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MoveMakers & NewsMakers for Mar. 11, 2020


See who is making news and moving where in the weekly Missouri Bar update "MoveMakers & NewsMakers."

MoveMakers & NewsMakers

St. Louis | Kansas City

St. Louis

Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that Untress Quinn has joined the firm as partner. He is a seasoned trial lawyer, focusing on the defense of medical malpractice and other catastrophic loss lawsuits in both state and federal court. His defense of such high-stakes litigation matters in both Illinois and Missouri has included matters involving mental health/suicide, neurological, obstetrical, neonatal, pediatric, cardiothoracic, gastroenterological and other traumatic injuries and losses. Quinn leverages his experience as a registered nurse with experience in both direct patient care and health care administration to skillfully counsel his clients through difficult health care-related matters.

Kansas City

Donald P. Edinger of Gladstone has been appointed to the Missouri Family Trust Board of Trustees by Gov. Mike Parson.

Edinger is a retired senior executive and lawyer with over 30 years of wealth management experience. He most recently served as vice-president and regional director for Missouri, Kansas, and Indiana Personal Trust at BMO Harris Bank of Kansas City. Previously, he served as senior vice-president of the Trust Administration with Gold Trust Company.

Edinger serves on the Estate Planning and Probate Administration Committee of The Missouri Bar. He holds a Bachelor of Journalism and J.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He also holds a Master of Laws from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that Crystal L. Howard has joined the firm as partner, and Pamela J. Winter is a new associate.

Howard is a skilled tax lawyer in the firm’s corporate services practice group. She counsels clients on a wide range of federal income tax matters, including those related to business transactions. Howard regularly advises partnerships and corporations on tax matters in the context of entity formation, reorganization and dissolution. She also provides guidance on tax controversies at the federal, state and local levels, including before the IRS and state agencies.

Winter handles a variety of civil litigation matters for insurance companies and corporations of all sizes. Skillfully advocating for her clients in both state and federal court, she has counseled corporations, contractors and insurers in cases involving transportation, premises and retail liability, personal injury defense and construction defects. Winter has experience from case inception to trial, including conducting depositions, drafting motions and briefs, and conducting discovery and legal research.



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