John M. Klamann

John M. Klamann, founder

John M. Klamann is the founder and president of The Klamann Law Firm, P.A.  He graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 1978 where he was President of the Student Bar Association, awarded the Glen W. Dickenson Scholarship, and a recipient of the Justice Donnan Stevenson American Judicature Award.  He is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Missouri Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Association, and the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association. Among other places, he is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the Supreme Court of Missouri, the Supreme Court of Kansas.

In addition to his practice at The Klamann Law Firm, Mr. Klamann has frequently been an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law, where he currently teaches Complex Litigation.  He is the author of three Am Jur Trials articles on trying complex cases: J. Klamann, “Broker-Dealer Fraud: Churning,” 36 Am Jur Trials 1 (1988);  J. Klamann and K. McClain, “Cost Recovery Litigation: Abatement of Asbestos Contamination,”  40 Am Jur Trials 317 (1990); and  J. Klamann and B. Braud, “Third-Party Accountant Liability: Prospective Financial Statements Used in Securities Offerings,” 45 Am Jur Trials 113 (1992).  In addition, Mr. Klamann has been a frequent speaker at CLE seminars, EPA-sponsored educational programs on asbestos, and other national conferences of doctors, industrial hygienists, engineers, and other professional groups.  He is currently working on a Handbook of Complex Litigation.

Mr. Klamann has been included in the Kansas City Business Journal’s “Best of the Bar” listing since 2002. Mr. Klamann has also been listed in the “Best Lawyers in America” for more than ten years.

Mr. Klamann lives in Kansas City, Missouri with his wife, Brigid.  They have six children.

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