Armstrong Teasdale Litigators Recognized as Leading Practitioners by Benchmark Litigation

November 11, 2019 Press Releases

Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that 10 litigation partners have been ranked Stars by Benchmark Litigation, “the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys.” Now in its 12th year of publication, Benchmark exclusively covers the litigation and disputes market in North America, including the U.S., Canada and Mexico, and highlights the top litigators leading the charge in the courtroom.

Partners Maureen Bryan, Karrie Clinkinbeard, Richard Scheff, Jeffrey Schultz and Thomas Weaver were named Local Litigation Stars in their respective states, including Missouri and Pennsylvania.

Partners Robert Kaiser, Tyson Ketchum and Daniel O’Toole were named Labor and Employment Stars in Missouri.

Partner Michelle Alamo was named a Future Star in Colorado, and Partner Richard Brophy – an intellectual property litigator – was named to the 40 & Under Hot List.

According to Benchmark, “research is conducted through extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists and their clients to identify the leading litigators and firms.”

In addition to attorney recognition, Armstrong Teasdale was ranked as “Highly Recommended” for Litigation in Missouri, and “Recommended” for Labor and Employment in Missouri. In 2018, Armstrong Teasdale was named Missouri Firm of the Year as a result of a number of key wins at trial across the country, including verdicts in excess of hundreds of millions of dollars for clients.

From jury trials and bench trials, to arbitrations and appeals, our litigation team is consistently recognized for successfully handling complex, high-stakes matters for our clients in challenging venues across the country. Our lawyers’ skills and strategy have resulted in dozens of top-ranking plaintiff and defense verdicts over the years. Our team of more than 170 litigation professionals includes fellows of the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers, former judges, appellate court clerks, trial court clerks, and federal and state prosecutors.