Stinson Leonard Street Adds Turner in Kansas City
Stinson Leonard Street LLP announced that Colin W. Turner has joined the firm's Intellectual Property and Technology Division as an associate in the firm's Kansas City office. Turner is one of 13 attorneys who have joined the firm since late 2013, just before the firm's merger.
Turner is a registered patent attorney. His practice focuses on all aspects of intellectual property counseling with an emphasis on the prosecution of patent applications. He has significant experience handling all aspects of litigation in state and federal courts.
Stinson Leonard Street's IP&T Division consists of 40 attorneys, including former judicial clerks, registered patent attorneys with extensive scientific and technical backgrounds, seasoned litigators and accomplished negotiators. The firm's attorneys are also supported by specially trained IP assistants, state-of-the-art practice skill development, and IP-focused information technology. Stinson Leonard Street works with an established network of foreign associates in more than 50 countries to protect the IP assets of clients throughout the world.
Prior to joining Stinson Leonard Street, Turner was an associate with Howard, Tate, Sowell, Wilson, Leathers & Johnson in Nashville, Tenn., where his practice focused on the defense of corporate and individual clients in professional liability, products liability, insurance coverage, premises liability and personal injury matters.
Turner received a J.D., with honors, from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2009. He earned an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering, cum laude with distinction, from the University of Arkansas in 2005.
About Stinson Leonard Street
Stinson Leonard Street LLP provides sophisticated transactional and litigation legal services to clients ranging from individuals and privately held enterprises to national and international public companies. As one of the 75 largest firms in the U.S., Stinson Leonard Street has more than 520 attorneys and offices in 14 cities, including Minneapolis, Mankato and St. Cloud, Minn.; Kansas City, St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Denver, Colo.; Washington, D.C.; Decatur, Ill.; Wichita and Overland Park, Kan.; Omaha, Neb.; and Bismarck, N.D.