Bailey Glasser Opens New Office in St. Louis
Bailey Glasser is pleased to announce the opening of its newest office location in St. Louis, Missouri. Since 1999, the firm has grown to include 52 lawyers with offices in nine states and the District of Columbia. Jeff Baron, office managing partner, and attorney Mark Boyko are located in the St. Louis office.
Jeff focuses his practice in commercial litigation involving energy-related matters and business disputes. Jeff has represented individuals and corporations through all stages of the litigation process and has successfully handled trials, administrative proceedings, arbitrations, and appeals in a variety of areas, including energy and natural resources, construction, real estate, and business litigation. Jeff also advises clients on transactional and regulatory matters affecting their businesses, and has represented individuals and corporations in class action litigation. Jeff received his B.A. from University of Missouri, St. Louis, magna cum laude, and his J.D. from University of Illinois College of Law, cum laude.
Mark practices primarily in the area of complex fiduciary breach and prohibited transaction litigation, representing clients in actions brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). Mark has been involved in all aspects of class litigation, from organizing and investigating cases against over a dozen companies, such as Ameriprise Financial and Lockheed Martin, to mediating the settlement of ten cases for a total of over $300 million. He has class action trial experience, securing a verdict for employees and retirees based on self-dealing by their employer in their 401(k) plan, and has experience at the appellate and U.S. Supreme Court level. Mark earned his bachelors in economics from the University of Illinois, and his J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law.
Bailey Glasser’s complex litigation practice focuses on high-stakes commercial litigation; class actions for consumers, insureds, investors, and retirement plan participants; catastrophic injury and defective product cases; antitrust; and whistleblower lawsuits. The firm has extensive experience in energy law, and litigates energy cases in trial courts, bankruptcy courts, regulatory agencies, and appellate courts. It has a major corporate practice, and handles business matters ranging from assisting Chinese investors in acquiring US assets, to IPOs, to the negotiation and execution of billions of dollars in commercial transactions.