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Rouse Frets White Goss emerges from Covid with new faces

By October 17, 2022June 18th, 2024Awards and Accomplishments

Kansas City, Mo. – October 18, 2022:   With a positive focus on the future, Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. has emerged from the Covid virus years with several new attorneys.  Below is a glance at the new faces:

Alex Aggen:  A graduate of  the University of Michigan Law School, Alex joined the law firm as a former assistant city attorney.  He practices with the Public Law and Energy Law groups.

R. Scott Beeler:  A seasoned veteran at addressing complex litigation and business transactions, Scott moved his practice to the law firm.  He works with the Business Law and Litigation teams.

Mark Coulter:  The former General Counsel for the Port Authority of Kansas City, Missouri (Port KC), Mark brought his experience in economic development and public finance to the law firm.  He practices with the Economic Development Incentives, Public Law and Government Relations groups.

Neal Hefferren:  Neal came to the law firm with a significant real estate background.  He works with the Land Use & Zoning, Economic Development Incentives, and Real Estate teams.

Breanna Jensen:  A graduate of the William & Mary School of Law, Breanna brought several years of business law experience to the law firm.  She works with the Business Law, Corporate and Energy Law groups

Connor Krajecek:  Conner came to the law firm directly from University of Iowa School of Law.  He works with the Business Law, Corporate and Energy Law groups.

Jean Ménager:   With several years of corporate law experience, Jean moved his practice to the law firm.  He works with the Business Law, Corporate and Payments & Prepaid Instruments groups.

Ford Miller:  Ford joined the law firm with a background in real estate and experience in land title underwriting.  He practices with the Real Estate group.

Katharine Ross:   Katharine joined the firm straight from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of law.  She works with the Business Law and Public Law groups.

Doug Seacord:  Doug joined the law firm with an administrative law background.  He works with the Higher Education and Administrative Law & Regulatory Proceedings groups.

Mike Talboy:  A former minority leader in the Missouri Legislature and former Director of Government Affairs at a multi-national company, Mike moved his career to the law firm.  He works with the Public Law and Government Relations groups.

Andrew Watts:   Andrew came to the law firm after graduating from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.  He practices with the Business Law, Corporate and Energy Law groups.

About the Covid Virus:

While the last few years have brought unprecedented change and unexpected challenges to the world, Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. powered through the obstacles.  After sending its employees home in March of 2020, the firm rapidly reopened with a focus on a safe workplace and protecting the vulnerable.  Now fully back in business, the law firm looks to the future with a positive eye.

About the Law Firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. deploys skilled and client-focused practice groups to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways.  For more, visit www.rousepc.com.

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