The Kansas City bankruptcy attorneys help clients with bankruptcy, business law, commercial real estate, contract, leases, litigation, collections, class actions, chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 11 bankruptcy & chapter 13 bankruptcy.
After being in practice for several years I am proud to say I still feel the same passion for helping people as I did the day I graduated law school. I believe no matter what you are charged with, you always deserve a fair trial, and I am dedicated to ensuring all of my clients receive justice.
Carl Folsom is one of the top criminal defense lawyers in Kansas.
Specialized lawyer in helping clients defend themselves . We defend cases from criminal, sex, fraud, violent, drug charges and personal injury cases.
Olathe, Lawrence, Overland Park and Johnson County, Kansas
The Ream Law Firm, L.L.C. (“Ream Law”) is an intellectual property law firm with a registered patent attorney and staff that have been in the new product development industry for over fifteen years. Ream Law specializes in working with individual inventors who may be new to inventing, patenting, licensing, and other facets of developing, or acquiring domestic or international manufacturing.
Ream Law recognizes that an inventor is often charting new territory – seeking to bring an idea to life while protecting his future standing against cut-throat competitors and also being careful not to infringe on an existing patent owner. All this, while nursing a tight budget. Ream Law understands the difficulties of product development and is eager to counsel inventors regarding financial options to obtaining legal and non-legal objectives.
Lora Jennings’ practice focuses on civil litigation, including employment law, insurance defense, trust and probate litigation and intellectual property law. Lora clerked at Martin Pringle for two summers during law school and joined the firm as an associate after graduating from the Washburn University School of Law, cum laude, in 2005. She has represented clients in all phases of litigation. She is active in community organizations, serving as an officer in Young Professionals of Wichita and as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
Teresa James grew up in Hutchinson, Kansas, and she practiced law in Wichita for over twenty years before transferring to Martin Pringle’s Overland Park office. Having practiced in both cities, Teresa has a uniquely broad perspective of the legal landscape in Kansas and in western Missouri, and she is admitted to practice in both states. Her move to the Kansas City area also brings Teresa closer to the University of Kansas, her alma mater for both her undergraduate and law degrees. An avid Jayhawk fan, Teresa can be found in the stands for most of KU’s home football and men’s and women’s basketball games. Teresa brings the same enthusiasm and dedication to serve her clients’ legal needs. She has twice been nominated by a Fortune 1000 client to the BTI Client All-Star Team for outstanding legal service.
Mike Jones always knew he wanted to be a lawyer, and he began working for Martin Pringle as a runner the day he graduated from high school. He continued with the firm as a summer clerk while a law student at the University of Texas. Since graduating from law school in 1990, Mike has developed a thriving litigation practice, focusing on aviation law, products liability, and complex commercial litigation. Mike is active in DRI (formerly the Defense Research Institute) and the Kansas Association of Defense Counsel (KADC). Mike sometimes jokes that when he was a baby, his parents left him in a basket at Martin Pringle’s door. Thankfully, his true history does not involve parental neglect or abusive child labor practices, but a lawyer of singular focus and dedication to his profession.
Terry Malone grew up in Fort Scott, Kansas, where he played baseball, basketball, football, and learned to hunt. Today, Terry’s leisure time is often spent hunting or shooting clay pigeons in the Flint Hills. A knowledgeable wine enthusiast, Terry can also coordinate an excellent wine pairing to go with the pheasant or venison that may grace his dinner table. Terry brings the same varied tastes and skills to the practice of law. He handles a broad range of civil litigation matters, with an emphasis on complex commercial litigation. The facts and subjects of the disputes Terry handles are likely to be as divergent from one another as the distinction between outdoorsman and wine connoisseur.
Doug Longhofer joined Martin Pringle as an associate after graduating from Washburn University School of Law in the spring of 2009. Before attending law school, Doug worked for two years as an engineer in the aircraft industry. Doug’s experience in a profession that requires such minute attention to detail as engineering has helped him transition to a transactional law practice. Doug practices in the areas of estate planning, trust and estate administration and business organizations, with an emphasis on taxation.