6 Metro Rankings
Stueve Siegel Hanson was launched in 2001 on a foundational business model where our payment for legal services would depend on the results delivered and the value provided rather than the hours spent on a case. Since then this business model has been a hallmark of our success, which has included the recovery of billions of dollars in damages and relief for consumers, entrepreneurs, employees, small and large businesses, and a variety of economic underdogs. The cases we handle frequently arise in some of the most complex areas of the law, including antitrust, intellectual property, FLSA collective actions, consumer and securities class actions, data breach, franchise disputes and other complex business litigation. Our team of lawyers includes some of the best trained and most experienced trial lawyers in the country. Stueve Siegel Hanson's founding partners were partners at some of the country's largest law firms. The firm has also been fortunate in its ability to attract, retain and promote lawyers educated at top law schools and groomed at nationally prominent law firms, many of whom also have had valuable experiences as judicial law clerks at both the trial court and appellate levels. Stueve Siegel Hanson is a national litigation firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, with offices in the heart of The Country Club Plaza.
Total Offices: 2
Total Attorneys: 20
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Complex Litigation Attorney
Missouri - Kansas City
Kansas City office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks attorney with 2-5 years of experience working for a large national or regional law firm on complex litigation. The candidate should preferably law review and federal or state appellate clerkship experience.