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The Missouri Bar annual meeting

Attorney John Gunn, vice president of The Gunn Law Firm in St. Louis and a member of the American Bar Association’s Commission on IOLTA , says lawyers don’t want to find out that an action they took —or failed to take — resulted in a shortfall in a client’s account in the Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts. That could trigger a complaint to the Missouri Supreme Court’s Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel. Photo by Karen Elshout
Oct 2, 2019

Panel at Missouri Bar meeting stresses lawyer well-being

Alcohol abuse. Overeating. Depression, anxiety and isolation. Missouri attorneys took the lead in sharing issues with which they have struggled during a frank conversation about well-being in the legal profession at The Missouri Bar Annual Meeting in Branson. At a Sept. 19 plenary session, attorneys shared their personal accounts and a co-chair of the American […]

James Dowd, John Grimm
Sep 23, 2019

John Grimm elected next VP of The Missouri Bar

For the first time in nearly 40 years, a Cape Girardeau attorney is on track to become president of The Missouri Bar. At the board of governor’s meeting Sept. 18 during The Missouri Bar Annual Meeting in Branson, the board elected John W. Grimm of The Limbaugh Firm as vice president, putting him on track […]

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