Evans & Dixon, LLC offers comprehensive legal coverage in business law, civil litigation, and workers’ compensation defense.
Our firm is widely recognized by the nation’s insurance industry and business community for our passionate commitment to assisting clients in achieving their objectives. Our diverse and experienced attorneys excel in developing customized, cost-effective legal solutions for each client.
Established in 1945 and headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, Evans & Dixon operates offices in Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Overland Park, Chicago and Omaha. We represent numerous Fortune 500 companies in the Midwest, including 80 percent of the top Fortune 500 companies in Missouri. Our Business Law group supports clients nationwide and assists entities both large and small. We also advise national and international clients of Ally Law member firms.
Historically, our practice has been focused on insurance defense. With a merger in 2008, we expanded to include subrogation and collections. Growing along with our clients, we added our business law practice group in 2010. In recent years, we have added a large-loss subrogation practice and creditor’s rights practice to round out our business law offerings.
- Business and commercial litigation
- Contract review and preparation
- Corporate governance
- Corporate transactions
- Employee benefits
- Employment contract
- Intellectual property
- Labor and employment
- Patent, trademark and copyrights
- Mergers and acquisition
- Real estate
- SEC filings and compliance
- Small-business advising
Evans & Dixon has grown to become one of the largest firms in the Midwest, yet we maintain the feel of the small firm created by John Evans and John Dixon. Our staff, research capabilities and technology resources mirror those of a large firm, yet we remain steadfast in offering the personalized attention and dedication each client deserves.
We’re pleased to announce 14 of our member firms across 78 practice areas are listed in the 2021 edition of Best Law Firms in America.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has adopted amendments to the “accredited investor” definition contained in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D which is one of the principal tests for determining who is eligible to invest in private capital raising transactions.
One Metropolitan Square
211 North Broadway, Suite 2500
St. Louis, MO, USA 63102
Tel +1 314 621 7755
Corporate Woods, Building 82
10851 Mastin Boulevard, Ste. 900
Overland Park, KS, USA 66210
Tel +1 913 693 0900