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Kansas City and Minneapolis firms combine as Lathrop GPM

Kansas City-based Lathrop Gage and Minneapolis-based Gray Plant Mooty completed their combination into Lathrop GPM on Jan. 1. The combined firm, announced in October, “expands client services, deepens both firms’ core in the Midwest and provides a wider national platform,” ...

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Sarah E. Lintecum, 37, and Lauren M. Wacker, 35

Sarah E. Lintecum, 37 Associate, Lathrop Gage Location: Kansas City Practice Areas: Insurance recovery and counseling, environmental law Law School: University of Missouri-Kansas City Lauren M. Wacker, 35 Of-Counsel, Lathrop Gage Location: Clayton Practice Area: Business litigation Law School: Saint ...

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Erik Rome joins Lathrop Gage wealth strategies team

Erik Rome has joined Lathrop Gage as an associate in the firm’s Overland Park, Kansas, office. Rome, previously with Spencer Fane, joins Lathrop’s wealth strategies team. He concentrates his practice in estate planning. Rome earned his law degree from the ...

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MOney 2019: Missouri firms enjoy growth year

2018 was a growth year for most of Missouri’s largest firms. A year ago, Missouri had eight law firms with $100 million or more in revenue. Today, Spencer Fane’s phenomenal growth has increased that count to nine. Polsinelli, Husch Blackwell, ...

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Top Missouri law firms see new crop of leaders in 2019

The leadership of some of Missouri’s largest law firms is going through a generational shift of sorts. On Jan. 1, Chase Simmons formally succeeded Russ Welsh as chairman of Polsinelli — a move that nearly coincided with the retirement of ...

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5th Circuit adds to Lathrop’s list of wrongful-conviction recoveries

Mike Abrams

Attorneys from Lathrop Gage won an important victory in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of the families of three wrongfully convicted men who spent decades behind bars in Mississippi. “It’s healthy for our country and that ...

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