Leawood, Kan. – September 19, 2019 – On September 12, Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Greg Musil appeared on KCUR’s Up to Date with Steve Kraske to discuss the Kansas Supreme Court vacancies and what it means for the nomination process.
Greg, along with Mike Stout, chair of the Kansas Supreme Court Nominating Commission, discussed the history and logistics of selecting candidates for the state’s highest court. Two Justices have announced their retirements and their seats on the Court will be filled by Governor Laura Kelly. Governor Kelly will choose from three candidates recommended by the Nominating Commission. The meetings of the Nominating Commission are open to the public.
To listen to the entire broadcast, visit KCUR’s website.
About Greg Musil:
Greg L. Musil is an experienced trial lawyer who has successfully resolved business and commercial disputes for clients since 1987. He has worked with individual entrepreneurs, small businesses and America’s largest companies to craft cost-effective and valuable solutions. Greg is also an experienced land use, zoning and entitlements lawyer and continues to represent clients seeking to develop or re-develop commercial and residential properties. He has received The Best Lawyers in America distinction since 2005, has been recognized by Chambers USA, and is rated as a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent attorney. He’s the recipient of the Johnson County Bar Association Don Miller “Spirit” Award (2018), and Justinian Award for Professional Excellence (2013).
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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