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STINSON LEONARD STREET LLP
ELECTS 12 NEW PARTNERS
Stinson Leonard Street LLP proudly announces the election of 12 new partners, effective Jan. 1, 2018. The group of attorneys is spread out among six of the law firm’s 13 locations and strengthens a diverse cross section of key practice groups.
The new partners are:

Jennifer Cooke-Yin (Omaha) is a member of the firm’s Corporate Finance practice. She represents clients, which include publicly- and privately-held companies, private equity funds and financial institutions in transactional matters including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments and project financings. While Cooke-Yin has closed transactions across a number of sectors, she has particular experience representing clients in the energy and technology industries. Cooke-Yin earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School.
Jennifer Moyer (Kansas City) represents publicly-traded and privately-held companies in mergers and acquisitions, divestures, joint ventures, corporate governance and general corporate matters.
Karl Phares (Kansas City) represents institutional real estate investors, including real estate investment trusts, private equity investors and developers, in complex regional and national commercial real estate acquisition, disposition, leasing and financing transactions.
Jessica Barry (Mankato) provides advice to management and in-house counsel of privately held businesses, and also serves as counsel to sellers and purchasers of privately held businesses in taxable and nontaxable transactions.
Amy Conway (Minneapolis) advises businesses of all sizes on employment law issues, including issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Minnesota Human Rights Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, affirmative action programs, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs audits and related state-level audits, employee handbooks, employment contracts, separation agreements and noncompetition agreements.
Katie Devlaminck (Minneapolis) focuses her practice on complex business and commercial litigation, with particular emphasis in the area of consumer class action defense and products liability litigation.
Christine Eid (Minneapolis) works with developers and investors to negotiate, structure and document the acquisition, sale and development of real estate, which includes negotiating joint venture agreements and construction contracts.
Laurie Glapa (Minneapolis) is an intellectual property attorney with a focus on soft ware and technology transfers and licensing issues. She has a diverse practice that includes overseeing IP due diligence, advising on deal structure and purchase agreement language and preparing license notices for major product releases.
Calvin Hoffman (Minneapolis) is a business and commercial litigator, with an emphasis on consumer financial services litigation and real estate litigation. He assists his banking and financial services clients in resolving a wide range of issues, including the defense of both individual and class action claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

STINSON LEONARD STREET LLP
ELECTS 12 NEW PARTNERS
Stinson Leonard Street LLP proudly announces the election of 12 new partners, effective Jan. 1, 2018. The group of attorneys is spread out among six of the law firm’s 13 locations and strengthens a diverse cross section of key practice groups.
The new partners are:
Jennifer Cooke-Yin (Omaha) is a member of the firm’s Corporate Finance practice. She represents clients, which include publicly- and privately-held companies, private equity funds and financial institutions in traansactional matters including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments and project financings. While Cooke-Yin has closed transactions across a number of sectors, she has particular experience representing clients in the energy and technology industries. Cooke-Yin earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School.
Jennifer Moyer (Kansas City) represents publicly-traded and privately-held companies in mergers and acquisitions, divestures, joint ventures, corporate governance and general corporate matters.
Karl Phares (Kansas City) represents institutional real estate investors, including real estate investment trusts, private equity investors and developers, in complex regional and national commercial real estate acquisition, disposition, leasing and financing transactions.
Jessica Barry (Mankato) provides advice to management and in-house counsel of privately held businesses, and also serves as counsel to sellers and purchasers of privately held businesses in taxable and nontaxable transactions.
Amy Conway (Minneapolis) advises businesses of all sizes on employment law issues, including issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Minnesota Human Rights Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, affirmative action programs, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs audits and related state-level audits, employee handbooks, employment contracts, separation agreements and noncompetition agreements.
Katie Devlaminck (Minneapolis) focuses her practice on complex business and commercial litigation, with particular emphasis in the area of consumer class action defense and products liability litigation.
Christine Eid (Minneapolis) works with developers and investors to negotiate, structure and document the acquisition, sale and development of real estate, which includes negotiating joint venture agreements and construction contracts.
Laurie Glapa (Minneapolis) is an intellectual property attorney with a focus on soft ware and technology transfers and licensing issues. She has a diverse practice that includes overseeing IP due diligence, advising on deal structure and purchase agreement language and preparing license notices for major product releases.
Calvin Hoffman (Minneapolis) is a business and commercial litigator, with an emphasis on consumer financial services litigation and real estate litigation. He assists his banking and financial services clients in resolving a wide range of issues, including the defense of both individual and class action claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

















 
 
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