Awards & Recognition
July 22, 2013

Polsinelli congratulates three of our attorneys selected by Missouri Lawyers Weekly as "Up and Coming" Lawyers for 2013. The three Polsinelli attorneys chosen include Anthony Bonuchi, Joshua McCaig and Johnny Wang.

The Up & Coming Lawyers were selected by the newspaper’s editors based on their academic and career accomplishments, their ability to overcome obstacles in their lives and careers, their community involvement, and their potential to make a difference in the profession, the legal system or the community.

On Sept. 9, Missouri Lawyers Weekly will publish its annual Up & Coming Lawyers special section. They along with 48 lawyers under 40 years old or within the first 10 years of their careers will be honored at the 2013 Up & Coming awards on Sept. 13.

About the Attorneys

Tony Bonuchi has broad experience in appellate practice and commercial litigation. Mr. Bonuchi has represented clients in antitrust cases, class actions, cases involving government entities, contract disputes, civil rights, intellectual property, administrative law, products liability and personal injury defense. Those clients come from a wide range of industries, including non-profit organizations, utilities, government, banking and financial services, health care, technology, transportation, telecommunications, sports licensing and amateur athletics.

Joshua McCaig is an experienced litigator who specializes in the defense of complex health care and intellectual property disputes. With his background in science, Mr. McCaig is able to quickly grasp key scientific or medical issues, whether they are related to the defense of a hospital in a negligence claim or defending a company against allegations of patent infringement.

Johnny Wang focuses his practice on advising and defending privately held and public corporations in a variety of employment matters, including wage/hour class action overtime lawsuits and discrimination complaints before the EEOC and the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, as well as non-compete lawsuits. He also regularly counsels employers on general employment and human resources matters.