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.
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.
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.
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.
Terry Mann focuses her practice on employment law and appellate practice matters. She defends employers, both large and small, in court and before various regulatory and administrative bodies.
Ken Dannenberg offers considerable experience in transactional law. His practice includes business law, estate planning, real estate transactions, and tax matters. Ken represents businesses, both large and small, as well as individuals.
Rick Griffin is a 1999 graduate of Oklahoma State University and remains an avid Cowboys fan despite settling a bit north, in Kansas. Before attending the University of Kansas School of Law, Rick served for two years as the Director of the Alumni Career Network at the Wichita State University Alumni Association. Although not a native Kansan, Rick’s professional leadership and civic involvement have greatly benefited his adopted community. Rick concentrates his litigation practice on commercial litigation, bankruptcy and creditor’s rights, oil and gas law, and products liability.
Greg Drumright may be best known in Wichita as a former relief pitcher for the Wichita State Shockers baseball team. Within Wichita’s legal and business communities, however, Greg is becoming known as a skilled litigation attorney. Greg represents business clients in commercial litigation matters, including construction law, products liability, agricultural law, contract disputes, and general commercial liability matters. Growing up in Valley Center (just north of Wichita), playing for the Shockers, and practicing with Martin Pringle since his 2002 graduation from law school, Greg knows the Wichita community and understands the legal needs of its business people.
George Bruce has practiced with Martin Pringle since 1989 and served the firm as Managing Partner in 1996 and 1997. He became Of Counsel to the firm in 1998. In addition to the practice of law, George serves as Chairman of the Board and CEO of Aladdin Petroleum Company, Chairman of the Board of Aladdin Middle East, Ltd, as CEO of Porta Via Water Company, LLC, and as CEO of Sterling Water Systems, LLC. George also serves on the Board of Directors of CrossFirst Holdings, LLC, a bank holding company.
In over three decades of practicing law, Martin Bauer has developed deep roots and garnered the well-deserved respect of his peers in three distinct areas of practice. His knowledge and experience in commercial litigation, adoption, and bankruptcy are virtually unsurpassed. In his personal life, Martin is passionate about the arts and education. Professionally, he shows the same level of passion in the energy and commitment he brings to his clients’ legal matters.