Please join us for our July membership meeting at Lidia's in Kansas City, July 15 at noon.
The theme for this membership meeting is Ethics and our speakers are Mark Brennan and Fred Sgroi, both Partners with Bryan Cave LLP.
Mark Brennan has been practicing law for more than twenty years. He has substantial experience with products liability, class action, and appellate litigation. Over the last ten years, his practice evolved to focus on e-discovery. Mark practices in the Kansas City, Missouri office of Bryan Cave LLP, and he believes he is the only litigator in the firm who spends more time working in Excel than in Word. Mark has been a member of Bryan Cave’s Ethics Committee for seventeen years and was the lawyer-supervisor of the office’s paralegals for five years.
Fred Sgroi began practicing law in Kansas City in the year the Royals won Game 7 of the World Series. Just over eleven years ago, he joined Bryan Cave LLP, where, with Mark Brennan and many others, he is part of the litigation practice in the firm’s Kansas City, Missouri office. Fred began his legal career in the trial department of one of the predecessors to the firm now known as Stinson Leonard Street, and then served for many years as a senior in-house attorney at a large telecommunications company headquartered in Johnson County, Kansas. He also serves on Bryan Cave’s Ethics Committee.
The menu for this event will include:
The Pasta Trio
Non alcoholic beverages
Please let us know if you need a vegetarian option. Payment can be made online or by check. Please make check payable to KCPA and mail it to P.O. Box 26173, Kansas City, MO 64196. RSVPs and any cancellations must be received by July 10, 2015.
Please contact Marisel Walston at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 913 660 5831 if you have any questions regarding this event.
Before you go, please participate in a survey regarding our Annual Meeting in October. Let us know if you prefer a lunch, happy hour or evening meeting. Click on http://kcparalegals.org/Survey.
See you at Lidia's!