Thompson Coburn is proud to announce that the firm has elected the following attorneys to partnership.
Matt Guletz practices in the firm's Business Litigation and Banking and Financial Services Litigation practice areas. He concentrates on the representation of banks and financial services clients and has obtained favorable results for clients in the defense of federal statutory claims and state law claims. He has also represented clients in class actions and complex business litigation matters in areas such as products liability, deceptive trade practices or consumer fraud, malpractice, and insurance defense. Matt earned his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where he served as associate editor of the law school’s Journal of Law and Policy.
Ryan Russell Kemper is a member of the Environmental practice group. His practice focuses on litigation, regulatory, and transactional matters arising under all major federal environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and their state-law counterparts. He also deals with issues regarding climate change and sustainability initiatives and has been a frequent speaker on environmental policy and politics. Before attending law school at Washington University, Ryan worked on legislation involving voluntary cleanup programs, energy regulation, and invasive species as a staff member of the Illinois State Senate’s Environment and Energy Committee.
Kevin McGinley is a litigation partner focusing in the areas of asbestos, toxic tort, personal injury, products liability, and railroad litigation. Kevin has defended lawsuits in numerous state and federal courts. His current focus is the defense of asbestos lawsuits across the Midwest, where he has obtained significantly beneficial litigation results for his clients, including no-pay dismissals and low settlements in some of the most plaintiff-friendly venues in the nation. Kevin obtained his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
As a partner in the Public Finance group, Ali Rafferty is experienced in various types of tax-exempt and taxable financings as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, issuer's counsel, disclosure counsel and bank counsel. She routinely represents underwriters and financial institutions in public debt offerings and private placement transactions, and municipal and school district borrowers in connection with ballot initiatives, general obligation bond issues, revenue bond issues and lease financings. Ali earned her law degree from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Jennifer Visintine practices in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Media Law practice groups and helps clients build and protect their brands and other valuable intellectual property. She regularly advises clients regarding trademark selection, registration and enforcement, domain name disputes, and copyright ownership, registration, fair use and infringement issues. Jennifer also drafts and effectively negotiates license and other agreements related to intellectual property, and helps clients conduct business online by counseling them on various Internet, licensing, e-commerce and privacy issues. She obtained her law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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