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Litigation: General Commercial — Kansas City & Surrounds


Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC - Litigation

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Commentary from the Chambers USA guide

What the team is known for Kansas City-based team of this regional firm has a solid reputation for its insurance, product liability and class action defense work. Key areas of expertise include construction and antitrust disputes. Has extensive experience advising clients in the aviation and financial services industries.

Work highlights Represented a Fortune 500 airline in defending a claim relating to a brain injury that was allegedly sustained because of objects falling from an overhead bin.

Acted for an aerospace engine manufacturer in its defense of a product liability case.

Notable practitioners

James Seigfreid remains a strong choice for vehicle manufacturers facing product liability issues. He has over three decades of experience in the space.

John Cowden regularly works with clients from across the automotive and technology industries. He has extensive experience representing clients in product liability cases.

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Berkowitz Oliver LLP - Litigation

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What the team is known for Well known in Kansas City for its excellent team of litigators offering a broad range of sophisticated trial experience. Routinely handles product liability defense cases and white-collar crime investigations. Represents an eminent clientele with an enviable coverage of the automobile and manufacturing industries.

Strengths This "extremely responsive and proactive team" is lauded for being "very knowledgeable and extraordinarily practical, with great problem solvers."

Sources agree that this "firm has an excellent reputation; they are prepared, smart and professional."

Work highlights Acted for Ford in a dealership dispute involving an alleged breach of contract action brought in federal court relating to the sale of a dealership more than 15 years ago.

Acts as legal counsel to H&R Block on a full range of litigation-related issues including breach of contract matters, arbitrations and premises liability litigation.

Significant clients BMW, Honda, Hyundai, Kansas City Life Insurance Company, KPMG.

Notable practitioners

James Eisenbrandt is a highly respected attorney who focuses on white-collar crime. He has significant experience before federal courts and frequently represents clients in antitrust and fraud cases.

Jeffrey Morris is noted for his white-collar crime expertise and regularly assists clients with litigation and government investigations.

Thomas Schult continues to thrive in the product liability space. He possesses a wealth of litigation experience and demonstrates in-depth knowledge of the manufacturing and biotechnology industries.

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Bryan Cave LLP - Litigation

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What the team is known for Highly rated firm with a sophisticated commercial litigation practice in both its St. Louis and Kansas City offices. Provides a variety of services including advice on commercial litigation and white-collar crime matters. Established team that frequently acts for clients in a range of insurance and medical malpractice cases.

Strengths One impressed client enthuses: "We have worked with them for many years and have had excellent results. The attorneys are responsive, thoughtful and diligent."

According to sources, this team "brings a ton of experience. They are very practical and provide very good analysis."

Work highlights Represents U-Haul International in an ongoing case involving wrongful death claims.

Acting for Shawnee Enerco as the plaintiff in an ongoing breach of contract matter. The action is brought against EIF K Landfill Gas and involves a pricing disagreement.

Significant clients Anderson Metal Corporation, Citizens Bank & Trust, Alticor, Enterprise Leasing, CenturyLink.

Notable practitioners

Sources note Dan Ball's extensive litigation expertise and say: "He is top-flight, certainly a standout, a longtime trial lawyer." He is a popular choice for high-profile clients from the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Sources say William Perry Brandt is an "excellent litigator with a very successful track record." As well as his role as an active litigator, Brandt also acts as the managing partner of the firm's Kansas City office.

The "very effective" Craig O'Dear's range of work includes advising on fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract cases. He services a range of clients from across the finance industry.

Bettina Strauss regularly assists with multidistrict litigation cases, with a particular focus on medical and injury claims. She is singled out by market commentators for her work in the pharmaceutical space.

Thomas Walsh is senior counsel at the firm. He has a wealth of experience advising on litigation at both a state and federal level.

Robert Thompson is identified as a "great lawyer and effective communicator." He has a wide range of experience across the area including regular work on breach of contract and fraud cases.

Robert Ebert advises clients on general commercial litigation with particular expertise in product liability issues. He also works with clients on arbitrations, with recent work including advice to Starwood Hotels and Resorts on a $20 million arbitration.

