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Triplett Woolf Garretson, LLC.

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Managing Partner: Ron H. Harnden
Number of partners: 21
Number of associates: 4

Firm Overview:
Since its formation in 1985, TWG has been recognized as a full service law firm providing its clients with consistent, high quality legal representation and results. Large enough to provide comprehensive legal advice in a prompt and thorough manner, yet small enough to maintain personal contact between senior attorneys and clients, TWG is a diverse, innovative law firm, actively assisting its clients in business, in court, and with their personal legal needs.

Main Areas of Practice:
Business Organization & Financing:
TWG assists its clients in all facets of business formation, acquisition, reorganization, liquidation, mergers, stock and asset purchases and dispositions, and related tax consequences.
Contact: Jeff Dahlgren

Civil & Business Litigation:
TWG attorneys provide aggressive representation in business and commercial litigation, construction, OSHA investigations, employment disputes, environmental, energy and oil and gas-related matters.
Business Litigation Contact: Jim Walker
Civil Litigation Contact: John Woolf

TWG represents developers, contractors and subcontractors in contract negotiation and drafting, as well as litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.
Contact: Jeff Leonard and Neil Gosch

Employment Law:
The firm has expertise in compliance and preventive measures, wage and hour issues, contract drafting (including employment, non-competition, confidentiality and similar agreements), defense and prosecution of administrative charges, employment litigation, including discrimination ADA, FMLA and ERISA.
Contact: Eric Metz

Estate Planning:
Knowledgeable estate planning attorneys design plans uniquely suited to each client and involve TWG tax experts to assist in handling the most complicated estate plans.
Contact: Theron Fry and Tad Patton

Fiduciary Litigation:
TWG represents financial institutions, individual fiduciaries, beneficiaries and heirs in all forms of disputes related to trusts, decendent’s estates and conservatorships.
Contact: Rachael Pirner

Intellectual Property:
TWG has expertise in the protection and enforcement of trademarks, service marks, trade secrets and copyright applications. TWG is experienced in drafting software development, licensing and confidentiality agreements.
Contact: Andrew Kovar

Municipal Finance:
TWG represents cities, counties and other municipalities, as well as underwriters and conduit borrowers, in the issuance of municipal bonds and other specialized debt obligations, both taxable and tax-exempt, including the issuance of industrial revenue bonds by municipalities.
Contact: J T Klaus

Natural Resources Law:
TWG counsels individuals, companies and utilities which own, produce, transport and market various natural resources — particularly oil and gas.
Contact: Tim McKee

Real Estate Law:
The firm represents developers in the purchase, sale, leasing and development of both residential and commercial properties, in addition to landlords and tenants in leasing transactions, and lenders and borrowers with respect to real estate financing, contracts, deeds, leases, zoning matters, code compliance, foreclosures and property tax assessments and appeals.
Contact: Ron Harnden

TWG represents both issuers and underwriters in the private placement and registration of securities, as well as broker/dealers, investment advisers, brokerage firms and others, appearing before the NASD and Kansas Securities Commissioner.
Contact: Tom Garretson and Andrew Kovar

TWG assists businesses and individuals with tax planning and all tax-related issues including resolution of tax disputes with local, state and federal bodies and participates extensively in corporate and commercial transactions.
Contact: Ross Hellwig

Creditor Rights:
TWG is experienced in creditor rights, bankruptcy, workouts, forbearance, restructuring, foreclosure and related areas.
Contact: Tyler Heffron

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