| BSCR attorney Megan Stumph-Turner competed in Las Vegas on America's favorite game show, "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." in a cliffhanger two-part series that aired September 12-13, 2018.
Megan R. Stumph-Turner
| Martha Charepoo has been appointed to author Volume 15 of the Missouri Practice Series, Civil Rules Practice. Published by one of the nation's largest legal publishers, Thomson Reuters, Civil Rules Practice guides readers through...
| Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice attorney Bridgette Fu has been selected by Missouri Lawyers Media as a 2018 "Up & Coming" honoree. Fu joins a class of 45 attorneys from around the state to receive the award. Conferred on early-career lawyers who demonstrate...
Bridgette N. Fu
| Thomas Sterchi has been selected as a Kansas City Business Journal 2018 "Best of the Bar" honoree. Published annually for over 15 years, "Best of the Bar" recognizes top attorneys with at least 10 years of professional practice in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Thomas N. Sterchi
| John Watt has been named the 2020 Program Co-Chair of the ALFA International Construction Practice Group's biennial seminar. As Program Co-Chair, Watt's duties and responsibilities will include...
Related Services: Construction; Construction, Fidelity & Surety
John A. Watt
| Fourteen Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice lawyers have been recognized in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® across numerous practice areas.
Related Services: Aerospace; Construction; Healthcare; Insurance; Railroad; Commercial; Employment & Labor; Medical Malpractice; Personal Injury Defense; Product Liability; and Toxic/Mass Tort & Environmental
John W. Cowden, Peter B. Hoffman, Michael B. Hunter, James Scott Kreamer, John P. Lord, John F. Mahon, Jr., Michael C. McMullen, Thomas E. Rice, Steven P. Sanders, James T. Seigfreid, Jr., Thomas N. Sterchi, Kara T. Stubbs, Paul N. Venker and Theodore J. Williams, Jr
| Mary Hoffman has been recognized by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as a 2018 Unsung Legal Hero, an award honoring legal support professionals who have consistently gone above and beyond the call of duty. Twenty-five individuals received the Unsung Legal Hero award in...
| The firm is pleased to announce that Martha Charepoo has been appointed as the new chair of the firm's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Martha is passionate about the importance of cultivating diversity in the legal profession, and looks forward to supporting the firm's efforts to hire and retain talented and diverse attorneys and staff to serve BSCR's diverse client base.