Michael B. Sichter

Michael B. Sichter

(816) 274-9759




“WRRSV has the personnel and resources to take on some very big cases and go toe to toe with the biggest and best defense law firms in the country, while at the same time maintaining the feel, environment, and camaraderie of a smaller law firm.”


Michael Sichter found his place in the world by visiting places around it.


Traveling to other countries that do not enjoy a legal system like ours strengthened his resolve to pursue justice and do his part to right wrongs here at home.


Since he’s become a lawyer and joined the legal team at Walters Renwick Richards Skeens & Vaughan, P.C., Michael has represented individuals and businesses in class action cases, business litigation, and tort claims. He feels strongly that everyone deserves competent representation when they’ve been wronged, whether they are consumers harmed by defective products or wronged by illegal business practices or large businesses involved in complex contract disputes.


Michael knows that our legal system is imperfect and that the law is a complex and alien world to most people. He takes great pride in solving seemingly insurmountable problems and helping our clients navigate what can be a bewildering and overwhelming process.



Significant Representations

Assisted on a number of our second mortgage class actions, including In re Community Bank of Northern Virginia, Gilmor v. Preferred Credit Corporation, Thomas v. U.S. Bank N.A., N.D, and Washington v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.

Practice Areas

Class Action

Consumer Protection

Business Litigation

Insurance Coverage Disputes

Personal Injury

Tort Claims

Work Experience

Intern, Environmental Protection Agency, Region 7
Law Clerk, Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman
Intern, Honorable Sarah W. Hays, Magistrate Judge Western District of Missouri
Intern, Whatcom Opportunities Regional Center, Shanghai, China



J.D., summa cum laude, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law, 2011

  • UMKC Law Review

The Urban Lawyer

B.A., University of Kansas, 2002



Pumping Up America:  Using the EB-5 Visa To Inject Entrepreneurial Steroids into a Struggling U.S. Economy, 75 UMKC Law Review (2011).

Case Note:  Winn v. Ariz. Christian Sch. Tuition Org., The Urban Lawyer 40, no. 1 (Winter 2010).



Missouri Bar Association

Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association

American Bar Association

Bar Admissions



U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri

U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas

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