We are excited to announce three new attorneys who have recently joined our firm.
Laura H. Reeves is a former executive of Anheuser-Busch Companies (1989-2011) responsible for SEC, NYSE and corporate law compliance, executive compensation, corporate governance, general corporate law, and corporate philanthropy. During her tenure, she also served as Vice-Chairman of the Anheuser-Busch Foundation and directed Anheuser-Busch’s charitable investments of $36 Million annually to communities across the country. Prior to joining Anheuser-Busch, Laura was in private practice with a St. Louis firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions. Laura has extensive experience in non-profit management and governance and has served on the Board of over 16 regional and national nonprofit organizations and was a founding member of an international conservation fund. She also managed the startup and served as Chief Operating Officer of a non-profit organization located in the City of Saint Louis (2011-2013).
Gregory D. DeBeer focuses his practice on representing individuals, businesses and governmental entities in all aspects of high-risk litigation and administrative proceedings throughout the United States. Greg has extensive experience defending clients in constitutional tort claims alleging due process violations and state court actions against construction companies, trucking companies, product manufacturers and land possessors. Greg has also successfully defended various healthcare providers, including physicians, nurses, psychiatrists and psychologists, in medical malpractice actions and administrative board complaints. Greg’s litigation experience also allows him to counsel corporate clients, particularly small businesses, on the best practices to avoid future litigation and administrative complaints.
Amanda A. Walker practices in the areas of labor & employment law, civil litigation, and education law. She previously practiced civil litigation with a focus on insurance defense at a large St. Louis law firm, and has experience representing both individuals and companies in a wide variety of matters, including employment matters, injuries, and commercial disputes. Prior to attending law school, she helped manage a local real estate company’s inventory of foreclosed properties.