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Celebrating its centennial year in 2019, Foulston Siefkin LLP is the largest firm in Kansas with nearly 90 lawyers and offices in Kansas City, Topeka, and Wichita. We are proud to be one of the oldest law firms in the state and look forward to a bright future providing premier legal services to our clients for another 100 years or more. Our Kansas base allows us to offer clients the attractive value proposition associated with our affordable locale as well as the benefits associated with receiving hands-on, personal attention from lawyers recognized among the very best in the United States.
The firm represents a broad range of clients with state, national, and global business interests. Foulston Siefkin’s industry experience is equally broad. We represent agriculture, energy, and natural resource producers and processors; general construction entities and subcontractors; corporations; financial institutions; franchisers and franchisees; health care and senior care providers; insurance companies; manufacturers; professional entities; public utilities; service providers; and others.The firm’s practice areas cover the legal spectrum; a description of some of our largest practice areas follows.
Civil and Complex Litigation: Administrative representation; antitrust; banking; business contract and commercial disputes; class actions; data breach; insurance defense; intellectual property; mediation and alternative dispute resolution; qui tam; and tort defense in personal injury, products liability, professional malpractice, and property damage cases
Business Matters: Commercial bankruptcy; contracts and agreements; corporate and entity formation; corporate finance; e-business; energy; environmental; federal and state taxation, including tax planning, contested tax disputes, elder law, and estate planning; franchise and distribution; intellectual property; mergers and acquisitions; oil and gas; privacy and data security; private equity and venture capital; private placements; public policy law and government relations; real estate and construction; regulatory compliance; succession planning; tax-exempt organizations; and wind energy and water rights
Employment and Labor: Affirmative action plans; employee relations; employee benefits; Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA); employment contracts and non-compete agreements; employment discrimination defense; immigration; National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) representation; organized labor; Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA); and wage and hour
Health Care Law: Regulatory and corporate compliance programs; anti-kickback matters; electronic health records; EMTALA; fraud and abuse; government investigations; HIPAA privacy and security; licensing, accreditation, and certification; managed care; medical malpractice; peer review and risk management; professional liability defense; reimbursement; and Stark law