Bryan Cave, LLP provides legal advisory services to biotechnology, food processing, entertainment and media, financial institutions, healthcare, information technology, and real estate sectors. The firm focuses on areas such as bankruptcy, restructuring, creditors' rights, risk management, corporate compliance, employee benefits, and international trade. Additionally, it provides commercial litigation, regulatory affairs, public policy and legislation, taxation, intellectual property, and government contracts advisory services. Bryan Cave was founded in 1873 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri with additional offices in Hong Kong; Shanghai, China; London, United Kingdom; Irvine, California; ...
211 North Broadway
One Metropolitan Square
St. Louis, MO 63102-2750
Founded in 1873
Bryan Cave Announces Executive Changes
Nov 4 14
Bryan Cave has announced a slew of new hires, promotions and reshuffling in its leadership ranks within the last month. In October, the firm elected new partners, added a St. Louis attorney to its executive committee, reassigned leadership posts in its client service groups and hired seven associates. New Missouri partners are Ashley Baker, Herbert Giorgio, Trevor Jenkins, Travis Kearbey, Erika Labelle and Jeff Ziesman. Ashley Baker practices with the Transactions, Corporate Finance, and Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Practice Client Service Groups in the St. Louis office. Her practice focuses on advising clients on merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions, joint ventures, corporate governance and general business and securities law counseling matters. Herbert Giorgio practices with the Commercial Litigation Client Service Group in the St. Louis office. Giorgio's practice encompasses a wide range of complex commercial disputes, including claims arising out of stock and asset purchases, mergers and acquisitions and other business transactions, real estate and construction litigation. Trevor Jenkins practices with the Financial Services Client Service Group in the Kansas City office. His practice focuses on banking and real estate with an emphasis in commercial lending, commercial real estate acquisition and development, asset-based lending and distressed debt enforcement. Travis Kearbey practices with the Labor & Employment Client Service Group in the St. Louis office. Kearbey's practice focuses on employment litigation, traditional labor law, human resources counseling, and employment-related transactional work. Erika Labelle practices with the Tax Advice & Controversy Client Service Group in the St. Louis office. Her practice focuses on federal tax controversy, transactional tax and tax-exempt matters. Labelle regularly represents business entities in matters relating to acquisitions, restructurings, transfer pricing, excise taxes and research credits. Jeff Ziesman practices with the White Collar Defense Client Service Group and the firm's Data Privacy & Security Team in the Kansas City office. His practice focuses on investment adviser and broker-dealer regulatory and compliance issues. He represents firms in SEC, FINRA and state regulatory examinations, investigations and enforcement proceedings. St. Louis partner Jay Nouss, along with Hamburg, Germany-based partner Michael Leue, will join the firm's executive committee, replacing Brian Berglund and Jim McAlpin who have completed their terms. Nouss concentrates his practice in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. His work has included mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, commercial transactions, distributorship arrangements and general corporate advice. Current leader of the firm's Labor and Employment Client Service Group, Elaine Koch, who works in the firm's St. Louis office, will be succeeded by Steve Stimell and Bill Wortel. Steve Daiker, a partner in the firm's St. Louis office, will succeed Frank McGaughey as leader of the Private Client Service Group. Daiker focuses his practice on estate and gift tax planning for high net-worth individuals and succession planning for owners of privately-held businesses. Rob Endicott, a partner in the firm's St. Louis office, will serve as deputy of the Corporate Finance and Securities Client Service Group. Endicott has a broad-based general corporate practice with concentrations in corporate finance and securities law, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance matters. New Associates: Lana Hompluem joins the Private Client Service Group. Eric A. Kafka joins the Corporate Finance & Securities, Transactions, and Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Practice Client Service Groups. Michael B. Lanahan joins the Corporate Finance & Securities, Transactions, and Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Practice Client Service Groups. Helen C. Looney joins the Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, Class & Derivative Actions, Labor & Employment, Environmental and Product Liability Client Service Groups. Meghan R. Pietoso joins the Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, Class & Derivative Actions, Labor & Employment, Environmental and Product Liability Client Service Groups. Alan L. Schilling Jr. joins the Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, Class & Derivative Actions, Labor & Employment, Environmental and Product Liability Client Service Groups. Christian L. Viehman joins the Corporate Finance & Securities, Transactions, and Technology, Entrepreneurial & Commercial Practice Client Service Groups.
Bryan Cave, LLP Presents at Money20/20 Payments Conference, Nov-02-2014 01:50 PM
Oct 28 14
Bryan Cave, LLP Presents at Money20/20 Payments Conference, Nov-02-2014 01:50 PM. Venue: The Aria Hotel & Casino, 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89158, United States. Speakers: Mary Beth Buchanan, Partner.
Bryan Cave LLP Appoints Miguel E. Rodriguez as a Partner in its Washington, DC Office
Jul 22 14
Bryan Cave LLP announced that Miguel E. Rodriguez is joining the firm as a partner in the firm's Washington, DC office. As a member of Bryan Cave's public policy and government affairs practice, Rodriguez will work alongside Senior Policy Advisors Jack Oliver and David Russell, providing advice and counsel across a broad range of legislative, regulatory and policy matters. Rodriguez most recently served as an Assistant to President Obama and Director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs. In this role, he served as the president's primary liaison to the United States Congress, working to advance the administration's legislative agenda and promote policy priorities.