Our Firm News

Fox Galvin to Host Free Seminar – “Preventing Problems: Things You Should Know”

You are Invited! Join us for a morning of information on October 4, 2018 – Preventing Problems: Things You Should Know. Topics will cover Electronic Stored Information Handling/Litigation Holds, Cybersecurity Update, Whistleblower Lawsuits, and Workplace Issues Involving Social Media. Please RSVP to espehar@foxgalvin.com. No cost.
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Madison Johnston Joins the Firm

Madison (Maddie) M. Johnston recently joined the Fox Galvin, LLC team. After graduating from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2017, Maddie worked for a large St. Louis defense firm. While in law school, Maddie worked for a local defense firm and as a Legal Intern for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Since […]
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Suzanne Galvin Highlighted in DRI Newsletter

Suzanne Galvin was highlighted this month in the New Member Spotlight of the Defense Research Institute (DRI) newsletter. Suzanne has returned to practice at Fox Galvin, LLC. Please see full article for more information.
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Fox Galvin LLC presented Award of Achievement

In 2017, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (BAMSL) partnered with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri to implement an important program to encourage and support pro bono legal services, and to publicly recognize those lawyers and law firms who stepped up to the Challenge. Seventeen St. Louis law firms, including Fox Galvin, LLC, accepted […]
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Ryan Mohr and Sarah Mangelsdorf Speak at Joint Meeting of Chemical Industry Council of Illinois (CICI) and Gateway Society of Hazardous Materials Managers (GSHMM)

Ryan Mohr and Sarah Mangelsdorf, partners at Fox Galvin, LLC, spoke at the February 8 joint meeting of Chemical Industry Council of Illinois (CICI) and Gateway Society of Hazardous Materials Managers (GSHMM ) at The Engineers’ Club of St. Louis. Ryan and Sarah spoke on “Responding to Government Inquiries.”
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Tom Smith Wins Defense Judgment

Tom Smith wins defense judgment following bench tried case in the City of St. Louis in favor of local cab company in lawsuit alleging personal injuries arising from automobile accident. The defense focused on establishing the cab driver was not negligent and did not cause the alleged injuries.
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