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Kyle Russell Discusses His Elevation as Managing Principal in Jackson Lewis' Overland Park and Kansas City Offices

Kyle Russell discusses his new position as Office Managing Principal in the Overland Park and Kansas City locations of Jackson Lewis in "Fast-growing law firm names new Kansas City-area leader," published by Kansas City Business Journal.

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William J. Anthony

William J. Anthony
Firm Co-Chair
Albany

Brian J. Christensen

Brian J. Christensen
Office Managing Principal
Milwaukee

Kevin G. Lauri

Kevin G. Lauri
Firm Co-Chair
New York Metro
New York City

Kyle B. Russell

Kyle B. Russell
Principal and Office Litigation Manager
Overland Park

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