Stinson Morrison

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Kansas City Business Journal
National firm nabs experienced litigator from Seyferth BlumenthalKansas City Business JournalHe also has worked at Gaddy Geiger & Brown PC, Rouse Hendricks German May PC and Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP, which is now known as Stinson Leonard Street LLP. Headquartered in Atlanta, Ogletree Deakins is one of the nation's largest labor and ...
Thompson Coburn Nabs Stinson Leonard Energy LitigatorLaw360 (subscription)After clerking at FERC, Clair went into private practice and ended up joining a firm called Morrison Hecker, which changed its name to Stinson Morrison Hecker in 2002 and eventually became Stinson Leonard Street. Bonnie Blair, chair of Thompson Coburn …
Kansas City Business Journal
Stinson Morrison will merge with Leonard Street as law firm mergers heat upABA JournalStinson Morrison Hecker is merging with Leonard Street and Deinard to become the 75th largest law firm in the United States by headcount. The merger, set to take place on Jan. 1, will create a 525-lawyer firm with offices in 14 cities, report the …Stinson will merge with big Minneapolis firmKansas City Business JournalStinson Morrison Hecker merging with Minneapolis law firmSTLtoday.comLeonard Merger Creates 525-Attorney Law FirmTwin Cities Business Magazineall 21 news articles »
Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Stinson Leonard Street plans 325-employee HQ move in downtown MinneapolisMinneapolis / St. Paul Business JournalStinson Leonard Street, the Twin Cities' fourth-largest law firm, has signed a 105,000-square-foot lease in the 50 South Sixth office tower in downtown Minneapolis. Stinson Leonard Street, which has about 325 Minneapolis employees (including 185 ...and more »
Omaha World-Herald
Mutual of OmahaOmaha World-HeraldShe also was a partner with Stinson, Morrison, Hecker, PC and was previously associated with Kennedy, Holland, DeLacy & Svoboda and Shook, Hardy & Bacon in Kansas City, Missouri. Jerram earned a BSN from Creighton University College of Nursing ...
Farm Bureau News
#WomenInAg Spotlight: Kristi BoswellFarm Bureau NewsPrior to joining AFBF, Boswell practiced corporate defense litigation, including labor and employment matters, at Stinson Morrison Hacker LLP in Omaha, Nebraska. She also worked as an aide to former Nebraska State Sen. Pamela Redfield in the Nebraska ...
Kansas City Business Journal
Stinson re-ups in Downtown, but streamlines spaceKansas City Business JournalStinson Morrison Hecker LLP has signed a long-term lease extension at 1201 Walnut St., renewing its long commitment to Downtown. Managing Partner Mark Hinderks said the extension will provide the law firm with 133,000 square feet and expansion ...
The legal market is changing. Can Minnesota's law schools adapt?MinnPostIn September 2013, Minneapolis-based Leonard, Street and Deinard announced its merger with Stinson Morrison Hecker, a firm based in Kansas City, Mo.. The combined firm started doing business as Stinson Leonard Street LLP at the beginning of 2014.and more »
Lathrop, Stinson call off merger plansKansas City Business JournalLathrop & Gage LLP and Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP will not merge, according to people familiar with the situation. Rumors of a possible deal have circulated in the Kansas City legal community for months, but in a meeting April 26, Lathrop firm leaders ...and more »
Kansas City Business Journal
Former Stinson Morrison Hecker lawyer faces taxing accusationsKansas City Business JournalIn oral arguments earlier this month, the Missouri Supreme Court weighed whether former Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP estate attorney John Davis should keep his law license. A decision is pending. Davis resigned from the firm in February 2010 after an ...
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