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Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by Anonymous User » Wed Oct 30, 2019 11:27 am

Currently in biglaw in Cali and my spouse has ties to the KC area. We are thinking about moving to KC, where I would like to join a smaller plaintiffs firm. However, it's tough to learn a lot about plaintiffs' practices online, and I'm trying to use every resource I can... So, can anyone tell me about the general reputation of the following firms? Anyone know anyone who works at these firms?

- German May
- Robb & Robb
- Davis Bethune & Jones
- Langdon & Emison

Would appreciate any insight on this. Thanks!

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by TatteredDignity » Wed Oct 30, 2019 10:31 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Currently in biglaw in Cali and my spouse has ties to the KC area. We are thinking about moving to KC, where I would like to join a smaller plaintiffs firm. However, it's tough to learn a lot about plaintiffs' practices online, and I'm trying to use every resource I can... So, can anyone tell me about the general reputation of the following firms? Anyone know anyone who works at these firms?

- German May
- Robb & Robb
- Davis Bethune & Jones
- Langdon & Emison

Would appreciate any insight on this. Thanks!
German May and R and R are very different firms. Think sophisticated class action work (securities) for GM, vs. high profile personal injury stuff for R.R. I don’t know the other two firms.

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by Anonymous User » Thu Oct 31, 2019 8:45 pm

Diff anon, similarly situated. Any other insight on these firms/this topic?

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by desiballa21 » Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:43 pm

KC has some good shops. Steuve is baller, getting v big cases. Wagstaff also has a great rep.

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by Anonymous User » Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:11 am

Moving back home to KC from the east coast, open to all KC options including P firms. Anymore insight on these firms or others? Txs.

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by Lacepiece23 » Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:13 am

I’ve been up against Wagstaff several times. They are pretty good. Definitely have some good lawyers over there.

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Re: Kansas City Plaintiffs' Firms

Post by AaronCarter » Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:13 am

TatteredDignity wrote:
Wed Oct 30, 2019 10:31 pm
Anonymous User wrote:Currently in biglaw in Cali and my spouse has ties to the KC area. We are thinking about moving to KC, where I would like to join a smaller plaintiffs firm. However, it's tough to learn a lot about plaintiffs' practices online, and I'm trying to use every resource I can... So, can anyone tell me about the general reputation of the following firms? Anyone know anyone who works at these firms?

- German May
- Robb & Robb
- Davis Bethune & Jones
- Langdon & Emison

Would appreciate any insight on this. Thanks!
German May and R and R are very different firms. Think sophisticated class action work (securities) for GM, vs. high profile personal injury stuff for R.R. I don’t know the other two firms.
Do these 4 firms pay KC market rate (125k I believe?)?

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