David V. G. Brydon

David G. Brydon (1937-2012)

David V.G. Brydon (1937 – 2012), was one of the founders of Brydon, Swearengen & England, P.C. Born in Jefferson City, Mr. Brydon was a 1955 graduate of Jefferson City High School, where he served as class and student body president. He spent his undergraduate career at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. and the University


Dean L. Cooper

Dean L. Cooper

Dean Cooper has a general administrative and civil practice with emphasis on public utility law, estate planning, and probate administration. He has appeared extensively before the Missouri Public Service Commission on behalf of public utilities (electric, natural gas, water, and sewer). He has also appeared before both state and federal courts (trial and appellate level)


Jamie J. Cox

Jamie J. Cox

Jamie Cox has a general administrative law practice. She is a former Assistant Attorney General and routinely handles matters before the Administrative Hearing Commission and various professional licensing boards, including the State Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners, Board of Optometry, Missouri Dental Board and the Board of Nursing. She also represents agency clients in


Jesse W. Craig

Jesse W. Craig focuses his practice on the areas of Criminal Law and Civil Law, including Family Law, Estates and Trusts, and Business Law.  He holds a Criminal Law concentration certificate from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law. During law school, Jesse devoted time to representing indigent and under-served members of the community by


William R. England III

William R. England III

A former Assistant General Counsel for the Missouri Public Service Commission, William “Trip” England practices primarily in the area of public utility regulation including telecommunications law. Since 1991, Trip has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Communications Law and Energy Law. Trip is a former Vice Chairman of the Communications


Scott A. Hamblin

Scott A. Hamblin

For almost twenty years, Scott Hamblin has litigated cases in Circuit Courts and United States District Courts throughout Missouri. Scott regularly practices in the areas of family law, divorce, child custody, paternity, child custody modifications, State and Federal Criminal defense including drug trafficking, drug possession, firearm offenses, sexual crimes, money laundering, driving while intoxicated (DWI/DUI),


Mikinzi (Kinzi) C. Harvis

Raised with integrity in the Air Force community, Kinzi Harvis has traveled extensively throughout 13 different countries, living in Asia for over seven years, before deciding to call Missouri home. A graduate of Florida State University, she went on to earn her JD from the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia where she


Jennifer L. Hernandez

Jennifer L. Hernandez

Jennifer Hernandez has a general administrative and civil practice with an emphasis in the areas of public utility law and environmental law. Jennifer is a former Assistant Attorney General where she defended clients in complex litigation and served as counsel to the Missouri Air Conservation Commission, Safe Drinking Water Commission, and the Hazardous Waste Management


Brian T. McCartney

Brian T. McCartney

Brian McCartney has a general administrative and business practice with an emphasis in the area of corporate and telecommunications law.  Brian regularly represents rural broadband and telecommunications providers in administrative, corporate, and regulatory matters.  He is the author of the chapter on damages to personal property in the Missouri Bar’s Damages desk book.  Brian is also


Gregory C. Mitchell

Gregory C. Mitchell

Greg Mitchell is a former law clerk to a federal magistrate, Assistant Attorney General of Missouri, and Executive Director of the Missouri Motor Vehicle Commission, a state agency which was responsible for the licensure and regulation of Missouri’s motor vehicle sales industry.  He has a general administrative and regulatory practice with an emphasis in motor vehicle