165 North Meramec Ave. 
Suite 310                    
Clayton, MO 63105
TEL: 314-725-1118
FAX: 314-725-1026

N. Gregory Beachem, Shareholder 

J.D. 1991, St. Louis University School of Law
B.A Political Science & History, 1985, Lynchburg College 

Admitted to Missouri and Illinois Bars in 1992. Member of the Missouri Bar Association, Illinois Bar Associate, Bar Association of  Metropolitan of St. Louis, American Bar Association, Conference of Freight Counsel and Transportation Lawyers Association. 

Transportation law (representing motor carriers, freight forwarders, brokers, ocean and rail carriers and logistics companies), commercial litigation, business disputes, contracts and business transactions, estate and probate law, insurance defense litigation, corporate law, employment law, collections and general civil litigation in Missouri and Illinois State and Federal courts. 

Twenty years of experience litigating, arbitrating and mediating cases in state and federal courts in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, Lincoln County and outlying counties in Missouri, and state and federal courts in St. Clair, Madison and outlying counties in Illinois. Four years experience at UniGroup, Inc., Managing Attorney for Litigation Unit handling claims for United Van Lines, LLC, Mayflower Transit, LLC, Vanliner Insurance Company and UniGroup Worldwide and traveled and taught seminars at regional agency events on a variety of topics including cargo and warehouse claims. Involved with litigating following cases: Realty Resource, Inc. v. Bernadette Business Forms, Inc., et al, Appeal No. 93031 (April 27, 2010); Summit Financial v. Big Dog v. Peerless-Premier v. Estes Express Lines, et al. (2009 Southern District, Illinois); Lauder v. Bekins Van Lines, Inc., (St. Louis City 2008); Savage v. Classic Movers (2004 St. Louis County); Taylor v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 22 F.Supp.2d 509 (W.D.N.C.1998); Delphax Systems, Inc. v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 54 F.Supp.2d 60 (D.C.Mass.1999); Fox v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 1998 WL 760269 (N.D.Tex.1998); Tayloe v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 16 F.Supp.2d (D.C.Az.1998); Carraway v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 36 F.Supp.2d 262 (E.AD.N.C.1998); Werner v. Lawrence Transportation Systems, 52 F.Supp.2d 567 (E.D.N.C.1998); Manchester Leasing Co. v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 60 F.Supp.2d 3 (E.D.N.C.1999); Reeves v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 1999 WL 1498891 (M.D.Ala.1999);Sperandeo v. Mayflower Transit, Inc., 99-35565 (D.Mont.1999). Authored following articles in legal publications: "Debtor-Creditor Remedies" CLE Volum, Missouri Bar Association; Conference of Freight Counnsel Agendas 1998-2000; "Carmack Presumption of Personal Injury Claims", Transportation Lawyers Association Journal (Dec. 2000); "Removal of Carmack Claims & the Well-Pleased Complaint Rule.", Transportation Lawyers Association Hournal (Apr. 2001); "Analyzing Cargo Theft Claims", CPPC Journal (May 2001).