Armstrong Teasdale LLP New Associate Announcement

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Armstrong Teasdale LLP announces the addition of attorney Angie Fletcher as an associate in the St. Louis office. Fletcher is a member of the Corporate Services practice group and focuses primarily on securities, corporate governance, and commercial and general business law.

Supporting growing and mature businesses, Fletcher guides clients in securities law compliance, Exchange Act reporting, mergers and acquisitions, internal restructuring and general commercial contracting. She also develops social responsibility programs for businesses and their employees to be better involved in the community.

“Angie shares the firm’s vision of delivering value and innovative service,” says David Braswell, leader of the firm’s Corporate Services practice group. “Her past corporate experience and client relationships will be invaluable as we continue to grow and diversify the practice.”

Previously serving as corporate counsel for a Fortune 500 company in the energy sector and for a leading producer of plastic sheet, compounds and packaging products, Fletcher has the experience and ability to provide practical, cost-effective and business-oriented approaches to her clients when solving routine and complex issues.

Fletcher earned her J.D. with a concentration in Business Transactional Law from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2008. She received her B.A. in history and political science, cum laude, in 2003. Fletcher is licensed in Missouri and a member of The Missouri Bar, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals.

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