Wildhaber case Settles for $10.25 million

On February 10, St. Louis County settled a discrimination lawsuit filed by an Oakville police sergeant.

Kip Robertson, Chip Robertson and Kelly Frickleton were brought on as an appellate counsel to help get the eventual settlement.

In a case that made national headlines, now – Lt. Keith Wildhaber said he was told to “tone down his gayness” and passed over for promotion 23 times because he’s gay.

After an October jury trial that focused on the words and actions of top police command staff, a county jury awarded Wildhaber $20 million.

To read more about this case, click this link.