For the past 25 years, my practice has concentrated on achieving effective resolution of business disputes for my clients. While we are experienced in all phases of trial and appellate practice, our advocacy on your behalf will not be limited to litigation. In our experience, we have found that achieving your business goals might necessitate court intervention, but you may be better served through mediation or some other form of informal dispute resolution.
We will take the time to assess your legal situation, consider your risks and obligations and counsel you regarding a strategy that is tailored to your resources and business objectives. We will stay in close contact during the course of our representation, keeping you advised of all important developments and considering your input at every step.
From time to time, all businesses experience legal challenges that, if not resolved, could prove costly in both time and money. Over the years we have successfully assisted Kansas and Missouri businesses and individuals in numerous types of business disputes including:
I have practiced law in the Kansas City area since 1984, first with the firm of Smith, Gill, Fisher and Butts, PC and then in the Kansas City and Overland Park offices of Bryan Cave, LLP. In October 2002 I joined the partnership of Hubbard, Ruzicka, Kreamer & Kincaid L.C. I am a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Iowa Law School. I graduated law school with honors and was an associate editor of the Iowa Law Review. My practice brings me before the state and federal courts of both Kansas and Missouri. Martindale-Hubbell has rated me "AV," its highest designation.
I have been active in community affairs, serving as board member and board chair of numerous local philanthropic organizations, including the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City. I am currently board chair of the Kansas City Jewish Community Relations Bureau/American Jewish Committee. I am a graduate of mediation training seminars and Leadership Overland Park. My wife, Janet Mark, and I are empty nesters, residing in Leawood.
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