Company Overview of Bryan Cave, LLP
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
Key Executives for Bryan Cave, LLP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Bryan Cave, LLP Key Developments
Bryan Cave Appoint Executives
Oct 24 16
Bryan Cave announced management changes that included the addition of St. Louis partner Steve Baumer to its executive committee. Baumer counsels clients on corporate governance issues and advises on matters such as strategic mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, investments and joint ventures. He is one of four new members to the committee, effective Oct. 1. They replace members who have finished their terms. The firm will also add new leadership to its client service groups. Daniel Crowe, a St. Louis partner, will become the co-leader of the intellectual property group. Crowe has handled patent infringement cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, in a wide range of industries. Steve Strauss, a St. Louis partner, will lead the product liability group. Strauss’ litigation and trial practice focuses on complex product liability and commercial matters. Another St. Louis partner, John Welge, will lead the transactions group. Welge leads the legal negotiation and execution of cross-border transactions and middle-market mergers and acquisitions for individuals and corporate clients buying and selling businesses. Erika Labelle, also a St. Louis partner, will become deputy leader of the tax advice and controversy group. Labelle’s practice focuses on federal tax controversy, transactional tax, and tax-exempt matters.
Bryan Cave, LLP Appoints Allison Eckstrom as Partner in the Labor & Employment Group in Irvine Office
Oct 5 16
Bryan Cave, LLP announced that Allison Eckstrom has joined the firm as a partner in the Labor & Employment Group. Eckstrom will reside in the Irvine office. Eckstrom represents clients in complex wage and hour litigation, including claims for employee misclassification, rounding violations, regular rate of pay issues, meal or rest period compliance, expense reimbursement and off-the-clock issues, as well as derivative claims under California's Unfair Competition Law (UCL) and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). Eckstrom also represents clients in single-plaintiff employment matters involving claims for discrimination, harassment and retaliation under both California and federal laws. Prior to joining Bryan Cave, Eckstrom practiced at two international law firms where she focused on employment/wage and hour litigation and complex commercial litigation. She also served as a judicial law clerk for Associate Justice Steven H. Levinson of the Hawaii Supreme Court for two years following law school.
Bryan Cave, LLP Announces Executive Appointments
Sep 1 16
Bryan Cave LLP announced the addition in the firm's Paris office of a three-lawyer, integrated team. Antoine Martin has joined as partner, Mathieu Taupin has joined as counsel and Baudouin Gueyffier will join as an associate, effective 27 September. They will practice with the firm's Transactions Client Service Group. Martin is actively engaged in all aspects of corporate/M&A matters. He advises on share and asset acquisitions and disposals, corporate reorganizations and cross-border transactions. These transactions often focus strongly on complex carve-outs or distressed asset transactions, involving negotiations with French state agencies and local authorities. Taupin is particularly experienced in handling complex carve-out issues and processes, frequently in the context of divestment or distressed transactions for or from industrial players and within various markets, such as automotive, packaging, metal industry, food and agribusiness.
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