December 30, 2020
Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce that of counsel attorneys Kent M. Bevan, George P. Coughlin and Don R. Lolli will be retiring, effective December 31, 2020. While each will be greatly missed, the firm congratulates the attorneys on reaching such a significant milestone.
“We will miss Kent, George and Don very much. Each has made such a lasting impression upon our firm, but we wish them the best as they start this next chapter of their lives,” Managing Director Amanda Pennington Ketchum said. “I know they are each looking forward to more time with family, especially all of the grandkids.”
Learn more about each of the firm’s retirees below.
Bevan, who served as the firm’s managing director from 2001-2002, joined the firm in 1988. He focused his practice in the fields of insurance law and litigation, as well as transportation and logistics, and dedicated himself to creating successful results for clients, handling complex insurance matters, coverage analysis, liability claims and property damage cases. Bevan received both his legal and undergraduate (political science) degrees from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Learn more about Kent’s upcoming retirement in his Retirement Spotlight.
Coughlin, who first joined the firm as a partner in 2000 and moved into his current role in 2016, focused on areas of product liability, casualty insurance defense and commercial litigation in his career. He is an experienced defense attorney who defends large and medium-sized corporations, particularly the manufacturers of cranes, construction and lifting equipment, pollution-control and industrial equipment; and commercial cabinetry, to ensure the future of their business. Coughlin earned his legal degree from Georgetown Law and his undergraduate degree at University of Notre Dame. Learn more about George’s upcoming retirement in his Retirement Spotlight.
Lolli, who joined the firm in 2003, has spent the past 45 years diligently working to identify clients’ legal issues and ensure they are resolved. He has always had a desire to find resolutions for clients in commercial, business and personal disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or litigation. Lolli received both his legal and undergraduate (economics) degrees from the University of Missouri. Learn more about Don’s upcoming retirement in his Retirement Spotlight.