James P. Bick, Jr.


Jim concentrates his practice in the representation of individuals and small and medium businesses. Jim began his career in 1985 with St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorneys’ Office where he tried numerous misdemeanor and felony jury trials. He has been in private practice since 1990. Jim now has 21 years experience in a wide variety of civil and corporate litigation in state and federal courts as well as corporate transactional work including contracts, employment matters, asset acquisitions and dispositions, entity formation and maintenance, succession planning and trusts and estates. Jim is a lifelong resident of St. Louis, is married since 1989 and has three children.

Practice Areas: Litigation (Plaintiff and defense), Corporate Law, Real Estate including practice before the State Tax Commission, Trusts, Estates and Probate, Estate Planning

Professional Associations: Missouri Bar Association (1990-Present), Illinois Sate Bar Association (1994-Present), Missouri Prosecuting Attorney Association (1985-1990), Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (1990-Present)

Bar Admissions: Missouri Supreme Court 1985, Illinois Supreme Court 1994, Eastern District of Missouri Federal Court 1992, Western District of Missouri 1993, Southern District of Illinois 1994, Eastern District of Tennessee 2008, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals 1999, U.S. Supreme Court 1994

Education: St. Mary’s University B.S 1981 (Cumlaude), St. Louis University J.D. 1984

Civic/Charitable Involvement: Old Newsboys Business Leader, Legatus – St. Louis Chapter President, Knight of Malta – American Association, Family Honor – Instructor