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Employment Law 2022

The POWER List: Employment Law 2022

In this latest edition of THE POWER LIST, a regular feature from Missouri Lawyers Media, we examine the most powerful attorneys in employment law.

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The POWER List: Ferne P. Wolf 

Early in her career, Ferne Wolf worked for the attorney who successfully argued the seminal employment-discrimination case McDonnell Douglas v. Green in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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The POWER List: Harry W. Wellford Jr. 

Hal Wellford has represented the St. Louis Cardinals, the St. Louis Blues, Missouri sheltered workshops and other clients in his years of practicing.

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The POWER List: Rik Siro

Rik Siro earned his law degree in 1982 from Hastings College of the Law in California and practiced law in that state before migrating to Kansas City.

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The POWER List: Mary Anne Sedey

Can a judge be sued for sex discrimination? Mary Anne Sedey thought so, and in 1987 she argued and won a unanimous ruling in the U.S. Supreme Court, Forrester v. White, holding that a woman could bring a case against an Illinois judge despite his judicial status.

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The POWER List: Russell C. Riggan

Russ Riggan struck a blow both for his client and for the wider cause of gay rights with a massive jury verdict in 2019.

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The POWER List: Trina R. Ricketts

Trina Ricketts has been busy. She guides companies through reductions in force (RIFs) and advance warnings on mass layoffs as required by the WARN Act.

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The POWER List: Vincent Reese

Since rising to managing partner at Mickes O’Toole in 2017, Vincent Reese has doubled the firm’s size while managing his own practice.

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