An interview with our board president, John Kindschuh, was recently featured in Law360 Pulse.
John Kindschuh concentrates his practice in the field of environmental law, including regulatory compliance, analyzing emerging contaminants, and engaging in transactional counseling. He is a member of the firm’s Energy, Environmental and Infrastructure Practice Group, and also works with the firm’s Knowledge Management team. John has a strong commitment to representing corporate clients in multi-million dollar cases as well as to individual pro bono clients who cannot afford legal representation.
Importantly, John recently suffered from a brain injury. He is an advocate for people with head injuries, speaking over seventy times (to date!) to various groups, such as to BCLP lawyers and staff, therapists, doctors and nurses, religious organizations, and police officers.
“BLCP’s human resources staff and leadership worked with the Brain Injury Foundation of St. Louis, a nonprofit organization with experience helping stroke patients return to work and other activities of daily life, to plan for Kindschuh’s return to work. They were aware that he would not be back to 100% overnight, but rather could take six to nine months to adjust, Kindschuh said.”
You can read more about John’s story in the full interview here: https://www.law360.com/pulse/articles/1544146/print?section=pulse/modern-lawyer
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