I formed my practice in December of 1981, and the practice now known as Kline Law... more
I formed my practice in December of 1981, and the practice now known as Kline Law Office has existed since that date. Over the past three decades I have focused on the handling of civil litigation matters practicing in courts throughout the West. I have handled a wide variety of cases dealing with labor and employment, professional licensing, personal injury, insurance, and business issues. I h... view profile
I have devoted my entire life to being the best trial lawyer possible. My father was... more
I have devoted my entire life to being the best trial lawyer possible. My father was a nationally prominent courtroom lawyer, and I decided at the age of about 12 that this was how I wanted to develop my career. I feel a deep sense of honor and privilege whenever a new client retains me or my firm for an important matter, and I never tire of the challenge of finding new and creative ways of adv... view profile
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2014 after eight years at the Wyoming Attorney... more
I joined Kline Law Office, P.C., in 2014 after eight years at the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. While there, I gained substantial experience prosecuting disciplinary matters before almost all state professional licensing boards, and I was also responsible for representing numerous state agencies in employment and personnel matters before both state and federal agencies, including the Unite... view profile
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