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Gregory P. Goheen

Gregory Goheen's practice primarily consists of complex civil litigation at both the appellate and trial levels in state and federal courts, including multi-district litigation. A recipient of the Wilson W. Herdon Memorial Award in Antitrust while in law school, Mr. Goheen represents clients in virtually all types of commercial and business litigation, including all areas of employment and real estate law. He is well-versed in the areas of education, civil rights, and constitutional law and serves as due process hearing officer for the Kansas Department of Education. Mr. Goheen has represented clients in class action litigation involving many diverse subjects, such as antitrust, asbestos product liability, civil rights, consumer protection, employment discrimination, environment, and wage and hour matters. He has experience in litigation concerning trade secrets, professional liability, directors' and officers' liability, business torts, housing discrimination and consumer fraud.

In addition to being a successful litigator, Mr. Goheen serves as outside general counsel for a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit business entities, governmental agencies and homes associations. As general counsel, he is involved in a wide array of contractual and transactional matters, as well as representing those entities before various administrative bodies, including taxing authorities. As a part of his practice, he writes and gives seminar presentations on education, employment, ethics, and real estate law, and he has taught as an adjunct instructor on employee benefits at Johnson County Community College.

A shareholder at MVP since 1998, Mr. Goheen is active in many professional and community organizations. He has formerly served as the President of the KCMBA’s Federal Advocates Section and as Vice-President of KASA. He has also been a member of the KBA’s Board of Governors and a member of the KBF’s Board of Trustees. Mr. Goheen participated in the KBA Bar Leadership Summit. He is a graduate of Class VIII of Leadership 2000 sponsored by the Kansas City, Kansas Chamber of Commerce, and has been honored as a member of the KCK Public Schools’ Reasons to Believe Alumni Honor Roll, Ingram’s Magazine’s 40 Under Forty and The Best Lawyers in America® in the practice area of Education Law. Mr. Goheen currently serves on the United Way of Greater Kansas City’s Community Investment Review Team and has served as a tutor for economically disadvantaged students through the Kauffman Foundation’s Project Choice, as a mentor through the Overcoming Diversity Mentor Program sponsored by the City of Kansas City, Kansas African American History Steering Committee and as a Board member for the KCK YMCA.