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John E. Taylor joins Dunn & Davison's Litigation Department

September 26, 2011 - The law firm of Dunn & Davison LLC, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, announces the addition of John E. Taylor as Of Counsel in the Kansas City Office and member of their Litigation Department.

John practiced law at the Kansas and Missouri offices of Morris & Larson, PC and Watson & Ess, L.C. before their dissolution and the Kansas City, Missouri office of Armstrong Teasdale. Before joining Dunn & Davison, he practiced at John E. Taylor, L.C. in both Missouri and Kansas.

John is licensed before the United States Supreme Court and state and federal courts in Kansas, Missouri, Colorado and the District of Columbia. John's practice areas include arbitration, civil trial practice, construction, insurance defense, personal injury, professional liability and real estate law. He is known for his practical, cost-efficient approach toward the matters he handles. John was recently honored as a 2011 Best of Bar Honoree in the Kansas City Business Journal.

As the result of recent additions, Dunn & Davison has 23 attorneys in five offices including Kansas City, Mo., St. Joseph, Mo., North Kansas City, Mo., Leawood, Ks., and Houston, Tx. The firm's attorneys hail from a variety of regional and national firms and are seasoned professionals with valuable experience in complex transactions and cases across the country and internationally. All came to Dunn & Davison in order to better serve their clients' growing and varied needs.

Dunn & Davison attorneys provide practical, solutions-oriented guidance to clients in the areas of banking, business, commercial litigation, construction, employee benefits, employment law, ERISA, estate planning, higher education, immigration, mergers and acquisitions, tax planning, asset protection planning, arbitration and dispute resolution. The firm's focus is on integrity and experience in client service. Dunn & Davison, where innovation meets tradition.

Referenced in this press release: John E. Taylor