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From the Boardroom to the Courtroom, Serving St. Louis for More Than 25 Years.

Outstanding service in the law has little to do with 15-foot-high ceilings, one-of-a-kind marble conference tables or triple billing for meetings by a partner and two associates. In reality, when you’re selecting a law firm, it’s depth of experience, results and integrity that make all the difference. That’s what distinguishes Weiss Attorneys at Law from other larger firms. We specialize in representing small- and medium-sized businesses and individuals in areas of corporate, commercial, employment, franchise, general contracts, small business, real estate, litigation, arbitration, estate planning and probate, taxation, as well as asbestos and toxic tort defense.

So whatever your legal needs – whether it’s business-related or personal – Weiss offers unique insight, exceptional representation and big-firm experience. All backed by the accountability, attentiveness and service of a small firm.

 

KEY PRACTICE AREAS

Proven Experience & Proficiency Critical To Your Success.

Weiss may be small in size, but we're big on experience in the legal landscape. In fact, we provide proven and firsthand experience in over 10 legal practice areas most important to you:

Affordable Care Act
Corporate
Commercial
Contract
Employment
Estate Planning & Probate

Litigation
Mediation & Arbitration
Professional Licensing
Real Estate
Small Business Consulting
Taxation


WEISS LAW BLOG

Special Circumstances Justify an Award of Attorneys’ Fees in Declaratory Judgment Action A Missouri statutory provision defining “costs” recovery upon conclusion of litigation includes the right to recover attorneys’ fees when special circumstances exist. This statutory provision was recently relied upon in... Read More...

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Heads Up, I Win; Tails Up, You Lose.
Did Both Parties Really Agree to Arbitration?
It’s a simple concept on its face: To be binding, an arbitration agreement must contain mutual promises by both parties to arbitrate their claims. But if one party to an... Read More...