A Veteran Litigator

A decorated veteran of the U.S. Army, attorney Mick Lerner is also a veteran litigator. He has practicing as an attorney for more than 46 years, successfully representing businesses of all sizes and individuals in state and federal courts across the nation and internationally.

He is experienced in handling all types of commercial litigation matters, from multidistrict national antitrust cases to securities claims by individuals. He has successfully represented both defendants and claimants in cases involving employment discrimination and employment matters of all kinds. At The Lerner Law Firm, he represents clients in legal matters ranging from contract disputes to international sales and distribution licenses.

Experienced Counsel For Complex Business Law Issues

With extensive litigation experience in all areas of business and commercial law, Mr. Lerner guides clients through business decisions with legal consequences, helping to avoid expensive litigation. He is experienced in alternative dispute resolution methods. When it is in the best interest of a client to take a case to trial, Mr. Lerner is experienced at presenting complex issues to juries.

Among numerous successful outcomes, he drafted the lawsuit that resulted in the largest False Claims Act settlement in the history of that act. Recognized by his peers as an effective litigator, in and out of the courtroom, Mr. Lerner has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

Contact Our Office To Discuss Representation

To discuss your situation with our lawyer, call The Lerner Law Firm, at 913-428-0298 or send us an email. Based in Overland Park, Kansas we serve clients in the Greater Kansas City area, in courts in both Kansas and Missouri, and across the country.

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