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Rouse Frets White Goss Lawyer, Chuck Rouse, selected to the National Law Journal’s 2022 List of Midwest Trailblazers

By September 9, 2022September 12th, 2022Awards and Accomplishments

Kansas City, Mo. — September 11, 2022:  Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney, Chuck Rouse, was named to the National Law Journal’s 2022 list of Midwest Trailblazers sponsored by The American Lawyer.  Via this award, The American Lawyer recognizes attorneys who have moved the needle in the legal industry contributing as agents of change.

Chuck was nominated for work in addressing regulatory compliance issues regarding payment methods, electronic payment instruments and prepaid cards/access instruments.  He was selected for the award in the Cryptocurrency/Blockchain/Fintech category.  More information can be found in The American Lawyer.

About Chuck Rouse:

Chuck has significant legal experience in the area of fintech regulation of electronic payment instruments and prepaid access devices. He was voted a Top-Ten Payments Lawyer in 2015; selected for an Industry Service Award for the Prepaid Card Industry in 2013; and voted a Top Five Innovator of the Year for the Prepaid Card Industry in 2010.  He was inventor for Patent: Methods and Systems for Optimizing Escheat and Derecognizing Prepaid Cards, Stored Value Cards, Credit Memos, and Electronic Payment Instruments.  He also received the Missouri Lawyers Weekly ICON Award and selected as a Top rated Midwest Lawyer by the National Law Journal.

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 information, visit

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