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Attorney Nate Lindsey, Mayor Lyda Krewson, and other signing the Dutchtown Community Improvement District into law.

Attorney Nate Lindsey, in conjunction with the Downtown Dutchtown Business Association and many community volunteers, recently helped establish the largest Community Improvement District in Missouri.

Located in south St. Louis City, the Dutchtown Community Improvement District is a political subdivision with the power to impose special assessments and taxes for purposes of public improvements and development in the Dutchtown neighborhood.

Above, Nate is pictured in the center of the photo behind St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson on signing day.

Serving our communities.

When they’re not handling your case, RDM attorneys serve their communities in a variety of ways. Get to know our attorneys outside of the courtroom.

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Big Slick 2017

RDM is once again proud to join with Kansas City’s leading charitable community to sponsor the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend 2017. This year, the firm committed itself to being a platinum sponsor.

The members of RDM are dedicated supporters of the mission of Children’s Mercy: to help improve the physical and emotion well being of children with cancer and their families. Read more about Big Slick Celebrity Weekend.

Top photo courtesy of Big Slick KC.

Gavel.

On Tuesday, May 16th, 2017, a jury in Jackson County, Missouri found welding rod manufacturers Hobart Brothers and Lincoln Electric not liable for damages related to asbestos claims. RDM attorneys Kurt Rasmussen, Dyanna Ballou, and Justin Ijei defended against the claim.

Jessica Shumaker at Missouri Lawyers Weekly has a full synopsis of the case, Laningham v. Hobart Brothers and Lincoln Electric.

Update: RDM’s victory in this case has been named a Top Defense Verdict for 2017.

RDM attorneys sign the Pro Bono Pledge.

Rasmussen Dickey Moore believes in the importance of pro bono work and, accordingly, commits to encouraging and supporting pro bono activities.

Project Pro Bono for the Public Good, a partnership of KCMBA and LAWMO.

Project Pro Bono is a partnership between Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA) and Legal Aid of Western Missouri (LAWMO).

Law firms that sign the Pro Bono Pledge promise to make a commitment to the provision of pro bono legal services in the Kansas City area by actively seeking opportunities to provide pro bono services, setting specific goals for yearly pro bono work, and encouraging firm-wide participation in pro bono initiatives.

RDM celebrates 20 years.

In honor of Rasmussen Dickey Moore’s 20th anniversary year, the firm unveiled a shortened name and a new Kansas City office location. An open house was held on December 1st to celebrate RDM’s achievements, clients, and families.

RDM celebrates 20 years.

RDM was established as Rasmussen, Willis, Dickey, & Moore in 1996 by four partners from the former Kansas City law firm of Watson & Marshall, L.C. Over the years there have been changes of locations, names, procedures, and people, but the founding principle of providing exceptional legal service remains in place today.

RDM celebrates 20 years.

We thank our growing team of attorneys for their dedicated work, and we thank our clients for allowing us to serve them over the last 20 years. We look forward to the next 20 years and beyond!