Litigator Samuel Blatnick Joins Stinson Leonard Street in Kansas City

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP is pleased to announce that litigator Samuel Blatnick has joined the firm as a partner in Kansas City.

Blatnick has extensive first chair experience representing clients in state and federal courts. He assists clients with corporate governance and breach of fiduciary duties matters, contract disputes, mass torts and product liability cases and with restrictive covenants and termination of business relationships issues. He also represents large companies as debtors in bankruptcy proceedings and in non-bankruptcy restructuring. In addition to his trial work, Blatnick advocates for clients through all manner of alternative dispute resolution. He represents clients in domestic arbitrations and in arbitrations before the ICC International Court of Arbitration.

In each matter, Blatnick works with clients to identify their needs and objections at every phase of the litigation life cycle and designs a strategy that will best meet their underlying business goals.

He earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. Before joining Stinson, Blatnick had a successful private practice in Kansas City. Prior to starting his legal practice, Blatnick worked as a tax consultant for Ernst & Young.

"Throughout his career clients have entrusted Samuel to help them solve their most pressing and complex legal matters. He has built a well-earned reputation inside and outside of the courtroom for his preparation, attention to detail and unfailing advocacy on behalf of his clients. Adding an attorney of Samuel's caliber will be an instant benefit to our firm and our clients. We are thrilled that he is joining us," said Megan McCurdy, co-chair of one of Stinson's business litigation practice groups.

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