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Holman Schiavone, LLC - Kansas City, MO

4600 Madison AvenueSuite 810 Kansas City, MO 64112

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Updated: 05/28/2024

Kansas City Employment Law - Employee Law Firm


At Holman Schiavone, LLC, our attorneys are focused on achieving results for individuals in employment law and personal injury cases. We are solely focused on these areas of law, allowing us to stay up-to-date on any changes in the law.

About Holman Schiavone, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Employment Law - Employee
  • Wage & Hour
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination
  • FMLA
  • Corporate Severance Agreement




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4600 Madison AvenueSuite 810 Kansas City, MO 64112


  • 816-283-8739

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By Karl P. on Apr. 11, 2024

1.0 out of 5 stars

Had been assaulted by a manager at my place of employment, it was on video and they would put forth so little effort I ended with a settlement much smaller than it should've been because "well, that's all they want to pay"....I'm sorry WTF???? Since when does that matter??? Long story short, was assigned to Kathleen Mannion, she dragged her feet for over a year and then all she could do is ask me the same questions over and over because she doesn't listen. She actually tried to get me accept a ridiculously low offer because " juries don't have sympathy for men"...Wow how very sexist of you Kate and a great way to convey that you're not going to do your job. Even after talking to the managing partner, Anne Schiavone about how I felt my case didn't get the effort and $$ it should've she basically told me to take a long walk off a short bridge and couldn't care less about how I felt. Bottom line if you have an issue with your employer, hire a different firm as this one will not do you any justice! If you do hire these clowns though, make sure negotiate that their fee includes their expenses(they charged me 45% PLUS the cost of any filing fees etc they had to advance. Every law firm I have ever heard of does not take additional money, just the agreed upon percentage) Bottom line don't walk away from these crooks, RUN!

By Anonymous on Feb. 22, 2020

4.0 out of 5 stars

My attorney kept me informed of everything that was going on, from the start to the end. Guided me in making the right decision and reassuring me that they would be by side in whatever decision I chose. Overall very happy with my attorney and would definitely use them again.

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