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Construction Continues

As our clients may have noticed, the construction process is still occurring for our new sidewalk.  The front door of our building will be unavailable for use the week of April 20.  However, we are still open for the same hours and business as usual. If you are planning on visiting our office, please use […]

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Pardon Our Construction

Construction has begun on our new sidewalk.  For the next week or so, the front door of our building will be unavailable.  However, we are still open.   Please use the door found in the alley on the east side of the building.  From there, signs will guide you to our reception area.  Thank you […]

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McCartney Elected Chairman of NTCA Legal Committee

Brydon, Swearengen & England’s shareholder and attorney Brian McCartney was recently elected as the Chairman of the Legal Committee of NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association during the Committee’s March 9 meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.  NTCA is the premier association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications companies serving rural and small-town America.  The legal committee […]

Paul Boudreau, Attorney

Boudreau Represents Powerhouse Gym in Sales Tax Case

The Missouri Supreme Court this week sided with Joplin’s Powerhouse Gym, declaring that the state’s Revenue Department overstepped its boundaries by collecting sales taxes on the company for renting out an office within the premises to an independent company providing personal training services to members of the fitness facility .  Powerhouse Gym was represented both before […]

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BSE Included on Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers

Brydon, Swearengen & England P.C. has again joined a select group of lawyers who have been recognized for their legal expertise and professional stature – the Martindale-Hubbell® Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers™. Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers™ is the definitive guide to the most preeminent law firms in the United States and Canada.

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Jamie Cox and Erin Wiseman Become Shareholders

Brydon, Swearengen & England P.C. is pleased to announce that Jamie Cox and Erin Wiseman have become shareholders of the firm. Jamie Cox has a general administrative law practice. She is a former Assistant Attorney General and routinely handles matters before the Administrative Hearing Commission and various professional licensing boards, including the State Board of […]

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Midwest Wine Press – Year In Review

Jamie Cox of BSE was recently published in the Midwest Wine Press as a part of her continuing series “Wine Law by the Case“.  Midwest Wine Press is the first business publication dedicated entirely to the art and business of winemaking in the Midwestern United States. The goal of Midwest Wine Press is to help winery owners, […]

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Wiseman Elected President of Jaycees

BSE attorney Erin Wiseman has been elected President of the Jefferson City Jaycees.  Her term as President will begin at the Installation Banquet on January 2, 2015. The Jaycees mission is to provide the young people of the community a chance to enrich their lives with leadership training through community service and project planning. Special projects that the […]

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Cox to Serve as Vice-Chair of MoBar Committee

This fall, Jamie Cox began a term as a vice-chair of the Missouri Bar’s Administrative Law Committee.  The Committee convened on November 21, 2014 during the Bar’s fall committee meetings in Jefferson City.  In addition to its general business agenda, the Committee presented continuing education programs on legal research of administrative law issues and a […]

Johnny Richardson, Attorney

Richardson Presents at Buchanan County Medical Society Symposium

On October 4, 2014, BSE shareholder Johnny Richardson made a presentation at the Buchanan County Medical Society’s CME symposium “Physician Supervision of Allied Health Professionals’ Practices: Legal responsibilities, economical, demographic, and political pressures for change.”   Mr. Richardson’s presentation addressed “Complaints, Omissions and Commissions Within the Collaborative Agreement: Liabilities That Can Affect Your License.” Johnny Richardson practices […]