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1980s
 



FEATURED BRIEFS
Steven N. Cousins L’80 was recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of the St. Louis area’s “Influentials” This marks Cousins’s second time receiving the award, which is given to those business and civic leaders who serve as agents of change in the St. Louis region. Cousins was also recognized as “Most Influential Minority Business Leader”. Cousins is a member of Armstrong Teasdale LLP’s executive committee, as well as founder and practice group leader of that firm’s financial restructuring, reorganization and bankruptcy practice. He serves on the boards of the St. Louis Children’s Hospital, the St. Louis Art Museum, and The Private Bank, and is also co-chair of the St. Louis Public Schools Foundation.

A. Richard Feldman L’80, a named shareholder of Bazelon Less and Feldman, PC, was recently elected a vice president of CADE — Helping Children Make Smart Decisions, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization. For 25 years, Feldman has focused his practice on complex financial institution litigation, class action defense, and litigating disputes involving companies in the insurance and financial service industries.

Larry P. Laubach L’80 was named chair of the Corporate Law Practice Group at Cozen O’Connor. He focuses his practice on corporate and business transactions involving publicly and privately held corporations, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financing, and technology licensing.
 
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