Pupillo Selected as 2021 “Best Attorney” in St. Louis
Traci Dale Pupillo, Capes Sokol shareholder and chair of the Employment practice group, was recognized as a 2021 “Best Attorney” by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. The publication accepts nominations and surveys its readers for the best legal services providers in St. Louis.
To read the full list of attorneys receiving this acknowledgment, please check out the August 2021 St. Louis Small Business Monthly issue.
In 2015, St. Louis Small Business Monthly, recognized Traci as one of the “Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know.” She has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® for the area of Labor and Employment Litigation and has been listed on the Super Lawyers® Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers List since 2016.
About Traci Dale Pupillo
Traci Dale Pupillo is an experienced trial lawyer representing clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on real estate, land use and employment cases. She represents clients across a broad spectrum of real estate disputes and issues, assisting them with zoning, permitting, land use and condemnation proceedings, as well as hotly contested public and private development projects. In addition, Traci provides advice and counseling to employers on various issues and represents employers in federal, state and administrative actions.
For additional information about Traci, please visit her profile.
About St. Louis Small Business Monthly
St. Louis Small Business Monthly, established in 1988, is a locally owned magazine focused on presidents, owners, CEOs, CFOs, and other top decision-makers from closely held businesses in the St. Louis region. Readership includes established companies of all sizes, many of which have been owned by the same family for multiple generations.
These lists form a part of SBM’s annual Business Owners’ Guide–Book of “Best” Lists, which features the firms and companies offering the best services in the St. Louis area.
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