Thursday, January 11, 2018

Ashley Madison customers revealed; Jake Reinbold, of Missouri's Turner Reid Law, appears at cheaters' site, even though he's married to a shareholder in his firm


Jake and Bethany Reinbold, with their children
(From facebook.com)
A Springfield, MO, lawyer who is married to a shareholder in his firm -- and they have two young children -- appears as a paying customer at the Ashley Madison extramarital-affairs Web site, according to publicly available documents.

George W. (Jake) Reinbold IV is one of eight shareholders at the Turner Reid Duncan Loomer and Patton law firm. Another shareholder at the firm is Reinbold's wife, Bethany Parsons Reinbold.

Information at Ms. Reinbold's Facebook page indicates the couple has been married for five-plus years, with a son and a daughter -- both under age 6. From a September 2016 post on the Facebook page:

Happy 5 years Jake Reinbold!! With Henry in 2012, Hannah in 2014, and a new home in 2015 . . . we've been busy! There's no one I would rather have by my side than you!!

Public records show the Reinbold's relatively new home has an appraised value of $368,800, which means its market value probably tops $400,000.

Jake Reinbold earned both his undergraduate and law degrees at the University of Missouri. His practice focuses on insurance defense and coverage disputes, product liability defense, legal malpractice defense and general civil and appellate practice.

Bethany Reinbold completed her undergraduate work at Southern Methodist University and her J.D. at New England School of Law. Her practice focuses on medical malpractice, products liability, insurance defense and general civil trial practice.

We sought comment from Jake Reinbold for this post, but he has not responded to our queries.


Previously:

Article with links to 1-40 in Ashley Madison series

(41) David Armistead, director of enterprise sales, TekLinks, Birmingham (10/19/17)

(42) William House, VP and controller, HealthSouth, Birmingham (10/26/17)

(43) Olin B. Barnes III, VP, One Resource Group, Birmingham (11/1/17)

(44) T.J. Bunn Jr., ST Bunn Construction, Tuscaloosa (11/2/17)

(45) Todd Deffenbaugh, VP and controller, Express Oil Change, Birmingham (11/6/17)

(46) Richard D. Crites, lawyer and reserve deputy, Springfield, MO (11/13/17)

(47) Mark C. Trudeau, CEO, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, St. Louis, MO (11/15/17)

(48) Peter Blasi, lawyer, Evans Blasi, St. Louis, MO (11/16/17)

(49) Todd Wiesehan, director of resource management, Christian Co., MO (11/22/17)

(50) Spencer Desai, lawyer, Carmody MacDonald, St. Louis, MO (11/27/17)

(51) Johnny Aycock, administrator, University of West Alabama (12/19/17)

(52) Chris McIntyre, district judge, County County, AL (1/3/18)

(53) William W. Smith, lawyer, Smith and Alspaugh, Birmingham (1/10/18)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trying to cheat on your wife, when she's a shareholder in your firm? Not smart.

Anonymous said...

C'mon, LS, everybody knows these cheating stories don't matter . . . oh wait, the Greitens story.

Never mind.

Anonymous said...

C'mon, LS, everybody knows these cheating stories don't matter . . . oh wait, the Bentley story.

Never mind.

Anonymous said...

Looks like both Reinbolds specialize in helping insurance companies screw over their policy holders. That must be a very rewarding career.

Anonymous said...

@12:21 --

I noticed that, too. Not shedding any tears here.

Anonymous said...

@12:21 --
It probably is a rewarding career, if you are talking only about money. Insurance companies pay well for those who help them avoid paying claims.

Anonymous said...

Hey, old Jake, also does legal malpractice defense. So, if your lawyer screws you over, he's the go-to guy to make sure you get screwed again.

Golly, what a prince.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Jake and Ashley Madison are a match made in heaven.