Partner Mike Parrish Assists the Arizona Attorney General in Obtaining $48 Million More in Tobacco Settlement
Stinson Partner Dave Frantze Represents KU Alumni Couple in Gift for Student Center
Stinson Advises Great Range Capital Fund I, LP Regarding Fairbank Equipment, Inc. LBO
Stinson Successful in Persuading Missouri Supreme Court to Uphold Exemption for St. Louis Firefighters from City's Residency Requirement
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Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP provides sophisticated corporate, transaction and litigation legal services to clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and privately held companies to emerging businesses. We combine our national reach and depth of expertise with a cost-effective approach to advise regional, national and international clients on critical legal issues.
With a strong presence in markets across the United States, we are able to provide a wide range of services, capabilities and areas of expertise. The firm's more than 300 attorneys are located in Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Washington, D.C; Omaha, Neb.; Overland Park and Wichita, Kan.; and Decatur, Ill.
Stinson Partner Dave Frantze represented KU alumni Paul and Katherine DeBruce in negotiations for the DeBruce Center at the University of Kansas. In addition to providing much needed dining and meeting facilities, the three-story center will become the permanent home of James Naismith's original Rules of Basket Ball and will be connected to the northeast corner of historic Allen Fieldhouse.
According to data from SNL Financial, Stinson Morrison Hecker advised on more bank and thrift mergers and acquisitions, and branch sales, than any other U.S. legal advisor in 2012. The Kansas City Business Journal highlighted the firm's ranking and spoke to Bob Monroe, co-chair of the firm's Banking & Financial Services Division about the factors driving the consolidation in the financial services industry.