The St. Louis office of Lathrop & Gage, a distinguished Kansas City-based law firm, has promoted three new ambitious lawyers into partners – Johnathan Waldron, Alice Jenner, and Emily Cantwell.
In Kansas City, Missouri, where Lathrop Gage was established in 1873, another three attorneys have been promoted into partners – Amanda Yoder, Eric Sidler, and Andrew Ricke.
All six of them have repeatedly showcased “consistent and exceptional client service”, according to the firm’s managing partner Cameron Garrison.
In St. Louis, Jonathan Waldron will continue to contribute to Lathrop Gage with his expertise and experience in insurance recovery, business litigation, and environmental law. Waldron is an accomplished graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law.
Alice Jennet is a graduate of the Saint Louis University School of Law and an LLM holder from the Washington University School of Law. She specializes in real estate law and tax credit finance.
The third new partner at the St. Louis office of Lathrop & Gage is Emily Cantwell, a graduate of the Saint Louis University School of Law. Cantwell’s strongest suits as an attorney are employment law and business litigation.
Cameron Garrison, the Managing Partner at Lathrop and Gage, has welcomed the firm’s newest partners with only words of praise.
Lathrop & Gage is among the longest-practicing law firms in the US and has helped nurture notable attorneys such as Kansas governor Robert Frederick Bennet, Kansas City Mayor John B. Gage, former Missouri state senator Kurt Schaefer, and Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt.