E&L Practice Leader Travis Kearbey Featured as St. Louis Business Journal “Character”
Travis Kearbey, leader of Armstrong Teasdale’s Employment and Labor practice, was recently profiled by the St. Louis Business Journal for its Character feature. In the article, Travis describes growing up on a pig farm in rural Missouri and being the first person in his family to attend college. He credits education with lifting him out of those circumstances. Travis earned his undergraduate degree at Missouri State University and, later, his law degree at Vanderbilt University Law School. After working in-house and at another firm in the St. Louis area, he joined Armstrong Teasdale in 2019. Earlier this year, Travis was named leader of the firm’s Employment and Labor practice.
A skilled practitioner with more than a decade of experience, Travis focuses his practice in the areas of litigation, business transactions, counseling and labor law. He works with clients across a broad spectrum of industries, including the higher education, professional services and manufacturing sectors. His experience covers a wide variety of employment-related disputes, including retaliation and discrimination claims, leave-related and wage-and-hour claims, traditional labor law and arbitration matters, and restrictive covenant disputes.
The profile appeared online Oct. 28 and in the Oct. 30 print edition.