Walter M. Brown Joins Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC
Kansas City, MO – The law firm of Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Walter M. Brown as a member of its growing employment and business litigation practice.
Walter is leaving his former firm of Gaddy Geiger & Brown where he was one of the three named partners. Walter is an accomplished trial lawyer and his employment law expertise has been repeatedly recognized by his peers. Walter brings additional depth to SBH’s team with his expertise in business litigation and the full range of human resources and employment issues.
“SBH’s lawyers were only interested in growing if we could find the right lawyers to add to our trial team. Walter is definitely one of those lawyers,” said Michael Blumenthal, SBH’s managing member.
Walter added, “I am thrilled to join such a talented group of lawyers. I have admired the firm from afar for many years. When the opportunity to join them presented itself, it was a no-brainer decision for me.”
Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC was originally started in 2003 by Paul Seyferth. The firm has rapidly grown to become the premier boutique law firm in Kansas City representing businesses across the United States in labor and employment law and commercial litigation.
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