Constangy is pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Seten as office managing partner in Kansas City, MO. Seten’s appointment began July 1.

"We are thrilled to have Kim step into this role,” said Neil Wasser, chair of Constangy’s executive committee. “Her leadership and commitment to excellence will undoubtedly drive our continued success in the region."

"I am honored to take on the role of office managing partner and excited to lead our Kansas City team,” said Seten. “I look forward to furthering our firm's initiatives in Kansas City and continuing to promote the exceptional client service Constangy is known for."

In addition to her role as office managing partner, Seten is also a member of Constangy’s executive committee. Outside of her firm leadership roles, with over two decades of specialized expertise in labor and employment law, Seten is dedicated to empowering employers to proactively manage workplace dynamics. Her extensive experience includes crafting workplace policies, designing robust investigation procedures, and developing impactful training materials. Seten regularly conducts engaging training sessions for management and staff, and provides strategic advice on handling challenging employee situations.

When disputes escalate to litigation, Seten represents clients before federal and state agencies, as well as in the federal and state courts of Missouri and Kansas. She also is adept at guiding employers through complex union matters, including representation campaigns, unfair labor practice charges, arbitrations, and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.

Seten has been recognized in numerous publications for her outstanding work, including Chambers USA (2022-2024) and The Best Lawyers in America® for Employment Law – Management and Litigation - Labor and Employment (2019-2024). Additionally, in 2023 Seten was recognized as "Lawyer of the Year" for Employment Law - Management in The Best Lawyers in America® for Kansas City and a “Client Service All-Star” by BTI Consulting Group.

Seten received her law degree from the University of Miami and her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois.


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