The United States Supreme Court recently issued two decisions adopting arguments made by Graves Garrett partners Eddie Greim and Lucinda Luetkemeyer on behalf of their client, the National Republican Redistricting Trust.
Earlier this year, Greim and Luetkemeyer filed an amicus brief with the High Court on behalf of the National Republican Redistricting Trust in support of the North Carolina legislature... Read More
Graves Garrett partner Eddie Greim has been selected to serve a term on the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies’ national Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group executive committee.
At Graves Garrett, Greim focuses his practice on free speech and election law, complex commercial litigation, internal investigations and whistleblower claims. His free speech and election law experience... Read More
Circuit Court Judge James Van Amburg recently issued a decision granting summary judgment in favor of Platte County in its declaratory judgment action against UMB Bank, N.A., the Trustee for the Zona Rosa Bonds. Graves Garrett attorneys Todd Graves, Dane Martin and Jennifer Donnelli represent Platte County in the case.
In its order, the court rejected the trustee’s demand for... Read More
Graves Garrett is pleased to announce that associate attorney Callie Pippin Raitinger recently earned her Certified Information Privacy Professional credential for the U.S. Private Sector (CIPP/US) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). This certification recognizes that Raitinger demonstrated a strong foundation in U.S. private-sector privacy laws and regulations and an understanding of the legal requirements for the... Read More
Graves Garrett is pleased to announce that longtime firm employee Nichole Kruger was recently elected president of the Heartland Paralegal Association (HPA).
Kruger served as secretary for the HPA in 2018-2019 before starting her term as president for 2019-2020. The HPA is a not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to the advancement of the paralegal profession by promoting the benefits of effective... Read More
The U.S. Supreme Court denied a petition for writ of certiorari this week in Missouri Ethics Commission, et al. v. Free and Fair Election Fund, et al., ending two years of federal litigation related to Missouri’s Amendment 2 — a sweeping overhaul of campaign finance restrictions.
Graves Garrett partner Eddie Greim argued on behalf of the Free and Fair Election... Read More
Graves Garrett partner Eddie Greim will be a recipient of the 2019 Significant Sig Award, given to Sigma Chi fraternity alumni who have achieved high levels of professional success.
Sigma Chi recently announced the 139 recipients who will be honored at the 82nd Grand Chapter in June at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah. Awarded annually since... Read More
Graves Garrett partners Eddie Greim and Lucinda Luetkemeyer recently filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the National Republican Redistricting Trust in support of the North Carolina legislature in Rucho v. Common Cause. The case is widely anticipated because of the potential that the high court will settle a decades-long controversy over whether courts should accept... Read More
Graves Garrett partners Nathan Garrett and Kathleen Fisher received widespread media coverage for their role in representing a client in a healthcare fraud whistleblower suit. The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri approved a settlement in favor of the relator in the False Claims Act case involving Stark Pharmacy and its three owners.
The United States Attorney’s... Read More
“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