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St. Louis, MO White Collar Crime Lawyer
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Saint Louis, MO White Collar Crime Attorney with 13 years experience
- (314) 409-2659
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During my time in law school, I had the privilege of working as a law clerk for The Honorable Judge Kays who is a Western District Federal Judge. During this time, I learned a great amount of practical legal skills, legal writing skills, and other skills pertaining to the practice of law.
In addition to this, I have...
Mike Lutke is a former Public Defender for the State of Missouri and over the course of his career he...
As an M&A lawyer, John has a unique set of skills and experience having represented parties on all sides of a transaction. In his former capacity as General Counsel, Mr. Kennyhertz was responsible for the oversight and management of the private equity firm’s non-real estate legal matters, as well as the risk management and compliance for each entity comprising the firm’s portfolio. Prior to this role, Mr....
Kansas City, MO 64114
University of Houston Law Center and Arizona Summit Law School
Mike and his family live in the Swope Park area. You might...
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