Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Michael T. White named as Kansas City Business Journal’s Best of the Bar honoree

By September 11, 2019 September 30th, 2019 Awards and Accomplishments

Kansas City, Mo. – September 11, 2019 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes is pleased to announce that attorney Michael T. White was among the 53 honorees named to the 2019 Kansas City Business Journal’s Best of the Bar. This is the second consecutive year that Mike has received this honor.

The Best of the Bar is designed to acknowledge the work of accomplished area lawyers and highlight the names of notable attorneys in select practice areas. A panel of independent judges selects the honorees, considering professional reputation, involvement in significant cases and civic involvement.

A congratulatory reception will be held on October 24 and honorees will be featured in a special supplement of the business journal. For more information about this year’s class, visit here.

About Michael T. White

Michael T. White, former Jackson County Executive, has extensive experience and a comprehensive knowledge of land use law, including real estate development, economic incentives, tax increment financing, entitlements, zoning and redevelopment. White has been named Lawyer of the Year in 2010 and subsequent years; Super Lawyer in both Missouri and Kansas; Chambers USA leading lawyer, Best Lawyers in America, and is a Richard King Award Recipient/2010 Missouri Economic Development Finance Association.

About the law firm:

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

Choice of an attorney is an important decision and should not be based solely upon a website or advertisements. In reviewing achievements by the law firm or its attorneys, remember that past results afford no guarantee of future results; every matter is different and must be judged on its own merits. And, although our lawyers may practice in subject areas, neither the Supreme Court of Kansas nor The Kansas Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialty designations for Kansas licensed attorneys.