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Brian Chaney Hey

Brian Chaney Hey

Practice areas:

Employment & Labor

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About Me

I represent the interests of city governments and the interests of management in all areas of labor and employment law.  My experience includes representation of several Missouri municipalities as well as restaurants, manufacturers, insurance companies, and mass transit companies.  I have litigated before state, federal, and administrative courts throughout the country and I have substantial experience in litigation disputes involving arbitration agreements. 


Practice Areas

Licensed since 2002

  1. Employment & Labor: 100%

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Contact Info

McMahon Berger

2730 N. Ballas Rd., Ste. 200
Post Office Box 31901
St. Louis, MO, 63131-0901



MOGood Standing, Active200201/08/2013

Professional Misconduct

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Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
AttorneyMcMahon Berger, P.C.2007 - Present
AttorneyInglish & Monaco, P.C.2002 - 2007


Association NamePosition NameDuration
Missouri Municipal LeagueMember2013 - Present
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. LouisMember2007 - Present
Missouri BarMember2002 - Present


Publication NameTitleDate
St. Louis Bar JournalCommonly Used Employer Policies That May Violate Employees’ Section 7 Rights2013


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Missouri - Columbia School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2002
Truman State UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1999

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
National Business InstitutePractical Litigation Strategies for Employment Discrimination Suits2015
APWA ConferenceEmployment and Labor Law 101: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls of EEO, FMLA, ADA, and Collective Bargaining2015
St. Louis, MissouriFive Steps Every City Should Take Regarding Public Sector Bargaining2013
The National Business InstituteRecent Trends in Municipal Law2012
The Missouri Bar Labor & Employment SymposiumCreating an Enforceable Arbitration Agreement2011
The Missouri Bar Judicial Conference 2010 Annual MeetingThe Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Employment Contracts2010