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Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Randall Rhodes chosen Litigation Counsel of America Fellow

By May 21, 2021May 24th, 2021Awards and Accomplishments

Leawood, Kan. – May 21, 2021 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Randall L. Rhodes has been honored as a Fellow by the Litigation Counsel of America.

The Litigation Counsel of America honors excellence in litigation and trial work. Membership is by invitation only and is limited to 3,500 lawyers nationwide, or less than one half of one percent of American lawyers. Fellows are selected and invited after being evaluated for effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation and trial work as well as ethical reputation. Randall joins firm attorneys Frederick K. Starrett and Mary Jo Shaney as Fellows of the organization.

About Randall Rhodes:

Randall is one of the founding members of Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. He is one of the leaders of the firm’s Catastrophic Loss group and has handled trials and appeals in numerous state and federal jurisdictions across the United States. He has obtained two nine-figure judgments and numerous eight and seven-figure verdicts, judgments or settlements for firm clients. Randall is also an accomplished appellate lawyer and has been selected by the Kansas City Business Journal as Best of the Bar for his past work.

About the firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. offers sophisticated representation in several subject areas. The firm’s litigation teams have a national reach with collective career experience in cases in more than 40 states and eight federal circuits including over 500 bench and jury trials. For more information, visit

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