David Shorr Informs Missouri Society of Professional Engineers on Water Quality


Lathrop Gage attorney David Shorr (Environmental - Jefferson City) led the water quality portion of the recently concluded Missouri Society of Professional Engineers conference, held at Camden on the Lake Resort in southwest Missouri. Mr. Shorr presented on the events of last year's water quality issues at the Lake of the Ozarks and the ensuing resolutions.

Mr. Shorr has spoken and written on this and related subjects at national and regional conferences. He is the partner in charge of the firm's Jefferson City office, and represents clients in regulatory matters in the environmental, energy, and utilities arenas and handles complex cases involving the scope of legal authority and government public policy. He also handles regulatory matters involving health care, insurance, and telecommunications. Mr. Shorr is a registered Missouri lobbyist and assists clients with legislative strategies.

The firm's Jefferson City and Columbia attorneys regularly participate in complaint cases before the Missouri Public Service Commission, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the Missouri Department of Insurance and all the other Executive Departments and have represented clients with regulatory issues before the Missouri Court of Appeals and the Missouri Supreme Court. From mid-Missouri the firm is able to serve clients who have a critical need for legal services involving the State of Missouri legislature, elected offices and administrative agencies. Over the past 20 years, Lathrop Gage has appeared in every major rate case in Missouri involving gas, electric or telephone service.

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