Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) April 20, 2011
Steven Mauer and Heather Zerger, former partners with the Kansas City office of Bryan Cave LLP, have established Zerger & Mauer LLP. Their office is located on the 21st floor of City Center Square in Kansas City.
Zerger & Mauer represents plaintiffs and defendants in business disputes. Clients include financial institutions, businesses, municipalities and individuals. Practice areas include commercial litigation, employment counseling and defense, trust litigation, and contract and tort actions.
“Heather and I have a strong track record of delivering results for our clients,” says Mauer. “They know they can count on us to solve the complex issues they are facing so they can get back to running their businesses.”
Adds Zerger, “Our goal is to provide big firm capabilities to our clients with the personal attention, focus and flexibility that a smaller firm can offer. Our motto is to serve as creative, efficient and tenacious advocates for our clients.”
Mauer received his J.D. from Drake University in 1987. He became a partner at Bryan Cave in 1996. He represents a variety of businesses and municipalities as plaintiffs and defendants. He also counsels numerous Missouri municipalities, serving as a city attorney for two communities and a trial counsel for several others.
Zerger earned her J.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1999. She was elected partner at Bryan Cave in 2008. Her experience includes defending class actions and commercial trials representing plaintiffs. She is also experienced in employment litigation and counseling.
About Zerger & Mauer LLP
Steven Mauer and Heather Zerger established Zerger & Mauer LLP in April 2011. Steve and Heather are former big firm lawyers who offer big firm capabilities with the personal attention, focus and flexibility that clients expect from a small firm. Zerger & Mauer represent financial institutions, businesses, municipalities and individuals in complex commercial litigation, employment counseling and defense, trust litigation, and contract and tort actions.
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