Webb Law Firm names chairman, president
The Webb Law Firm said on Firday its board of directors elected Kent Baldauf Sr. as chairman, and Richard Byrne as president.
The firm, based Downtown, specializes in intellectual property law and employs 43 attorneys.
Baldauf, a 40-year veteran of patent, trademark and copyright law, succeeds William Logsdon, who had been chairman for 16 years. Byrne, a 34-year veteran of intellectual property law, succeeds Russell Orkin, who served as president for 16 years. Both Orkin and Logsdon will continue to practice intellectual property law there.
In addition, firm directors named Nathan Prepelka to be secretary, succeeding Byrne. Paul Reznick will continue as treasurer.
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