Breanna Spackler assists clients across a wide range of industries in complex civil and business litigation, including breaches of contract, business torts, and intellectual property disputes. Breanna’s analytical skills and attention to detail, along with her experience clerking for a federal judge, serve her clients well in all stages of the litigation process, including pre-suit negotiation, the preparation of pleadings, conducting factual investigation and discovery, engaging in motion practice, and trying cases to verdict.
Breanna has a track record of success in litigating claims in state, federal, and appellate courts. She has successfully obtained dismissals, summary judgments, and jury verdicts on behalf of her clients, which she has defended on appeal.
Breanna strives to understand her clients’ businesses and interests such that she can effectively and zealously assist her clients in all facets of litigation.
- University of Missouri – Columbia School of Law, 2014 (J.D.), cum laude
- University of Missouri – Columbia, 2011 (B.A.), summa cum laude
- Missouri, 2014
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, 2019
- U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, 2019
- Obtained multi-million dollar award in confidential arbitration for defamation through anonymous internet posts. After a 10-day hearing, the arbitrator found in favor of clients on their claims for defamation and against defendant on all counterclaims. The arbitrator awarded the clients recovery of damages, attorney fees, and costs.
- Represented nationally-ranked building contractor in successfully obtaining summary judgment on a multimillion-dollar claim involving fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract, which was affirmed on appeal.
- Represented family-owned printing and fulfillment business in successfully obtaining summary judgment on copyright infringement claim and, after a 10-day jury trial, a full defense verdict in favor of the client on all remaining claims and counterclaims, including breach of contract, violation of the Missouri Computer Tampering Act, conspiracy, and tortious interference.
- Represented global appliance parts distributor in obtaining favorable settlement in a case brought by a former employee alleging wrongful termination and involving counterclaims for computer tampering and breach of contract.
- Honorable M. Douglas Harpool, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri
- Bar Leadership Academy, Graduate
- Missouri Public Defenders Program, Pro Bono Representation
- Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
- Best Lawyers in America, Ones to Watch, 2023-2024
- Order of the Coif
- Missouri Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Membership Committee, 2020
- Young Lawyers Section Board of Directors, 2017-2019
- “Equal Exposure” Brews Frustration for Employees: Court Filters Personal Comfort Doctrine Through Workers’ Compensation Amendments, 78 Mo.L.Rev. 573, 2013
- The USERRA Oxymoran: Termination as a Valid Reemployment Position, 78 MO.L.Rev. 1329, 2013