Mr. Gotham has over 13 years bankruptcy law experience and has personally handled... more
Mr. Gotham has over 13 years bankruptcy law experience and has personally handled hundreds of Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases. He is certified by the American Board of Certification in the fields of Business and Consumer Bankruptcy Law. To be certified, Mr. Gotham satisfied the following requirements: full time practice of law for at least five years; good standing in the bars of all states where a... view profile
Allison G. Confer has practiced with Wallace Saunders since 2005, and was elected as... more
Allison G. Confer has practiced with Wallace Saunders since 2005, and was elected as a partner in 2012. She serves as both a trial lawyer and as an advisor to clients on preventive strategies to avoid litigation. Allison practices in both the state and federal courts in Kansas and Missouri handling a variety of cases, including automobile and trucking accidents, premises liability, odor nui... view profile
Leilani Leighton is a lightning bolt of fresh energy, igniting passion and... more
Leilani Leighton is a lightning bolt of fresh energy, igniting passion and creativity at Wallace Saunders. She brings a new perspective to the firm, along with a hardworking, can-do attitude. As a member of the firm's Employment, Construction, Design Professionals, and Litigation Practice Groups, Leilani is quickly building a vast repertoire of experiences, and is steadily becoming sought aft... view profile
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