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Since its inception in 2008, Massey & Gail has been dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality legal services – from strategic advice through and including appellate review. The firm offers clients exceptional judgment, expertise, and results by bringing together two partners with a combined fifty years of experience spanning Supreme Court and appellate advocacy, civil and criminal trial work, and executive level in-house advice and counsel.
Our streamlined approach provides higher quality legal services. The firm’s lean staffing ensures that our partners are thoroughly and completely engaged in each matter. Because our knowledge is not filtered through the work of younger and less experienced attorneys, we can provide our clients with more complete and informed advice, and develop their cases with a better strategic sense.
We recognize that legal matters are business issues, and we remain keenly aware that Pyrrhic legal victories do not further our clients’ interests. Our responsibility is to identify from the outset endgame solutions and to secure them expeditiously.
We treat every case as a distinct and individual matter. We do not turn on the “auto-pilot” button upon retention, nor do we force each matter into the same cookie-cutter mold. Our experience teaches us that there are nuanced differences in the legal and factual questions presented by every case; that creative solutions are often possible; and that it is frequently feasible to identify short-cuts that will bring our clients’ disputes to resolution more easily and cheaply.
Jonathan Massey quoted in the ABA Journal concerning how in oral advocacy to deploy arguments "dropped" by the other side.
Massey & Gail's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the America Invents Act reported on the front page of the NYT business section and on trade websites.
Massey & Gail assists victory in Kansas school litigation in U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Jonathan Massey publishes article on 2011 U.S. Supreme Court Term. The Two That Got Away: First American Financial Corp. v. Edwards and Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, 6 Charleston L. Rev. 101 (2012).
Massey & Gail files amicus brief on behalf of Nuremburg Historians and International Lawyers in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum.
Jonathan Massey helps secure victory in Kansas Hot Fuel MDL.
Massey & Gail Submits "Unique" Brief to U.S. Supreme Court - see the news about us in the National Law Journal
Laurence Tribe invokes First Amendment against hedge fund restriction.
Massey and Gail in "Above the Law" on offering value to in-house clients
Massey & Gail in due process challenge to CERCLA regime
Massey & Gail in constitutional case involving Kansas school finance