250 NE Tudor Road
Lee’s Summit, Missouri 64086 816.525.7881816.525.7881

308 E. High Street, Suite 108
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 660.672.4597660.672.4597

Lauber Municipal Law, LLC

Serving those who serve the public

Charles L. Merriweather

Associate Attorney

Firm Number: 816-525-7881
Email: cmerriweather@laubermunicipal.com

General Overview

Charley Merriweather joined Lauber Municipal Law, LLC in 2019 and primarily practices in the areas of general municipal law, prosecution, and litigation. Charley is a 2017 graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and a 2013 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University where he obtained a BBA in Management. Prior to joining the Lauber Municipal Law team Charley spent a year working with the Division of Research for the Missouri Senate where he drafted legislation pertaining to public safety and local governments. Before working for the Missouri Senate Charley worked for the Missouri Department of Revenue litigating sales and use tax cases before the Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission. Originally from Austin, Texas Charley currently resides in Midtown Kansas City.

Education

University of Missouri-Kansas City, J.D., 2017

Stephen F. Austin State University, Bachelors of Business Administration- Management, 2013

Bar Admissions

Missouri, 2017

Relevant Legal Experience

  • Serves as Assistant City Attorney for Adrian, Odessa, Raytown, Grain Valley, and Archie, Missouri
  • Serves as Assistant Prosecutor for Grain Valley, Odessa, and Knob Noster, Missouri
  • Experienced in litigating sales and use tax matters
  • Works in the area of medical marijuana regulations for local government entities
  • Has worked with various members of the Missouri General Assembly to draft legislation relating to critical local government issues.

Professional Affiliations

International Municipal Lawyer’s Association

Mid-Missouri Bar Association
Young Lawyers Section

Lectures/Speeches/Articles/Publications

Washington University School of Law State and Local Tax Symposium, panelist examining the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision by the United States Supreme Court, November 2018

 

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