nonprofit practices joined the firm’s St. Louis office from dissolving law firm The Stolar Partnership.Read More »
It almost was official. The names of three former partners at the dissolving St. Louis firm The Stolar Partnership appeared on the attorney listings of Spencer Fane Britt & Browne’s website briefly today.Read More »
Three associates are joining Lewis, Rice & Fingersh along with five partners from the dissolving firm The Stolar Partnership. A nine-partner exodus forced the impending closure of The Stolar Partnership, a firm that had 27 attorneys, said Thomas Venker Jr., left, a member of the firm’s leadership committee.Read More »
Bryan Cave Chairman Don Lents says that expanded work and higher attorney headcount led to to a revenue increase at his firm. An early look shows some wildly diverse — but mostly positive — 2012 financial results for some members of the MOney 20, Missouri’s highest-grossing corporate law firms.Read More »
Polsinelli Shughart said damage to its new headquarters building was "secondary" after natural gas explosion killed at least 1 person and destroyed J.J.’s Restaurant Tuesday evening near the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City.Read More »
Ten of this year’s new partners are practicing in the labor and employment fields, the most-represented area outside business and litigation. But the promotions are all over the map, with some in places like product liability, immigration and even sports injury.Read More »
The percentage of female new partners at the state’s largest law firms grew again. At 37 percent, though, it still lags behind the number of women coming into the profession — nearly half of law school graduates.
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Many new partners at law firms in Missouri have at least this much in common: A degree from one of the state’s four law schools.
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