University of Missouri Columbia School of Law, Columbia, Missouri, 2002
Law Journal: Journal of Dispute Resolution
University of Missouri – Columbia, Columbia, Missouri, 1999 B.S. , Major: Finance and Banking
Boone County Bar Association – Member
“AV Preeminent” rating from Martindale-Hubbell
Hinshaw v. M-C-M Properties, LLC, 450 S.W.3d 823 (Mo. App. W.D. 2014)
BURG v. DAMPIER, 346 S.W.3d 343 (Mo.App.W.D. 2011)
Read the Find Print – Alabama Supreme Court Rules that Binding Arbitration Provisions in Written Warranties are Okay, Journal of Dispute Resolution, J. Disp. Resol., 165, 2001
Be Careful What You Say in Mediation – Indiana Supreme Court Rules That Oral Settlement Agreements Reached in Mediation Must Be in Writing to Be Enforceable, Journal of Dispute Resolution, J. Disp. Resol., 375, 2001
Garrett enjoys spending time at Mizzou Tiger games with his wife, Trisha, and their children, Dylan, Davis, and Olivia. Garrett also enjoys humiliating himself on the golf course and enjoying the outdoors in general.
Garrett S. Taylor primarily practices in the areas of civil litigation, business litigation, business organization, health care law, estate planning, and general corporate representation.
Garrett represents clients located throughout Mid-Missouri including business owners, entrepreneurs, startup companies, real estate developers, financial institutions, commercial property owners and physician practices, among others.
Garrett has significant experience in assisting clients with general corporate matters, including corporate formation and maintenance, employment contracts, non-competition agreements, and shareholder agreements. Garrett also devotes much of his practice to litigation, including business disputes, real estate disputes, and other areas of civil litigation. In the course of Garrett’s practice, he has argued cases in front of arbitrators, mediators,Circuit Court and Associate Court judges, juries, and the Court of Appeals.