GEORGE D. BLACKWOOD, JR.
President, North American Corridor Coalition (“NASCO”). Recipient, The Missouri Bar Pro Bono Award, 1988. Associate Editor, Kansas Law Review, 1965. Past-President of Legal Aid of Western Missouri, 1986-1988. Member, Board of Trustees, 1976-1990. Sixth District Councilman-at-Large, Kansas City, Missouri, 1991-1999. Mayor Pro Tem and Vice-Chairman, Finance Committee of the Kansas City, Missouri Council, 1995-1999. Member: Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas, 1985-1991; Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City, 1987-1999. Board of Directors, Kansas City Regional Council for Higher Education, 1991-1994; Board of Directors, 1997-1999, National League of Cities, Chairman, Board of Directors, Kansas City, Missouri Port Authority, 1988-1990. Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Convention and Visitors Bureau of Kansas City, 1995-1999.
D. PAUL TYSON, JR.
Phi Delta Phi. Certified Public Accountant, Oklahoma, 1971, Missouri, 1987.
BERNARD F. WEINAND
Bernard Weinand has primary responsibility for the litigation and real estate practices at Blackwood, Langworthy & Tyson, L.C. He has more than 35 years of experience representing clients in state and federal courts in Missouri and Kansas. He handles cases in all phases of litigation including trials, appeals, arbitration, and mediation.
Mr. Weinand received his B.S. degree in Business Administration from the University of Kansas School of Business and his law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law. His practice areas include civil litigation, real estate litigation, real estate foreclosure, business and banking litigation, probate and trust litigation, appeals, and real estate and business transactions.
Mr. Weinand has been awarded the highest peer review rating for legal ability and ethics (AV) by the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory. He is currently a member of the Kansas Bar Association, the Missouri Bar, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Johnson County Bar Association.
Robert B. Langworthy
1918 - 2011