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Dentons - Litigation

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Commentary from the Chambers USA guide

What the team is known for This skilled team draws on its resources to handle a broad array of litigation. Active offices in Kansas City and St. Louis frequently assist with white-collar crime and federal investigations. Also has experience on class actions, franchising and antitrust disputes.

Strengths According to clients, this team is "extremely timely and helpful. They knew the case backwards and forwards."

One client commends the team for being "responsive and goal-oriented" and says: "I found their litigators to be thoughtful and they have a wide bench of expertise."

Work highlights Defended Country Mutual against allegations of interference related to its business practices. The team obtained a summary judgment in favor of the client.

Represents Carecentrix as defense counsel in an ongoing class action that involves data breach claims.

Significant clients Sprint Nextel, Singing River Health System, Los Angeles Rams, First American Title Insurance, Maxus Properties.

Notable practitioners

Stephen Hill is noted for being a white-collar crime specialist. He is praised for his work for companies in relation to government investigations.

Stephen Rovak is a highly respected litigator and described as "very strategic and very good at dealing with expert witnesses in the technical areas of the case." He assists clients with a wide range of commercial litigation.

Jerome Wolf possesses extensive experience as a litigator and has in-depth knowledge of a range of issues that includes construction and alternative dispute resolution.

Curtis Woods continues to operate a broad litigation practice. His key areas of expertise include white-collar crime defense. He regularly acts for clients in construction-related disputes.

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German May PC - Litigation

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Commentary from the Chambers USA guide

What the team is known for Well-established boutique with a full suite of services in commercial litigation, white-collar crime and government investigations. Represents both plaintiffs and defendants, with an impressive track record advising clients in the utilities, oil and gas industries.

Notable practitioners

The "excellent" Charles German has extensive experience as a commercial litigator. He also attracts a wealth of praise for his white-collar and government investigations expertise. Market observers say: "He is absolutely top-drawer."

Kirk May is singled out for his solid reputation as a general commercial litigator. He has experience on class actions and frequently appears before both federal and state courts. He has significant product liability expertise.

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Husch Blackwell LLP - Litigation

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What the team is known for Distinguished outfit with a noted presence in both St. Louis and Kansas City. Areas of strength include class actions and fraud and insurance-related matters. Has an impressive record of representing clients across the pharmaceutical, transportation and agriculture industries.

Strengths The team is praised by sources who say: "They are very intellectually engaged, conduct very thorough research and the litigation work is excellent."

Clients remark that "they are very, very highly trusted advisers and advocates."

Work highlights Advised Mortgage Electric Registration Systems with its efforts to have a judgment, which sought to eliminate a deed of trust held by the client, set aside. The team obtained a summary judgment on behalf of MERS.

Successfully sought a dismissal of a high-value claim brought against the National Information Solutions Cooperative that involved allegations of preferential transfers.

Significant clients Agrian, Career Education Group, Emerson Electric, Forest Pharmaceuticals, Green Plains.

Notable practitioners

Bill Corum and JoAnn Sandifer are key contacts for the group.

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Lathrop Gage - Litigation

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What the team is known for Well-established firm offering a full suite of litigation services. Represents clients on a broad array of matters, from personal injury claims to class actions relating to product liability and environmental tort. Also has a strong record representing clients in the healthcare and financial services industries.

Work highlights Acted for Larry Ruffin, Phillip Bivens and Bobby Ray Dixon in a $16.5 million wrongful conviction suit after the three men were wrongfully imprisoned after being beaten and coerced into a confession.

Acts for multiple news organizations that included The Guardian, Associated Press and The Kansas City Star, among others, in an ongoing case alleging violations of the sunshine law relating to the nondisclosure of the names of companies supplying drugs for lethal injections.

Significant clients TRW Automotive, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Wells Fargo, Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.

Notable practitioners

Jean Paul Bradshaw has a breadth of litigation experience and frequently acts for clients in class actions. He is particularly active in the healthcare industry and well versed on a range of issues that includes Medicaid eligibility and improper disclosure.

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Polsinelli PC - Litigation

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What the team is known for Preeminent team in Kansas City that boasts a deep bench and full-service capabilities. Significant experience in appellate trials, class actions and antitrust matters. Continues to be active across a range of industries including healthcare and banking.

