Brandon  Boulware

Boulware Law
Boulware Law
1600 Genessee, Suite 416
Kansas CityMO 64102
(816) 492-2826
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Driven, Dedicated, Effective Trial Lawyer Brandon began his legal career working for judges—first clerking for a Missouri Supreme Court judge and then for a U.S. District Court judge. He then entered the courtroom as a litigator, and over the last 13 years has litigated significant, high stakes cases in courts in Kansas, Missouri, and fourteen other states. Brandon has represented corporate and individual clients in matters ranging from trucking accidents to antitrust monopolies to large breach of contract and business tort matters. He has developed a reputation for an aggressive yet strategic and practical approach. Brandon has been consistently recognized by his peers in the legal community. Best Lawyers in America® has named Brandon in the area of Commercial Litigation since 2015, the Kansas City Business Journal® has listed him as Best of the Bar since 2013, and he has been named as a Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyer® since 2008.  In 2019, Brandon was named one of the Top 10 Business Tort Trial Lawyers in Missouri by the Business Tort Trial Lawyers Association. Brandon lives in Kansas City with his wife, their four children, and an ever-expanding brood of pets. Brandon enjoys all things outdoors—hiking, mountain biking, and running. Education American University J. D., Magna Cum Laude, 2002 International Law Review (Notes & Comments Editor) University of Missouri-Columbia Bachelor of Arts, 1999 Community Commissioner, Missouri Gaming Commission (Governor-Appointed, 2018-present) Trustee, St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School (2015-present) Midtown Housing Advisory Board (Mayor-Appointed, 2013-present) Clerk Experience Chief Judge Dean Whipple (W.D. Mo., 2003-05) Chief Justice Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. (Supreme Court of Missouri, 2002-03) Bar Admissions Missouri (federal and state courts) Kansas (federal and state courts) Memberships American Bar Association Missouri Bar Association KC Metropolitan Bar Association PublicationsOpting Out of an Antitrust Class Action: Should Your Company Do It and, If So, When?” The Antitrust Counselor, Dec. 2011 Agriculture and Food Handbook, ABA Section of Antitrust Law (2019), Contributing Author
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