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Paul W. Lore

Senior Counsel

(314) 961-6686
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St. Louis
75 W. Lockwood Ave.
Suite 222
Webster Groves, MO 63119


Chicago
One North Franklin
Suite 800
Chicago, IL 60606


Education

J.D., University of Missouri, 1981

  • American Jurisprudence Award
  • Dean’s List

B.S., cum laude, Business Administration, Southeast Missouri State University, 1977

Paul Lore is a senior counsel in Gordon & Rees's Environmental and Toxic Tort practice groups working out of St. Louis and Chicago. Mr. Lore's practice concentrates in the areas of asbestos and product liability defense. He has represented nearly 50 different corporate defendants in asbestos litigation over the past ten years.

Mr Lore also pracices in the area of employment law, representing clients in age, sex and ADA discrimination cases.

Admissions

Illinois
Missouri
United States District Court, Western District of Missouri

Community Involvement

City Councilman, Richmond Heights, Missouri
Member, Forest Park Forever (St. Louis); Ozark Wilderness Land Trust

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Contact

(314) 961-6686

plore@gordonrees.com


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St. Louis

Chicago

Education

J.D., University of Missouri, 1981

  • American Jurisprudence Award
  • Dean’s List

B.S., cum laude, Business Administration, Southeast Missouri State University, 1977

Paul W. Lore

Senior Counsel

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Biography

Paul Lore is a senior counsel in Gordon & Rees's Environmental and Toxic Tort practice groups working out of St. Louis and Chicago. Mr. Lore's practice concentrates in the areas of asbestos and product liability defense. He has represented nearly 50 different corporate defendants in asbestos litigation over the past ten years.

Mr Lore also pracices in the area of employment law, representing clients in age, sex and ADA discrimination cases.

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Admissions

Illinois
Missouri
United States District Court, Western District of Missouri

Community Involvement

City Councilman, Richmond Heights, Missouri
Member, Forest Park Forever (St. Louis); Ozark Wilderness Land Trust

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