Strengths Sources commend the firm's deep bench when commenting on its "huge pool of talent."

Clients say: "They focus on real solutions; that makes it really easy for us."

Sources applaud this team for its "quality of people and breadth and depth of knowledge."

Work highlights Represents 382 clients in Ideker Farms v United States of America, an ongoing mass action brought under the Fifth Amendment where it is alleged that the government is unjustifiably taking private property.

Acts for Family Benefit Life Insurance as defense counsel in an ongoing class action alleging breach of contract and violation of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act.

Significant clients Kansas City Power & Light, US Bank National Association, Sprint Corporation, Jack Henry & Associates, Hillyard Enterprises.

Notable practitioners

Sources have "the highest regard" for Robert Henderson's litigation practice. He draws on his longstanding experience to represent clients in high-profile class actions. He is a popular choice for clients from the healthcare and banking industries.

Russell Jones is described as "extremely relatable" and praised for "doing an excellent job at preparing arguments and rationale." He is sought out for his experience of the telecommunications and software industries and is well versed on issues related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Dan Boulware is well placed to represent clients in complex, large-scale class actions. He has particular experience on cases involving bankruptcy and environmental issues. One source notes his "technical knowledge" and adds: "He is very customer-focused and understands our business."

Thomas Kokoruda has significant experience in the healthcare industry. Commentators highlight his medical malpractice background and focus of product liability.

Russell Welsh is credited for managing a "very large and successful firm" in his longstanding role as Polsinelli's chair and CEO. Additional commentary compliments his litigation expertise.

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Polsinelli’s Litigation department provides practical, industry-specific litigation strategies that are informed by substantive legal and procedural knowledge, real courtroom experience and a keen awareness of how legal outcomes can impact businesses’ bottom lines.  
We handle trials, arbitrations, mediations and appeals in all commercial and business fields.  Our comprehensive approach integrates a deep understanding of evolving industry and legal trends, varied litigation specialties, skilled practitioners and in-house litigation support capabilities including courtroom technology and electronic discovery management and storage capabilities. We represent organizations in multiple industries, including banking and finance, construction, health care, manufacturing, mining, pharmaceutical, public utilities, technology, telecommunications, and transportation to name a few. 

We have handled cases in state and federal courts and ADR forums across the United States and many foreign jurisdictions. Judges and other lawyers know and respect our litigators; they know we will be well prepared and ready to take the case through conclusion. Our coast-to-coast platform, cutting edge litigation support technologies, and reputation for taking cases to trial gives our clients strategic advantages when dealing with adversaries. 

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Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP - Litigation

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What the team is known for Remains at the forefront of the litigation space in Kansas City. Particularly well regarded for its impressive track record defending clients in high-profile product liability matters. Frequently called upon to assist clients with complex investigations. Maintains its list of prominent clients in the pharmaceutical and food and drink industries.

Strengths One client notes: "They are highly reliable and responsive, which makes them one of our go-to firms."

Sources attribute the firm's "great success" to its "very high level of work" and the "smart and thorough" bench.

Work highlights Continues to defend Leggett & Platt against price-fixing allegations in ongoing multidistrict litigation.

Acts as legal counsel to Compass Group North America and represents the client in all general liability cases including minor and catastrophic injury claims.

Significant clients Nissan North America, Tyco International, Tyson Foods, HNTB Corporation, Allergan.

Notable practitioners

Eugene Balloun has a wealth of litigation experience and in-depth knowledge of insurance and antitrust issues. He remains "a well-known attorney" and valuable resource for the firm.

Todd Ruskamp frequently represents clients in class actions and has significant experience in the finance industry. He is also well placed to assist with issues related to the TCPA. According to market sources, he is "very good to work with."

Gene Voigts is a highly respected attorney who is widely recognized across the market by commentators, who draw attention to his extensive experience. His key areas of expertise include product liability.

Market feedback confirms that the "tremendous" Robert Adams retains his prestigious reputation. Sources say he is "top of the list" for product liability litigation and draw attention to his wealth of experience.

William Sampson has a breadth of experience and represents clients in both state and nationwide class actions. He is particularly active for clients in the manufacturing industry and is equipped to act for Fortune 500 companies. Product liability remains a key area of his expertise.

