16 March 2017
St Louis
Reporter: Barney Dixon

Stinson Leonard Street hires patent partner


Stinson Leonard Street has added David Kim as partner to its St Louis office.

Kim previously worked at Barta Jones & Foley where he was the founding partner.

At Stinson Leonard Street, Kim will help clients identify, secure and protect their intellectual property rights. He covers patents in a broad range of industries including telecommunications, healthcare and aerospace.

Steve Cosentino, chair of the firm's IP and technology division, said: “David Kim immediately adds to our core strength in patent prosecution with his strong background and extensive experience with patents.”

“David Kim’s clients are doing exciting, cutting edge work. They rely on him to design robust strategies that protect their investment and help them grow their businesses. He will be an excellent addition to our team.”

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