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  • Greg Kloeppel-The Kloeppel Law Firm
    Updated On: Mar 28, 2019

    Greg Kloeppel has represented FOP Lodge 15 and its members since 1998. He has served as Chief Legal Counsel for Lodge 15 since 2004. Greg focuses his practice on the representation of Lodge 15 members in all areas of labor and employment-related matters including unlawful discharge actions, wrongful demotions and suspensions. He appears in federal and state courts and before federal, state and local agencies.

    Greg’s practice also includes counseling police officers on employment law and administrative law matters. Before becoming an attorney, Greg was a union electrician and member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local #1, a membership he proudly maintains. Greg’s background helps him to understand our member’s labor and employment-related situations.

    Professional Affiliations:

    • American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Division

    • Association of Trial Lawyers of America

    • Missouri Bar Association

    • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis

    • Fraternal Order of Police

    • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers


    • The Kloeppel Law Firm (2001-Present)

    • Law Offices of Rick Barry, P.C. (1996-2001)

    • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 1, Union Electrician (1983-1996)

    Primary Practice Areas:

    • Police Officers’ Rights

    • Labor and Employment Law

    • Administrative Law

    Licensure and Courts:

    • Missouri, 1998

    U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri

    • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit

    Education and Academic Honors:

    • St. Louis University School of Law (J.D., 1998)

      • Editor, St. Louis University Law Journal

      • Dean’s Scholar, School of Law Scholarship Recipient

      • Certificate in Employment Law

      • Employment Law Association, (President, 1997-98)

      • William C. Weffel Center for Employment Law, Leo C. Brown, S.J. Award (1997 and 1998)

    • University of Missouri, St. Louis (B.G.S., magna cum laude, 1994)

      • Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society


    Author, Casenote: "Salt Anyone? The United States Supreme Court Holds that Paid Union Organizers Qualify as Employees under the NLRA in NLRB v. Town & Country Electric, Inc.,” 42 St. Louis University Law Journal 243 (1998)

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