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MoveMakers & NewsMakers October 10, 2019

Summary

October 10, 2019 - See who is making news and moving where in the weekly Missouri Bar update "MoveMakers & NewsMakers."

MoveMakers

October 10, 2019 - See who is making news and moving where in the weekly Missouri Bar update "MoveMakers & NewsMakers."

St. Louis Area

Ruth A. Binger, a principal with Danna McKitrick, P.C., has been named as a 2019 "Most Influential Business Woman" by the St. Louis Business Journal. Binger was selected for the impact she has made in the legal industry. The 25 honorees were chosen from almost 240 nominations with the assistance of previous honorees. 

A leader in the firm, Binger heads Danna McKitrick’s transactional group. This group includes mergers and acquisition transactions, tax, employment, cybersecurity, banking, intellectual property, real estate finance, international law, securities, business and commercial law, securities, and dispute resolution. She is also a marketing co-chair and recently served on the executive committee. Binger leads three mastermind/peer advisory groups of business owners and leaders across industries.

Binger is a frequent author and panel member on topics related to employment issues, cybersecurity, digital law, business advisory, and intellectual property.

Binger earned her J.D. at DePaul University School of Law and graduated with a B.S. from Northern Illinois University. She serves on the board for Associated Industries of Missouri.

Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that five associates have joined its St. Louis office: Nicholas Beulick, Khristopher Johnson-DeLoatch, Colleen Kinsey, Rashel Pack and Kathryn Redmond.

Beulick is an associate in the firm’s intellectual property practice group and focuses on patent law. With a background in electrical engineering, he guides clients through patent preparation and prosecution. Beulick has extensive experience reviewing patent applications and related technical documents, as well as conducting complex patent searches on behalf of clients. He also holds a certificate in dispute resolution.

Johnson-DeLoatch is a member of the firm’s litigation practice group. With prior experience as a summer associate at the firm and as a judicial intern for Judge Beth Phillips in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, he is skilled at conducting research and analysis on various legal issues, as well as drafting memoranda, summary judgment and other motions.

Kinsey is a member of the litigation practice group, where she handles disputes for clients of all sizes. She has experience researching and analyzing legal issues in employment law and medical malpractice, including issues in evidence, negligence and employee benefits. Experienced in pretrial matters, she is skilled at drafting motions for both state and federal courts as well as discovery and mediation.

Pack is an associate in the firm’s intellectual property practice group, where she focuses primarily on the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications related to chemical inventions. Her background in chemistry includes hands-on research and lab experience that significantly enhances her ability to serve clients and understand the intricacies of their products and innovations.

Redmond is an associate in the firm’s financial and real estate services practice group. She focuses on counseling clients through transactions involving development incentives and tax credits. Primarily serving municipalities and nonprofits, she regularly conducts research and reviews contracts and agreements related to the financing of various industrial and commercial projects. In her past role as a judicial law clerk, Redmond gained valuable experience assisting with arbitration proceedings, depositions, hearings, settlements, negotiations and mediations regarding civil litigation, compliance policies and regulatory issues.

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