Stinson Leonard Street Successfully Represents Hallmark Cards Before The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Eighth Circuit
Stinson Leonard Street Advises Enventis Corporation in Merger with Consolidated Communications
Stinson Leonard Street Represents Liberty Bancshares and Liberty Bank in Sale to Simmons First National Corporation
Stinson Leonard Street Represents Aslin Group and Alterra Bank in Sale to First Business Financial Services
Stinson Leonard Street Represents Hillshire Brands Company in Transaction
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Stinson Leonard Street LLP announced that 11 attorneys from the firm were named "Lawyers of the Year" in the Best Lawyers in America© 2015. Each year, as part of its annual Best Lawyers in America directory, Best Lawyers® selects one attorney in each practice area and designated metropolitan area to recognize as a "Lawyer of the Year." Selection is based on voting averages received during the thousands of peer-review assessments conducted by Best Lawyers. Receiving this designation reflects the high level of respect a lawyer has earned among other leading lawyers for their abilities, professionalism and integrity, according to Best Lawyers.
Stinson Leonard Street LLP announced that Susan McGreevy, a construction law attorney in the firm's Kansas City, Mo. office, has been named to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Board of Trustees. McGreevy, a long-time supporter of the museum, has served on the museum's Business Council Steering Committee for 10 years, including two years as steering committee co-chair.