Originally presented at the 2021 Annual Government Practice Institute
Nimrod Chapel and David Barrett explore the existence of bias and discrimination. Additionally, they discuss methods that attorneys can use to address the situation and why they should do so.
Speakers: Nimrod T. Chapel, The Chapel Law Group, LLC, Jefferson City; David F. Barrett, Attorney at Law, Jefferson City
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David Barrett works to help individuals and companies with professional licensing issues, ranging from the application process to defending disciplinary allegations. His experience includes representing individuals, companies, and professional licensing bodies. David is a panelist in the Missouri Bar’s Complaint Resolution Program and an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Nimrod “Rod” Chapel, Jr., is a Missouri trial lawyer and former Commissioner of the Administrative Hearing Commission who has dedicated his professional and private life to helping people stand up for their rights.
Rod founded The Chapel Law Group, LLC, to create a vehicle for the protection of workers and their families through not only the court system, but also administrative and legislative avenues and venues. Chapel’s advocacy has protected the rights of workers in Missouri, impacted multi-million dollar settlements, and helped to make Missouri a safer place to live and work for everyone.
Most recently though, Rod served as a Commissioner on the Administrative Hearing Commission. The Administrative Hearing Commission is a neutral, independent, administrative tribunal. Rod also served as General Counsel/Director of Legal Services for the Missouri Department of Revenue.
The Chapel Law Group, LLC, has a practice restricted to the representation of people and families injured in any way, deprived of wages due for their labor, and consumer issues that affect working families.
He is married to Denise Chapel and has 2 young sons. Rod is active in his community and believes strongly in community service. Currently, he serves as President of the Jefferson City, MO, NAACP as a member of The Board of Governors for The Missouri Bar and he is on a number of other boards including the Missouri Kid’s First, YMCA, Crimestoppers, Boy Scouts of America, St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City, United Way and Rotary.
Thu, Oct 06, 2022 - 12:00pm to 01:03pm CDT
Wed, Dec 07, 2022 - 12:00pm to 01:03pm CST
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