“Don’t eat the tusks,” Graves Garrett partner Eddie Greim recently advised a nationwide conference of federal, state, and local government attorneys. The program, entitled “How to Eat an Elephant: Surviving Comprehensive Legislative & Constitutional Reform,” was presented at the Council On Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL) 2018 national conference in Philadelphia.
Greim joined Federal Elections Commission Assistant General Counsel Robert Knop, Missouri... Read More
Graves Garrett attorneys Andrew Alexander, Callie Pippin Raitinger and Benjamin Tompkins have recently been appointed to leadership positions with the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA).
Alexander will serve as the Federal Court Advocates Section’s Outreach Committee Co-Chair. The FCAS connects federal court practitioners with federal judges, magistrates, and other lawyers interested in federal law through seasonal social events and outreach programs designed to enhance community... Read More
Graves Garrett LLC is pleased to announce the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri approved a settlement in favor of the firm’s client in a healthcare fraud whistleblower suit involving Stark Pharmacy and its three owners.
The United States Attorney’s Office intervened in the case after finding that the firm’s client’s allegations that the pharmacy submitted materially false... Read More
Graves Garrett LLC congratulates partner Nathan Garrett on being recognized as one of the state’s most Influential Lawyers in Missouri Lawyers Weekly’s 2019 Missouri Lawyers Awards. He was honored during a ceremony Friday, Jan. 25, in St. Louis.
The Missouri Lawyers Awards honor attorneys who made an impact in the prior year. The Influential Lawyer awards are awarded to Missouri... Read More
Graves Garrett LLC is pleased to announce that Lucinda Luetkemeyer and Dane Martin have become partners at the firm, effective Jan. 1, 2019.
“Lucinda and Dane have earned this opportunity, and we look forward to their continued growth at the firm,” Graves Garrett partner Nathan Garrett said. “They have earned the respect of their colleagues and have established reputations as... Read More
Graves Garrett attorney Benjamin Tompkins recently participated as a featured speaker in a presentation at the 35th annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud.
The American Bar Association’s three-day conference earlier this month in Las Vegas was the yearly gathering of the criminal tax defense bar combined with the eighth annual National Institute on Tax Controversy. The event brings together... Read More
Graves Garrett LLC is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Jennifer Donnelli to the firm. She brings increased experience to a nationwide commercial litigation practice.
Donnelli joins Graves Garrett after a lengthy stint in a multi-office law firm where her practice focused in the areas of business and real estate litigation in Missouri and Kansas and federal courts. She has... Read More
Graves Garrett LLC is pleased to announce four total recognitions for the firm in the 2019 edition of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Best Law Firm rankings, including one at the national level.
For the first time, Graves Garrett received a national ranking in Litigation. Additionally, the firm maintained its Kansas City Metropolitan rankings in Commercial Litigation, Criminal Defense:... Read More
Graves Garrett is honored to have partners Todd Graves and Nathan Garrett named to the Kansas City Business Journal’s 2018 Best of the Bar list, the publication’s 17th annual compilation of the metro area’s top lawyers in private practice. Both have been repeat honorees.
For the second straight year, a panel of five judges selected the attorneys for the list,... Read More
Missouri Lawyers Weekly recently published an article detailing Graves Garrett partner Nathan Garrett’s intersecting roles as an attorney, former law enforcement officer and current president of the Kansas City (Mo.) Board of Police Commissioners.
The full story can be read at this link.
Prior to entering private practice in 2008, nearly Garrett’s entire professional career was associated with law enforcement, including... Read More