Jeff Donoho began his legal career as a judicial law clerk for two different trial judges in Jackson County, Missouri. As a judicial law clerk, Jeff was exposed to a broad assortment of legal disputes and issues, ranging from minor property line disputes to multi-million dollar commercial and class action lawsuits. Following his clerkship, Jeff worked for another local law firm handling complex medical malpractice, legal malpractice, commercial litigation, and various insurance related lawsuits, as well as defending professional licensees in investigations conducted by state licensing boards. Jeff has litigation, administrative, and appellate experience handling these complex matters. Though a native of Southern California, Jeff now happily calls Kansas City and the Midwest his permanent home.
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Prior to joining Kennyhertz Perry, Jeff worked as an attorney for Horn Aylward & Bandy, a local Kansas City law firm focused on medical malpractice, legal malpractice, and commercial litigation lawsuits. At Horn Aylward & Bandy, Jeff focused his practice on medical malpractice lawsuits with an additional emphasis on handling professional licensee investigations by state licensing boards. Jeff also worked on complex class action and commercial litigation lawsuits. Jeff has practice experience with state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout Missouri and Kansas (and elsewhere). Prior to his time in private practice, Jeff served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Ann Mesle and the Hon. Sandra Midkiff of the 16th Circuit Court in Jackson County, Missouri.
Jeff earned his Bachelor of Journalism (B.J.) with an emphasis in Advertising from the University of Missouri in Columbia, graduating magna cum laude. Jeff also earned his law degree from the University of Missouri, where he was a member of the Dean’s List each and every semester during his three years at law school. Jeff is admitted to practice in Kansas and Missouri, as well as numerous federal jurisdictions.