We are trial lawyers. We are problem solvers. We listen. We speak and act with integrity. We passionately advocate for our clients, both inside and outside the courtroom.

We enjoy trying cases and working in courtrooms, but we also know that if we can satisfactorily solve a problem and avoid litigation this is frequently the best solution. The plain truth is that litigation is time consuming, expensive, and often uncertain. Our job is not to simply be a “cheerleader” but to candidly explore all possible options. The sooner we are contacted the more options exist.

Employees often contact us us feeling worried, angry, or hurt. Individuals faced with loss of

employment or work related problems need a knowledgeable place to turn for questions, counsel, and possible solutions. When an individual is caught up in an unethical, hostile, or an illegally discriminatory work environment we help the employee find effective solutions.

Employers want to remain focused on their business and avoid legal disputes; to that end, we help employers navigate the labyrinth of state and federal statutes and regulations and the demands of

the common law. We help our clients avoid problems, but when problems with employees arise we help find ethical solutions.

When litigation is required, we are passionate, ethical, and experienced advocates. Because of our reputation, much of our work comes from referrals from other attorneys, clients, and judges. To confirm our experience and ability in the courtroom please see “Our Results” page.


Who We Are

Lee W. Barron has practiced law in the greater St. Louis area for over 25 years. Respected in the legal community, Lee has received MartindaleHubbell’s highest rating, AV, and he is recognized by his peers as a Leading Lawyer through the Leading Lawyer’s Network.



What We Do

We represent individual and small business clients in federal courts, Illinois and Missouri state courts, EEOC proceedings, Illinois and Missouri state agency proceedings, arbitrations, mediations, and negotiations.



Contact Us

Send us your name, your contact information, and a brief description of your legal issue, and our attorneys will carefully review your issue and contact you to discuss how we can help you.