Kansas City Office of Lewis Rice Names New Member

The Kansas City office of Lewis Rice LLC is pleased to announce it has named Jonah Lock as a new member.

“My warmest congratulations to Jonah on his promotion to member,” said Kansas City office Chairman, Tom Martin. “Jonah works tirelessly for his clients. His commitment and dedication is truly an asset to the Firm’s growth and success”.

Jonah is a 2007 graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Law. As a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department, his practice is particularly focused on protecting the rights of creditors nationwide, where he successfully represents automobile and commercial lenders, mortgage servicing companies, businesses, and related organizations. In addition, he focuses much of his practice on assisting commercial property owners with their leasing and landlord-tenant issues, including vendor litigation and tenant evictions/collections, and also devotes a significant portion of his practice to construction law, including filing mechanic’s liens, bond claims, and all related litigation matters. Jonah has been with the Kansas City office of Lewis Rice since 2019.

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