Armstrong Teasdale Elects New Partners, Equity Partners
Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that the equity partners of the firm have elected Paul Croker and Scott Galt to equity partner. In addition, Mark Thomas has been elected partner by the firm’s Executive Committee. All of the aforementioned changes are effective Jan. 1, 2019.
“These partners are skilled in a wide range of areas encompassing all four of the firm’s core practice groups,” said Michael Chivell, chairman at Armstrong Teasdale. “Their diverse experience lends to our ability to address complex client needs across practice areas and around the world. I’m proud to count this group of attorneys among the firm’s partners.”
Croker is a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group. He is a trusted legal adviser to clients facing class action and business litigation throughout the country, including enforcement and class actions brought by private parties, attorneys general and governmental agencies. His clients range from small family-owned businesses to national companies. Croker serves clients across various industries, including consumer and commercial finance, banking, construction, real estate and technology.
Galt handles corporate compliance issues and global transactions for foreign and domestic companies in a wide variety of industries and contexts. His knowledge of local legal requirements, including trade regulations and data privacy laws in many countries, helps organizations enhance their worldwide networks in a cost-efficient manner. Galt advises clients on licensing and regulatory needs related to doing business internationally, including in connection with import/export, economic sanctions regimes, anti-boycott laws and anti-bribery laws. He also helps clients navigate cross-border data flows in the wake of the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E). In addition, Galt’s litigation experience includes representing corporate and individual fiduciaries, personal representatives, and beneficiaries in a variety of trust and estate disputes.
Thomas is a registered U.S. patent attorney. He focuses his practice on the litigation of complex intellectual property matters pending in state, federal and appellate courts throughout the United States, as well as before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Within this area, he prosecutes and defends claims of patent infringement, copyright infringement, trademark infringement and trade secret misappropriation for private and public companies involving a wide array of technologies including the mechanical, software, electrical and chemical arts.