Armstrong Teasdale has announced the addition of associate Travis Li to its Kansas City office. Li is a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group.
Geetha Sant will be co-director of Washington University School of Law’s Intellectual Property & Nonprofit Organizations Law Clinic and lecturer in law starting July 1.
Frankel, Rubin, Bond, Dubin, Siegel & Klein has announced that Michael Payne, Elaine Pudlowski and Julie Siegel have been admitted as partners in the Clayton law firm. Greg Kessler has been named as of counsel to the firm.
Kansas City attorney Todd Graves has been appointed as special counsel for a Missouri House committee investigating an alleged privacy breach involving concealed weapons permits
Three partners from the dissolving St. Louis firm The Stolar Partnership — Dale Hermeling, Greg Herkert and Susan Nell Rowe — have found new law firm homes.
Gov. Jay Nixon has named J. Michael Brown to serve as the new prosecuting attorney for Hickory County.
A Jefferson City attorney is alleged to be at the center of a scheme to keep a Ukrainian man in the country through a sham marriage — like the one the lawyer is said to have previously set up to keep his Ukrainian girlfriend in the country.
The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis celebrated Law Day on Wednesday by honoring area lawyers for their work on behalf of the community and by installing its new officers.
Polsinelli has hired commercial litigation Kansas City attorney Dan E. Cranshaw as a shareholder and member of its national team of litigators.
Jenkins & Kling announced that real estate attorney Dale Hermeling has joined the Clayton firm.
Another former partner from dissolving firm The Stolar Partnership has found a new law firm home.