National Law Journal Names Travis Kearbey an Employment Law Trailblazer
Travis Kearbey, leader of Armstrong Teasdale’s Employment and Labor practice, has been named an Employment Law Trailblazer by the National Law Journal. The third annual list highlights Kearbey’s role in an official immunity case for public school officials in the Missouri Court of Appeals, as well as his status as a first-generation college graduate from a rural background, which he credits for his focus on serving the education sector and low-income communities.
Kearbey is a skilled employment and labor practitioner with more than a decade of experience focusing his practice in the areas of litigation, business transactions, counseling and labor law. His litigation 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. He also has broad employment experience at all stages of complex mergers and acquisitions — from diligence to integration.
A profile of Kearbey appears in a special supplement to the National Law Journal.