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Attorney Ben Tompkins has been named to the 2022 list of Missouri lawyers Media’s Top 100. Tompkins’s name has been mentioned in a wide variety of publications, including the New York Times and the Washington Post. In addition to his legal experience, he also served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Tax Division. Ben Tompkins is a member of the Kansas City Metro Bar Association’s Tax Committee and serves as the Chair of the ABA Criminal Litigation Committee’s Cryptocurrency Subcommittee.
Laura A. Greene
The Law Office of Laura A. Greene in Springfield is proud to announce that she has received the 2022 Litigation Practitioner Award, sponsored by Missouri Lawyers Media. Greene is an award-winning litigator who has served her clients for more than two decades. In addition to her work as an attorney, Greene is a board member of the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks and a volunteer with the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri. She is an avid reader, and she is currently working on her first novel.
Greene’s work focuses on helping healthcare clients navigate regulatory matters. She has significant experience in the health and employment sector, including Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigations, claims under Title VII, and Age Discrimination in Employment Act. In addition, Greene handles provider agreements and health law regulatory compliance. She is an award-winning litigator and a devoted client advocate. She specializes in health and employment law and has a passion for helping her clients achieve the best possible outcomes.
Missouri lawyers media have honored John M. Hessel for his years of service to the legal community. Hessel, a member of Lewis Rice in St. Louis, is one of the first recipients of the ICON Award, which recognizes attorneys who are 60 years of age and older who have contributed significantly to the profession. This honor is given to attorneys who have served their communities in a senior position with significant decision-making authority.
John Block, Missouri lawyers media’s managing editor, sat down with his team of legal experts and a panel of judges to discuss the ICON Awards. The awards ceremony was attended by 25 legal luminaries who have made significant contributions to the Missouri legal community. To be considered for one of the prestigious honors, a nominee must be over 60 and have worked in senior management. The judges then narrowed down the field to five finalists from among those who met the qualifications.