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B. Michael Korte (left) and John B. Boyd hold oversized hammers as they pose for a portrait
Aug 11, 2023

MATA honors two workers’ comp attorneys

The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys awarded B. Michael Korte of The Korte Law Firm in St. Louis and John B. Boyd of Boyd, Kenter, Thomas & Parrish in Independence with its newly created True Grit Award at its annual convention in June.

Judges chair in court room, gavel
Aug 10, 2023

Interviews upcoming for KC, St. Louis judicial vacancies

Judicial commissions in Kansas City and St. Louis have announced applicants for two open judgeships.

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Aug 9, 2023

Parson names Ekey to state board

Gov. Mike Parson has named attorney William Ekey, of Odessa, to the state’s Health and Educational Facilities Authority.

Close up of a lot of law reports in library
Aug 9, 2023

Neuschafer to lead Council for Ag Science and Tech

Brandon Neuschafer of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has been elected as president-elect of the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.

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Aug 8, 2023

Flannery makes partner in national plaintiffs’ firm

St. Louis-based attorney Michael Flannery has been named a partner in the national plaintiffs’ law firm Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca.

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Aug 3, 2023

Rodriguez joins Stinson as associate

Nicolette C. Rodriguez has joined Stinson as a litigation associate in its Kansas City office.

Close up of a lot of law reports in library
Aug 3, 2023

Crandall joins Carmody MacDonald as partner

Brad Crandall joined Carmody MacDonald as a partner, the firm announced on Aug. 1.

Lawyer and the law with a justice scale made of brass gold metal on a glowing background as a symbol of the legal advice, system in government and society in enforcing rights and regulations.
Aug 2, 2023

Kearbey leaves Armstrong for Quarles

Travis Kearbey has joined the national law firm of Quarles & Brady as a partner in its labor, employment and benefits practice group.

Two people shaking hands with law books in the background and a table with a gavel on it on a table below the hands
Aug 2, 2023

Underwood named to circuit bench

Gov. Mike Parson elevated Judge Joshua D. Underwood to preside over the 34th Judicial Circuit, which covers New Madrid and Pemiscot counties in Missouri’s Bootheel region.

A judge's gavel resting atop several open books with a spotlight on the gavel and block
Aug 1, 2023

Weber recognized for St. Charles County service

Randolph Weber of Hamilton Weber received the Missouri Municipal Attorney Association’s inaugural Fred Boeckmann Longevity Award.

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Aug 1, 2023

Thoelke joins Carmody MacDonald’s litigation group

Matthew A. Thoelke has joined Carmody MacDonald’s litigation group, the firm announced.

The Missouri Eastern District Court of Appeals in the renovated Old Post Office in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.
Jul 31, 2023

22 apply for Eastern District opening

The Appellate Judicial Commission plans to interview 22 applicants for a coming vacancy on the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District.

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