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Chambers USA honors law firm’s real estate practice in 2022 rankings; recognizes four lawyers – Aaron March, Darren Neil, John (Nip) Weisenfels, and Michael T. White

Kansas City, Mo. – September 27, 2022:   Chambers USA, the publisher of an annual client guide to America’s leading lawyers, once again recognized Rouse Frets White Goss in its 2022 rankings for real estate firms in Missouri, Kansas City & Surrounds.  According to Chambers, Rouse Frets White Goss is not only “well-respected,” but has “strong transactional and negotiation capabilities with recognized expertise in land use, zoning and economic incentives.”

Chambers rankings are based on extensive research, including reviews of representative matters and interviews with thousands of lawyers and clients.  Learn more about Chambers’ methodology here.

In addition to honoring the law firm’s real estate practice in general, four of its lawyers were recognized individually:

Aaron March (Real Estate) concentrates his practice around land use and zoning, as well as tax incentive issues. Chambers recognizes his “notable expertise in public financing matters.”

Darren Neil (Real Estate) focuses on clients in the energy sector, providing counsel on acquisitions, development and dispositions. Chambers notes Darren’s negotiation skill is “very strong.”

John R. Weisenfels (Real Estate) has more than 40 years of experience in commercial real estate development, commercial lending, banking, leasing, financing and business law. Chambers calls him an “experienced practitioner who advises on real estate finance and development transactions, as well as acquisitions and dispositions.”

Michael White (Real Estate & Senior Statespeople) is a leading practitioner in land use law.  Chambers recognizes his “immense experience across a wide spectrum of real estate projects” and says he is “noted for his expertise in land use and zoning matters.”

About the Firm’s Real Estate Group:

The firm’s Real Estate group has a robust practice in all facets of  reals estate including titling, buying, selling, leasing, developing, zoning, incentivizing, and public and private financing.   Among others, the group represents institutional clients with significant real estate portfolios and commercial clients in projects receiving KCBJ’s annual Capstone Real Estate Awards.

About the Law Firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. offers sophisticated representation in both the private and public sectors.  For more, visit

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