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Copeland Thompson Farris PC
231 South Bemiston Suite 1220
At Copeland Thompson Farris, our healthcare practice is focused on serving physicians and other healthcare providers. We have over twenty-eight years of experience helping the practices of physicians and other healthcare providers prosper in a highly regu...
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Douglas A. CopelandImmediate Past President Copeland, Thompson & Farris, P.C.231 S. Bemiston, Suite 1220Clayton, MO 63105 Mr. Copeland is a principal in the firm of Copeland, Thompson & Farris, P.C.
...Douglas A. Copeland, Immediate Past President
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Mr. Douglas A. Copeland
Copeland, Thompson & Farris, P.C.
231 S Bemiston Ave Ste 1220
Clayton, MO 63105-1914
Serving Region(s): 5-East Central
Business: (314) 726-1900
FAX: (314) 726-2361
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Douglas A. Copeland
Copeland Thompson Farris PC, Clayton, MO
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...Douglas Copeland, Esq., Member of Copeland, Thompson & Farris, PC and past-President of the Missouri Bar Association
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Copeland is in a position to take action.He just became Missouri Bar president, and working to preserve the state's judicial system is among his top priorities."I want to be ready, " said Copeland, 49, president of the Copeland, Thompson & Farris law firm.
and many other lawyers throughout the state worry that special interest groups might again use misinformation to try to unseat judges who don't share their ideologies.
"We went through a difficult time last year," Copeland
said, explaining that the bar was unprepared for such a campaign.
"But it's hard to get the message out," Copeland
said."The lack of receipt of that information by the general public has been disappointing.But I see this as an opportunity."He
said the bar is working to improve the surveys and might gather other types of information, such as surveying jurors who have appeared before the judges in question.
"I think people are hungry for qualitative information," Copeland
does not anticipate attacks on the three judges up for retention, but "the problem is, the barn door is open now."Douglas A. CopelandFounding member, president, Copeland, Thompson & Farris; serving one-year term as Missouri Bar president