| Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to announce the promotion of Martha Charepoo and Megan Stumph-Turner to Member status effective January 1, 2019.
Martha Charepoo and Megan R. Stumph-Turner
| Martha Charepoo has authored Volume 16 of the Civil Rules Practice (Vols. 15-17A, Missouri Practice Series), 2016-2017. Published by one of the nation’s largest legal publishers, Thomson Reuters, Civil Rules Practice guides readers through...
| avid Eisenberg was quoted in a May 18, 2016, Law360 article “Attorneys React To DOL's Final Overtime Exemption Rule” regarding the significance of the U.S. Labor Department’s issuance of the final version of the overtime exemption rule raising the minimum salary threshold to qualify for the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar exemption. Eisenberg commented...
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David M. Eisenberg
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| Nineteen Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice attorneys have been recognized in the 2018 edition of Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers and Rising Stars...
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Jonathan E. Benevides, John W. Cowden, David M. Eisenberg, Rebecca M. Christensen, Joshua S. Davis, Michael B. Hunter, James Scott Kreamer, Nathan D. Leming, John F. Mahon, Jr., Michael C. McMullen, John E. Patterson, Thomas E. Rice, Shawn M. Rogers, Steven P. Sanders, Thomas N. Sterchi, Kara T. Stubbs, Paul N. Venker, Theodore J. Williams, Jr and Richard I. Woolf
| Thomas Sterchi has been recognized as a "Local Litigation Star (Missouri)" in the 2019 edition of Benchmark Litigation. The publication's research team conducts extensive interviews with litigators and their clients over a six month period to identify the leading litigators and...
Thomas N. Sterchi
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