Armstrong Teasdale Elects Three New Partners
Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States and in China, proudly announces the addition of M. Courtney Jackson, Scott T. Jansen and Michael H. Longmeyer, to its partnership effective Jan. 1, 2017.
“Our newly elected partners have shown tremendous dedication to the firm and their hard work is certainly noticed,” said John Beulick, managing partner. “Our people are critical to our mission of delivering excellent client service and we’re very proud to have these three talented attorneys at Armstrong Teasdale. I look forward to witnessing their continued growth in their respective practice areas.”
Jansen is a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group and focuses his practice on medical malpractice defense. He also handles insurance coverage matters, claims for products liability, business disputes and complex tort matters. A former police officer, Jansen often represents members of the law enforcement community. He works in the firm’s Jefferson City and St. Louis offices, and is admitted to practice in Missouri and before the U.S. District Court, Western and Eastern Districts of Missouri. Jansen received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Missouri School of Law and B.A. from Rollins College. He also graduated from the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy in 1995.
Longmeyer, a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group, prepares and prosecutes U.S., foreign, and international patent applications; prepares non-infringement and invalidity opinions; and performs patentability, due diligence and patent landscape analyses. He is comfortable in a variety of technical fields after spending 10 years designing and testing a variety of electromechanical, control and data display systems to support spaceflight at NASA. He has litigated complex intellectual property matters in federal, state and appellate courts throughout the United States. Longmeyer, who works in the firm’s St. Louis office, received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Ave Maria School of Law. He received an M.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering and B.S. from Purdue University.