The "excellent" Joseph Rebein has a broad practice that includes advising clients on antitrust cases. He is well placed to advise on multidistrict litigations and federal class actions. Sources say: "He is great at being responsive and making sure no balls are dropped."

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP - Litigation

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What the team is known for Well-respected firm offering strong trial experience in both its Kansas City and St. Louis offices. Represents clients in high-stakes class actions, contract disputes and antitrust litigation. Other key areas of expertise include breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. Acts for a range of clients across industries including healthcare and finance.

Strengths Clients say that "they were very supportive of the litigation, covered all of the bases and were very well prepared."

Clients highlight the firm's "depth of knowledge, experience and expertise" and say: "Their legal input proved invaluable."

Work highlights Defends NorthWestern Energy in an ongoing case involving allegations of property damage made by ExxonMobil and relating to two electrical power outages. The claims relate to lost profits due to a shutdown of a crude oil refinery.

Represents Sanofi US in a range of antitrust cases including recent litigation relating to the Cipro brand drug.

Significant clients Hallmark Cards, Layne Christensen Company, Canadian Pacific, Haldex Brake Products Corporation, CVR Energy.

Notable practitioners

The "top-notch" John Aisenbrey is a leading lawyer in the area with extensive experience on commercial litigation and white-collar crime. One impressed commentator lauds him, saying: "He really is an icon in Kansas City."

David Everson is a solid choice for counsel on antitrust-related cases. He possesses a wealth of experience across the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry and is frequently sought out by international corporations.

John Moticka is a well-known lawyer with a highly reputable litigation practice. He has over three decades of experience advising on a full range of commercial litigation.

Douglas Dalgleish provides counsel on a broad range of issues including contract disputes and class actions. Market sources commend his commercial approach and say that "he is very well thought of" with "a lot of courtroom experience."

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Wyrsch Hobbs & Mirakian PC - Litigation

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What the team is known for Continues to thrive as a go-to firm for white-collar crime defense. Established bench with specialist capabilities advising both corporate and nonprofit clients on a range of contentious issues including toxic tort, bankruptcy and employment-related matters.

Strengths The group attracts praise from sources who say: "They are absolutely the preeminent team for white-collar crime."

Other sources say: "They are highly regarded by other trial lawyers and judges."

Work highlights Defended David Cline, a former Indianapolis Life agent, in ongoing litigation involving allegations of fraudulent representations made by a doctor and relating to the sale of a tax-advantaged claim.

Advising Stephen Glassman, the president of Assured Management Company, on his defense against a claim that seeks to hold him liable for embezzlement performed by an employee of his company.

Significant clients US Bank National Association, Sinclair Oil Company, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Discount Mountain.

Notable practitioners

The highly respected James Hobbs is singled out as a "leading light" at this firm. He possesses extensive knowledge of corporate and federal investigations. He is frequently sought out to assist with construction and contract-related issues.

James Wyrsch's white-collar crime practice continues to attract enviable praise from market observers, who describe him as "exceptional and outstanding" and compliment his impressive client service.

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Senior Statesmen

Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Eugene Balloun has a wealth of litigation experience and in-depth knowledge of insurance and antitrust issues. He remains "a well-known attorney" and valuable resource for the firm.

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Senior Statesmen

Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Gene Voigts is a highly respected attorney who is widely recognized across the market by commentators, who draw attention to his extensive experience. His key areas of expertise include product liability.

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Dentons

From the Chambers USA guide

Jerome Wolf possesses extensive experience as a litigator and has in-depth knowledge of a range of issues that includes construction and alternative dispute resolution.

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Eminent Practitioner

Polsinelli PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Russell Welsh is credited for managing a "very large and successful firm" in his longstanding role as Polsinelli's chair and CEO. Additional commentary compliments his litigation expertise.

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Star Individuals

Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Market feedback confirms that the "tremendous" Robert Adams retains his prestigious reputation. Sources say he is "top of the list" for product liability litigation and draw attention to his wealth of experience.

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP

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The "top-notch" John Aisenbrey is a leading lawyer in the area with extensive experience on commercial litigation and white-collar crime. One impressed commentator lauds him, saying: "He really is an icon in Kansas City."

