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Sonnenschein to tie knot with UK firm

The lure of an established energy law practice and the ability to expand its insurance market sit on a long list of reasons a Chicago-based firm with Missouri offices looks to combine forces with the Brits.

Or maybe it was the crumpets that sealed the deal.

Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal and London-based Denton Wilde Sapte have agreed to the union, subject to a partnership vote on June 9.

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Sonnenschein to join forces with London firm

Chicago-based Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal and London-based Denton Wilde Sapte have agreed to combine forces, subject to a partnership vote on June 9. The combined firm, to be called SNR Denton, will have more than 1,400 lawyers and professionals based ...

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Kansas City Newsmakers, Nov. 16, 2009

Harrison joins Sonnenschein Belinda L. Harrison has joined Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal’s Kansas City office as counsel in its litigation practice.  Harrison previously worked as corporate counsel at the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA), an international trade group that represents ...

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Truckers’ association counsel joins Sonnenschein in Kansas City

Belinda Harrison, former corporate counsel at a trucker drivers’ trade association, joined Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal’s Kansas City office as counsel in the litigation practice. Harrison managed the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association’s defense of labor and employment lawsuits and oversaw ...

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Great Western bunks with Sonnenschein

Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal managed to sublease extra office space in Kansas City – despite an asking rate of about double that of two other law firms looking to unload space. Great Western Bank, a Sonnenschein client, is building out ...

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KCMBA spearheads effort to increase pro bono work

A new effort from the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association aims to provide those incentives at a time when the economy is forcing many more individuals to represent themselves. The bar on Friday announced details of a pro bono database and Web site intended to link up Kansas City attorneys with citizens in need of free representation, part of a yearlong effort KCMBA President Rebbecca Lake Wood has spearheaded.

Supreme Court Judge Richard Teitelman and Jackson County Circuit Judge Ann Mesle's goodbye is reflected in a mirrored column at the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association's Pro Bono Summit on Friday.

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