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Apr 14, 2010

8th Circuit considers appeal of lawsuit over InBev takeover

Opponents of the InBev takeover of St. Louis brewer Anheuser-Busch Inc. told a panel of three federal appellate judges Wednesday that the court should now go back and undo the 2008 acquisition. The plaintiffs in the case, a group of beer drinkers, appealed after a federal judge last year granted Belgium-based InBev's motion for judgment on the pleadings and dismissed the lawsuit.

Sep 6, 2009


Pace of law firm breakups accelerates

Two years after making partner at Langdon & Emison, Rob Sullivan (pictured) couldn't see a way to advance. Sullivan, 40, figured the only way he could have more of a stake was to get out of the firm. So he did, along with three Langdon & Emison associates. They joined with Jose Bautista as name partners in a new Kansas City plaintiffs' fi[...]

Mar 20, 2009

Evans & Dixon merges with Amelung, Wulff

St. Louis-based Evans & Dixon has announced today that it is merging with law firm Amelung, Wulff, Willenbrock & Pankowski. The move will add nine new attorneys to Evans & Dixon’s ranks, bringing its total attorney count to 75. Eight of the nine attorneys will be added to the firm’s civil litigation practice group and […]

Feb 3, 2009

Polsinelli Shughart is born

Two Kansas City firms were set to seal the deal on their merger Sunday. Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus and Shughart Thomson & Kilroy are tying the knot to create what will be Missouri’s second largest firm, based on attorney headcount for the state. The combined firm, known as Polsinelli Shughart, has around $175 million in […]

Jan 28, 2009

Hulshof to join Polsinelli Shughart

Former U.S. Representative and Republican candidate for governor Kenny Hulshof will join the newly merged Polsinelli Shughart firm on Feb. 1, the firm said late Tuesday. Hulshof, who had represented Missouri’s 9th Congressional District since 1997, will be a shareholder in the firm’s public policy practice group and will maintain offices in Washington and Missouri. […]

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