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Douglas Dalgleish

Stinson Leonard Street LLP

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Douglas Dalgleish provides counsel on a broad range of issues including contract disputes and class actions. Market sources commend his commercial approach and say that "he is very well thought of" with "a lot of courtroom experience."

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German May PC

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The "excellent" Charles German has extensive experience as a commercial litigator. He also attracts a wealth of praise for his white-collar and government investigations expertise. Market observers say: "He is absolutely top-drawer."

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Scharnhorst Ast Kennard & Griffin PC

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James Griffin of Scharnhorst Ast Kennard & Griffin PC has an "excellent" reputation as a "highly regarded trial lawyer" and is singled out for his experience in class actions. He provides representation to both plaintiffs and defendants and has arbitration expertise.

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Robert A Henderson

Polsinelli PC

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Sources have "the highest regard" for Robert Henderson's litigation practice. He draws on his longstanding experience to represent clients in high-profile class actions. He is a popular choice for clients from the healthcare and banking industries.

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Bryan Cave LLP

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The "very effective" Craig O'Dear's range of work includes advising on fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract cases. He services a range of clients from across the finance industry.

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William Perry Brandt

Bryan Cave LLP

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Sources say William Perry Brandt is an "excellent litigator with a very successful track record." As well as his role as an active litigator, Brandt also acts as the managing partner of the firm's Kansas City office.

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Deacy & Deacy LLP

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Spencer Brown of Deacy & Deacy LLP provides counsel on product liability and toxic tort matters. Sources say: "He is absolutely excellent."

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Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC

From the Chambers USA guide

John Cowden regularly works with clients from across the automotive and technology industries. He has extensive experience representing clients in product liability cases.

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Russell S Jones Jr

Polsinelli PC

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Russell Jones is described as "extremely relatable" and praised for "doing an excellent job at preparing arguments and rationale." He is sought out for his experience of the telecommunications and software industries and is well versed on issues related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

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German May PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Kirk May is singled out for his solid reputation as a general commercial litigator. He has experience on class actions and frequently appears before both federal and state courts. He has significant product liability expertise.

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Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

The "excellent" Joseph Rebein has a broad practice that includes advising clients on antitrust cases. He is well placed to advise on multidistrict litigations and federal class actions. Sources say: "He is great at being responsive and making sure no balls are dropped."

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Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

William Sampson has a breadth of experience and represents clients in both state and nationwide class actions. He is particularly active for clients in the manufacturing industry and is equipped to act for Fortune 500 companies. Product liability remains a key area of his expertise.

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Berkowitz Oliver LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Thomas Schult continues to thrive in the product liability space. He possesses a wealth of litigation experience and demonstrates in-depth knowledge of the manufacturing and biotechnology industries.

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Polsinelli PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Dan Boulware is well placed to represent clients in complex, large-scale class actions. He has particular experience on cases involving bankruptcy and environmental issues. One source notes his "technical knowledge" and adds: "He is very customer-focused and understands our business."

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Thomas G Kokoruda

Polsinelli PC

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Thomas Kokoruda has significant experience in the healthcare industry. Commentators highlight his medical malpractice background and focus of product liability.

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Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Todd Ruskamp frequently represents clients in class actions and has significant experience in the finance industry. He is also well placed to assist with issues related to the TCPA. According to market sources, he is "very good to work with."

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James T Seigfreid Jr

Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC

From the Chambers USA guide

James Seigfreid remains a strong choice for vehicle manufacturers facing product liability issues. He has over three decades of experience in the space.

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Robert M. Thompson

Bryan Cave LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Robert Thompson is identified as a "great lawyer and effective communicator." He has a wide range of experience across the area including regular work on breach of contract and fraud cases.

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Armstrong Teasdale LLP

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Commentators agree that Laurence Tucker is a well-respected name  for commercial litigation advice, at both trial and appeal. As well as litigation, he also assists clients with arbitrations and mediations.

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Dentons

From the Chambers USA guide

Curtis Woods continues to operate a broad litigation practice. His key areas of expertise include white-collar crime defense. He regularly acts for clients in construction-related disputes.

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