Todd Ehlert of Rouse Frets White Goss is chosen as KCMBA Business Litigation Committee Co-chair

Kansas City, Mo. – January 10, 2020 – Todd Ehlert, attorney with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, was recently selected as co-chair of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA) Business Litigation Committee.

Todd has been an active member of the Business Litigation Committee, serving as co-vice chair from 2017-2019.  Todd has moderated and presented CLE’s for the KCMBA and co-authored Injunctions and Other Non-Monetary Remedies in Business Disputes, found in Chapter 12 of the KCMBA’s Business Torts Handbook (2017).

The KCMBA Business Litigation Committee promotes and enhances the business litigation practice of its members who litigate in all areas impacting business enterprises by building relationships, providing hands-on mentorship opportunities, offering practice-specific continuing legal education courses, and recommending changes to current law.

About Todd:

Todd is an accomplished and experienced trial attorney. Throughout his nearly twenty-five year legal career, he has tried approximately 350 trials to verdict; has substantial experience trying complex cases in arbitration; and has successfully argued multiple cases on appeal before appellate courts. His practice focuses on representing businesses and individuals as both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of disputes, with a concentration in business litigation.

About the firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes offers a depth of attorneys and experience.  Our clients benefit from blue-ribbon talent unencumbered by mega firm business models.  For more, visit www.rousepc.com.

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