Robert J. Krehbiel
Bob Krehbiel is a litigator and has been so for nearly thirty years. Bob's practice includes all facets of litigation, from the pleading stage through trial and appeal. Bob represents employers and municipal entities, typically in cases involving civil rights and employment discrimination claims. Bob has handled numerous cases in both federal and state court, as well as before government agencies. Bob is "A/V" rated, which is the highest rating an attorney can achieve.
Bob is an experienced public speaker, having presented numerous seminars on workplace harassment and employment discrimination to various private employers, as well as seminars on municipal liability for civil rights claims to the Municipal Law Subcommittee of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. Bob has also co-authored a supplement on Governmental Tort Liability for the Missouri Local Government Law Series. He has been recognized by Legal Services of Eastern Missouri for his years of service to the Volunteer Lawyers’ Program.
Following college and before attending law school, Bob served two years with the United States Peace Corps in India. Bob then worked at the Military Personnel Records Center in St Louis for over three and a half years.
Primary Practice Areas:
Employment Law; Civil Rights Defense; Municipal Law
United States Supreme Court; United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit; United States District Court, Eastern & Western District of Missouri; Supreme Court of Missouri
Education and Academic Honors:
Juris Doctorate, Washington University,1980, Order of the Coif, Staff, Urban Law Annual; Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude with honors in English and Theology, Knox College, 1971, Phi Beta Kappa
The Missouri Bar; Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis