Michael joined the firm as an associate 2017. He practices primarily in the areas of personal injury, employment, construction and otherwise, general insurance defense litigation. Before joining the firm, Michael worked as a law clerk at Langdon & Emison in Lexington, Missouri where he gained experience representing clients in a wide variety of cases involving defective products, trucking accidents and wrongful death.
During law school, Michael worked as a law clerk at Bond Schoeneck & King where he assisted in representation of colleges, universities and individuals in NCAA infractions matters. He served as a Comment Editor for the UMKC Law Review. In his second year, he was published in the UMKC Law Review for his article titled, Lifting the Antitrust Exemption Presents a Major Problem for Minor League Baseball.
Before law school, Michael earned undergraduate degrees in Sports Administration and Business Management from Baker University where he also was a member of the baseball team.
J.D., University of Missouri, Kansas City, 2017
B.S., Baker University, 2014
U.S. District Court, District of Kansas, 2018
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
American Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Hobbs, Lifting the Antitrust Exemption Presents a Major Problem for Minor League Baseball, 84 UMKC L.Rev. 1059 (Summer, 2016).