Mollie K. Grever
Mollie represents companies of all sizes in corporate transactional and general business law matters. She advises business owners, upper level management and staff on business transactions and contract negotiation, execution and related regulatory issues. She has experience in all aspects of complex commercial contract negotiation, including intellectual property licenses, distributor and sales representative agreements, logistics agreements including warehousing agreements, motor carrier agreements, rail and barge transportation agreements, as well as construction agreements, contractor and consultant agreements, confidentiality and non-compete agreements, complex vendor relationships, and supply agreements. She works with clients to develop agreements that fit their businesses and trains clients on key terms and relationships. Mollie regularly assists clients in commercial real estate matters including leases, acquisitions and divestitures. She handles risk management, insurance coverage and related issues arising from corporate transactions and works with international counsel to manage local issues that arise in cross-border transactions. Mollie also counsels closely-held businesses on formation and business succession issues. Her experience extends across a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, technology, consumer goods and retail.
- J.D., St. Louis University School of Law, 1992 – Editorial Staff and Staff member of The St. Louis University Law Journal
- B.S. Journalism, Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism, 1989
Community Involvement/Professional Affiliations
- St. Peter’s Catholic School, School Board Member
- St. Peter’s Church, Urban Village Council Co-Chair. Urban Village is a St. Peter’s ministry designed to unite the community surrounding its campus, particularly uniting those living and working east and west of Troost Ave.
- President’s Seminar Member. Association of Presidents, CEOs and Principals of greater Kansas City mid-sized companies exchanging ideas and best management practices.
- The Missouri Bar