Foulston Siefkin adds business-real estate attorney, elects partner

Experienced Kansas City business and real estate attorney, and former Shareholder of Polsinelli Shughart PC, Jack Epps, has joined the law firm of Foulston Siefkin LLP and will be located in the firm’s Johnson County office in Corporate Woods. Mr. Epps has devoted his law practice to helping clients be successful in their business and real estate ventures in Johnson County and across the U.S. Mr. Epps will lead the firm’s Kansas City area Real Estate Investment, Development and Transactions practice.

Foulston Siefkin LLP has also elected Tara Eberline as a Partner in the firm. Ms. Eberline joined the firm’s Johnson County office in 2006 and represents clients in employment law and litigation matters. She advises employers on all aspects of the employment relationship and defends companies in discrimination, restrictive covenant, and other employment-related lawsuits.

Foulston Siefkin is the largest Kansas-based law firm, with nearly 90 practicing attorneys. With offices in Overland Park, Wichita, and Topeka, Foulston Siefkin provides a full range of practice areas that cover the spectrum of the legal profession including business and real estate matters, employment and labor, civil and complex litigation, and health care. For more information, please contact Matt Knoblauch, Chief Marketing Officer, at (316) 291-9789 or or refer to the Foulston Siefkin web site at

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