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Frederick (Fred) Starrett has substantial litigation experience. He has tried more than 50 jury trials and handled litigation throughout the midwest region on a variety of subjects including copyright infringement, commercial, heavy construction, injury, and professional liability cases. Fred also has an extensive appellate practice in state and federal courts.
Fred is a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America™, an honorary society of experienced and highly qualified trial lawyers. He has taught trial practice at Washburn School of Law, served on the faculty of the Kansas Bar Association Trial Tactics Institute and the Advanced Trial Advocacy Institute, and appeared on numerous continuing legal education programs for bar and private providers.
About the Firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. serves and protects individuals, companies, estates and livelihoods. Based in Kansas City, the firm offers sophisticated representation for local, regional and national clients in both the private and public sectors. For more information, visit www.rousepc.com.
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