Fox & Vuylsteke in the Media: Read the latest news and publications about Fox & Vuylsteke, LLC
April 2018: Ken Vuylsteke featured in the Spring issue of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorney’s magazine. Read MATA Article Here
August 2015: Ken Vuylsteke featured in Missouri Lawyers Weekly. $317,000 Verdict: Jury mostly sides with woman after fall from doctor’s treadmill
May 2015: Fox & Vuylsteke in the news...“Man enters local hospital able to walk, leaves paralyzed; files lawsuit”
March 2015: Ken Vuylsteke, President of MATA, in Jefferson City for MATA Women’s Caucus Lobby Day. Advocate 3-13-15
September 2014: Ken Vuylsteke, President of the Missouri Association of Trail Attorneys, and partner at Fox and Vuylsteke, LLC was recently quoted in the Missouri Lawyers Weekly article “Following recent ruling on damage caps, there’s no going back” by Scott Lauck. Read here.
July 2014: Ken Vuylsteke elected President of Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA).
May 2014: Ken Vuylsteke, President Elect of MATA, lobbying for the rights of consumers and personal injury victims at the Missouri State Capital during the last week of session 2014.
Friday, February 21, 2014: Ken Vuylsteke, President-Elect of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA) was featured in the following article, “Member Assist Proving Helpful in the Capitol”, THE MATA ADVOCATE.
January 31, 2014: Ken Vuylsteke, Fox and Vuylsteke, LLP, represents the young man in the news story above. He also has written a blog about this pending case: “Life Unworthy of Life.”
Fall 2013: Ken Vuylsteke was highlighted in the article “A Great Scholar and Friend” featured in the Washington University Law Magazine.
“Before starting law school, I worked for the U.S. Attorney in Washington, D.C., as an investigator. I thought I knew a lot about criminal law, but I found out I knew nothing until I took Criminal Law from Kathleen Brickey. Her brilliance as an educator was only matched by her kindness as a person.” -Kenneth Vuylsteke, JD ’80, Adjunct Professor and Senior Partner, Fox & Vuylsteke. Read the article here.
“Can you change a constitutional right without actually amending the constitution? Sponsors of a bill under consideration in a Missouri Senate committee are trying to find out.” Read More Here.
February 16, 2012: Second Woman Claims Clinic Gave Her “False Memories” of Satanic Rituals Castlewood Treatment Center accused of “malpractice” by Kevin Killeen at CBS St. Louis.
“Meanwhile, attorney Vuylsteke claims a dozen other former Castlewood patients have told him similar allegations, but most fall outside the two-year statute of limitations that allow for a suit to be filed. He claims former patients and employees are willing to step forward under oath and confirm these allegations.”
December 12, 2011: “Lawsuit Alleges West County Therapist Brainwashed Patient” featured on NewsmagazineNetwork.com.
“Attorney Ken Vuylsteke, whose law office is in Webster Groves, represents Nasseff. He called the circumstances surrounding the lawsuit extremely unique. However, since he began working on the case, similar complaints from other women have come to light and at least one other lawsuit may yet be filed, Vuylsteke said.”
February 3, 2009: “Crowd Turns Out for Answers about Disqualifications” by Donna Walter.
“When Ken Vuylsteke offered to pay the cost of a free lunch for anyone who wanted to come talk about the St. Louis Circuit Court’s new motion practice procedure in civil cases, he figured about 20 people would show up. Instead, more than 140 lawyers filled the Jury Assembly Room in the Civil Courts Building.” Read More Here.