Two New Shareholders Join Littler’s Ranks
Summary: The Kansas City office of Littler Mendelson has received two new additions to their team as shareholders.
Littler added two new shareholders to their Kansas City office that were previously with Husch Blackwell. The world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management welcomed Jeffrey D. Hanslick and Curtis R. Summers. Littler recently added Anthony Romano as a shareholder to the same office in August.
Office managing shareholder of the Kansas City office, Daniel B. Boatright, said, “Jeffrey and Curt have developed a strong reputation locally and nationally for advising clients on critical issues impacting the workplace, including discrimination and harassment claims and wage and hour litigation. Their extensive industry knowledge and diverse experiences will enhance our services to clients and expand our presence in the region. We are excited to welcome them to the firm.”
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Hanslick has experience working with clients with employment litigation matters such as wage and hour class and collective actions, contract and commercial disputes, and employment discrimination and harassment claims. Summers spends his time between litigation and human resources counseling. When litigating, he has defended employers in administrative agency, trial court, and appellate courts for issues of discrimination, retaliation, and harassment claims.
In a joint statement, Hanslick and Summers said, “Littler has an exceptional reputation and we are excited to join its growing Kansas City office. We look forward to leveraging the firm’s innovative products and services, geographic reach and network of talented attorneys to expand our offerings to clients.”
Hanslick earned his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law and his B.A. from DePaul University. Summers earned his J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law and his B.S. from Kansas State University.