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Armstrong keeps up IP growth

Steven Kazmierski's new office is a partitioned conference room. The temporary space is a sign of the quick growth of Armstrong Teasdale's intellectual property practice, particularly in the chemical and life sciences group. Kazmierski, who has a Ph.D. in biological sciences in addition to his juris doctor, joined the firm in October from Thompson Coburn. He's the fifth attorney or technical adviser added to the subgroup in the last three months.

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Following the scripts

It pays to be observant. While walking around the Central West End last month, stylist Casey Ray peered into a trash bin behind the Chase Park Plaza and found scripts for "New Moon" and "Memoirs" - sequels to the vampire sensation "Twilight." (For those of you who don't have young teenagers at home, "Twilight" is a love story between a teenage girl and a vampire, pictured.) Ray began shopping the scripts around to the national tabloids, when someone from one of the papers told her how the deal would work. That's when Ray thought it might be a good idea to get some legal advice.

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Up & Coming Lawyers: David Barnard, 37

* Lathrop & Gage, member * University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill * Intellectual Property David Barnard dedicates his practice to making sure clients’ intellectual property stays in their hands, where it belongs. He focuses about 40 percent of ...

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Hot or not?

2009 is expected to be a tough year for law firms. The economic turbulence brought on by the credit crisis caused corporations to tighten their belts, leading to less work for lawyers in such traditional corporate areas as mergers & ...

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