Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC (SBH) is pleased to have earned distinction as a Recommended Firm for Missouri in Benchmark Litigation’s 2020 Labor & Employment guide, considered the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys. Additionally, firm members Michael L. Blumenthal, Charlie J. Harris, Jr., and Kimberly Jones were recognized as Labor & Employment Stars for their work.
Benchmark Litigation exclusively covers the litigation and disputes markets and aims to provide law firm and lawyer rankings based on important legal matters handled and firm developments. The Labor & Employment guide is in its second year honoring the top firm and individual practices specifically dedicated to this area of law.
Research is conducted through extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists, and their clients to identify the leading litigators and firms, with a focus on recent high-profile contentious work.
The full rankings for Missouri can be found here.
“SBH is honored to be included alongside so many other respected law firms with talented attorneys in Missouri,” said Jones, SBH’s managing member. “This distinction comes as a result of our commitment to handling our clients’ most high-profile matters and our firm’s dedication to achieving meaningful outcomes when litigation becomes necessary.”
Blumenthal is a founding member of Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris, with a practice devoted to representing management in workplace legal issues and representing businesses in high-stakes business litigation. He is known as an aggressive and passionate trial lawyer and is admitted to the bars of Kansas, Missouri, and Georgia and has defended lawsuits in more than 20 states.
Harris is a nationally recognized labor and employment attorney with a practice focused on the representation of corporations, nonprofit entities, corporate officers and directors, and municipalities against claims of disability, race, gender, sex and age discrimination; sexual harassment; and wage and hour and collective actions.
Jones is an employment trial lawyer representing companies, not-for-profit organizations, and higher education institutions in federal and state courts and before AAA and labor arbitration panels. In addition to providing day-to-day counsel on human resources issues, she trains management and nonmanagement employees nationwide on a variety of employment issues, including prohibited harassment, effective supervision, and managing the absent employee.