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Polsinelli's Topeka office opened its doors in 1995 to extend the firm's deep capabilities and innovative reach in government solutions. Today the Topeka office is one of the most respected law offices in a vibrant city known for its assiduous and diverse atmosphere. The combination of a paramount local presence and resources of a national law firm enables our Topeka office to represent clients on...
Overland Park is one of the nation’s most dynamic corporate centers. It is home to numerous corporate headquarters, several of which are Polsinelli clients. The Overland Park office of Polsinelli opened in 1984 to become the second largest law firm in the State of Kansas. Our attorneys focus on the following practices: Real Estate - Development, Transactions and Zoning and Land Use...
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