Lewis Rice Kansas City Office Names Four New Members of the Firm

The Kansas City office of Lewis Rice is pleased to share that Ashlyn Lewis, Sarah Rowe, Bobby Taylor, and Rodger Turbak have been promoted to members of the firm.

“Ashlyn, Sarah, Bobby, and Rodger are all talented attorneys who embody Lewis Rice’s client-centric focus,” said Lewis Rice Kansas City office Managing Member, Tom Martin. “Their promotion reflects the firm’s commitment to providing outstanding legal services to our clients.”

Ashlyn Lewis practices in the Kansas City Litigation Department and has nearly 15 years of experience. Ashlyn received her Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law. She brings a creative, problem-solving spirit and diverse background in trial, appellate, and collateral actions to her practice. Ashlyn believes that clear and empathetic communication with all stakeholders in the litigation process is the key to achieving success on behalf of her clients.

Sarah Rowe practices in the Kansas City Real Estate Department with more than 20 years of commercial real estate transaction experience. Prior to joining Lewis Rice, Sarah served as general counsel with Eighteen Capital Group. She focuses her practice on working with owners and property management in all aspects of commercial real estate. She is a member of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) KC, serves on the Kansas City office DEI Committee, and serves on the Downtown Council Business Attraction and Retention Committee.

Bobby Taylor practices in the Kansas City Corporate and Tax Departments concentrating on tax and business transactional law. He focuses his practice in the areas of business law, corporate law, and taxation issues. Prior to joining Lewis Rice, Bobby was an associate at Van Osdol PC. In addition to his law practice, Bobby currently serves as chair of the KCMBA’s Tax Committee and as a guest lecturer in Partnership Tax at the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Law.

Rodger Turbak practices in the Kansas City Litigation Department, representing the interest of local, regional, and national creditors. Rodger’s practice focuses on consumer and commercial matters primarily in the areas of default loans, replevins, foreclosures, evictions, collections, workouts, and similar creditor’s rights areas. He has had extensive experience representing creditors as both plaintiff and defendant throughout the complex litigation and bankruptcy process.