Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Silk-Stocking Law Firms Decide against Merger

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Silk-Stocking Law Firms Decide against Merger

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NOT 2B: The silk-stocking Clayton law firm of Rosenblum, Goldenhersh, Silverstein & Zafft has spurned a proposal for a merger with the venerable downtown firm of Peper, Martin, Jensen, Maichel & Hetlage. . . .

When tele-lawyers Brown & Crouppen needed a lawyer to handle a corporate dispute, they hired Clayton barrister Martin M. Green of Green, Schaaf & Margo. The result, according to Mitchell A. Margo, was a $1 million judgment in Brown & Crouppen's favor, settling litigation over a fee dispute with former partner Roy Walther. `ROUND TOWN: George Johnson, who was terminated three years ago as maintenance supe at the St. Louis Housing Authority by former chief Brenda Drain-Williams, is being considered for re-employment as quality control inspector by chief Janice Washington. . . .

Channel 2's Marion Brooks has accepted an on-air job with WSB-TV in Atlanta. She declined to say whether she and Mayor Boz's chief of staff, Lloyd Jordan, have agreed to disagree on a future twogether, as rumored. . . .

Hometowner David Slay has sold his La Veranda Restaurant in Bev Hills to an Iranian syndicate and plans to open in the future on the La Cienaga restaurant strip in Lozanges. . . .

Alexandra Nicole Komorek bounced into our world last Wednesday night at St. Luke's West. Parents are Lisa and Steve Komorek, owner of Trattoria Marcella. Grandparents are Ralph and Marion Greene, and Jim Komorek. . . .

And, renowned St. John's Mercy Med Center internist Dr. Tom Margulies has accepted the post of associate prof of medicine at WashU, where he will teach and practice primary care and geriatrics. He follows a family tradition - his grandfather, Dr. Albert Goldstein, and his uncle, Dr. Marcy Goldstein, both taught at WashU. FUNRAISER: "Hats Off to the Chefs" is the tag for Friday's do at the Adam's Mark Hotel in which our town will salute chefs and caterers - all for the benefit of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. …

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