JEFFERSON CITY — Potosi attorney Michael P. Kelly has been disbarred following a March 6 Missouri Supreme Court ruling after the chief disciplinary counsel investigation turned up alleged professional misconduct.
JEFFERSON CITY — Kansas City attorneys James D. Boggs and William Christian Boggs, father and son, the elder of whom is a former municipal judge, both are on probation following separate March 30 Missouri Supreme Court orders.
JEFFERSON CITY — Marshall attorney Joby J. Raines has been disbarred by default following a March 6 Missouri Supreme Court order after multiple DWI convictions earlier this decade and a complaint from a former client.
Attorney Byron Carroll Loudon, of Overland Park, Kansas, practicing in Missouri for almost 28 years, has been voluntarily disbarred following a Feb. 26 Missouri Supreme Court order after he admitted to practicing law while his license was suspended.
JEFFERSON CITY — The head of a women's advocacy group recently praised Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley for partnering with the group in a review of the states' governmental discrimination and harassment policies.
Liberty attorney Jerome M. Patience has been voluntarily disbarred following a Feb. 23 Missouri Supreme Court order after he was sentenced last month to 6 years in prison for attempted sexual exploitation of a child.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is mulling three candidates, a Clayton attorney and two associate circuit judges, that the 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission recommended to fill a bench vacancy left when Judge Jimmie Edwards resigned last fall.
Independence attorney and former Jackson County Executive Michael D. Sanders has been placed on interim suspension following a Feb. 20 Missouri Supreme Court ruling after his guilty plea last month to a wire fraud charge.
St. Louis attorney Karl W. Dickhaus, on probation while he represented failed banker Shaun Hayes on bank fraud charges over the last two years, is no longer on probation following a Feb. 7 Missouri Supreme Court order.
St. Louis attorney Caryn H. Haddix, formerly Caryn H. Nadenbush, has been reinstated to practice law in Missouri following a Jan. 24 Missouri Supreme Court order after she completed her discipline, including a suspension, handed down in 2014.
Attorney Lance M. Haley of Overland Park, Kansas, no longer is on probation following a Jan. 26 Missouri Supreme Court order thatfound he completed the terms of his probation after more than a decade of discipline.
Attorney Sanford P. Krigel of Kansas City, Missouri, no longer is on probation following a Jan. 29 Missouri Supreme Court order that found he completed the terms of his probation handed down about two years ago following a bungled 2010 adoption case.
Attorney Jeannie M. Bobrink of Kansas City, Missouri, has been voluntarily disbarred following a Jan. 30 Missouri Supreme Court order after admitting to violating multiple rules of professional conduct.
St. Louis attorney Jonathan D. Valentino has been suspended following a Jan. 16 Missouri Supreme Court ruling after he allegedly lied to a client for more than five years about a lawsuit he never filed on the client's behalf in 2010.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley's decision days before Christmas to investigate whether Gov. Eric Greitens and his staff illegally used an app to destroy public records has no bearing on an open government organization's lawsuit, one of the group's attorneys said during a recent interview.
JEFFERSON CITY — An open government group's lawsuit alleging Gov. Eric Greitens and his staff illegally used an app to destroy public records could find itself quickly dismissed if it isn't amended, a liberty advocacy group's litigation expert said during a recent interview.
ST. LOUIS — The case of a general contractor trying to get paid for almost seven years of renovation work at a St. Louis property is on its way back to the trial court after an appeals court ruled the contractor met the statute of limitations after all.
St. Louis attorney William Kieran Meehan, who two years ago filed suit on behalf of an area pastor against a restaurant known for throwing dinner rolls, recently received a stayed suspension with probation following a Missouri Supreme Court order.
Successfully defending a case on behalf of Advocate Health Care Network before the U.S. Supreme Court was a team effort, the recipient of a 2018 Missouri Lawyers Award for her role in the high-profile case said during a recent interview.