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  • Providing Effective Legal Counsel In Jefferson City And Throughout Missouri The law firm of Newman, Comley & Ruth P.C. is a trusted legal resource for a wide range of practice areas. We represent private individuals and business owners in a broad range of practice areas, including employment law, and business and commercial law. If you need an experienced, knowledgeable attorney, contact our...

  • Messrs, John W. Inglish & Nicholas M. Monaco began the practice of law in Jefferson City, Missouri on May 1, 1962. The firm is involved principally in the representation of insurance companies, insurance agents, and insurance brokers doing regulation, including the formation of insurance companies, acquisitions, mergers, licensing, and policy form approvals, as well as market conduct and financial...

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    When people need unbiased and aggressive defense for a criminal charge in St. Peters, Missouri, they turn to Shannon Norman Law. Attorney Shannon Norman represents clients facing convictions for a broad array of allegations. She is not intimidated by serious offenses, and often represents clients charged with felony drug possession, sexual misconduct, and crimes against persons. Ms. Norman...

  • Discrimination Has No Place In The Workplace Melvin D. Kennedy is an experienced employment law attorney who possesses unique insight representing both employers and employees in cases involving discrimination and unlawful employment practices. While he is a skilled trial lawyer, he possesses equal success in finding resolution through mediation. At The Law Office of Melvin D. Kennedy, LLC,...

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    Attorney Talmage E. Newton IV is one of the founders of our St. Louis law firm, Newton Barth, L.L.P. Today, he and partner Brandy B. Barth work together to provide clients from throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area, the Metro East, and the Southern District of Illinois with high-quality legal services in a wide range of practice areas. Thanks to their determination and professionalism,...

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  • Determine the seriousness of complaints/issues which could range from late bar fees to more serious issues requiring disciplinary action.