Mike Arnold was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 1975. Mike graduated from the University of Missouri, cum laude, in 1969 and the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, with distinction, in 1975.
Mike has litigated ERISA cases (including benefit claims) and labor cases in the federal courts of Missouri, Kansas and Texas and has presented appellate arguments in the United States Courts of Appeals for the Eighth and Tenth Circuits.
Simone was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2002. Simone graduated from Marquette University in 1996 and the Saint Louis University School of Law in 2001.
Simone focuses her practice on advising clients on compliance matters including plan benefit design, ERISA and IRC compliance and litigation.
John was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2012 and the Kansas Bar in 2015.
John advises clients on compliance matters and in litigation.
Mike Newbold was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 1977. Mike graduated from St. Louis University, cum laude, in 1973 and the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law in 1976.
Mike's experience includes representing clients in state and federal courts and before federal, state and local administrative agencies. Mike also regularly advises clients in Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service audits.
Linda Winter has been a member of the Wisconsin bar since 1979, the D.C. bar since 1988 and the Missouri Bar since 1990. Linda graduated from Marquette University, magna cum laude, in 1979 and the Marquette University School of Law in 1982.
Linda provides clients with counsel regarding plan design, compliance with ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code.
Aaron was admitted to the Kansas Bar in 2012 after receiving his law degree from Washburn University School of Law.
Aaron represents clients in state and federal courts.
Brad was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2003. Brad graduated from Tulane University in 2000 and the University of Iowa College of Law in 2003. Brad is admitted to practice in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, New York and various federal district and bankruptcy courts.
Brad represents clients in state and federal courts in withdrawal liabilty, delinqent contribution and benefit claims and advises clients on compliance with ERISA and other state and federal laws.
Bruce Jackson was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 1984 after receiving his law degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law. Bruce received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1982.
Bruce represents individuals, labor organizations and employee benefit plans, and has done so for more than thirty years. Bruce’s experience includes the prosecution and defense of actions by and against unions and employee benefit plans in federal and state courts, appearing before federal and state administrative agencies, and representing labor organizations in contract negotiations and labor arbitration proceedings.
Jason was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2012 and joined the Firm in 2018.
Jason advises clients on compliance matters and in litigation.
Ryan was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2013 and joined the Firm in 2019.
Ryan primarily represents labor organizations.