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Levenfeld Pearlstein Continues Strategic Growth, Adding Tim Nitsch to IP Practice

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Chicago, IL -- Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Tim Nitsch as an attorney in its Intellectual Property Service Group. Nitsch joins the firm from the Chicago office of SNR Denton, where he was an associate in the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice. His addition continues Levenfeld Pearlstein’s recent strong growth in its core practices. Since June, the firm has added ESOP partner Paul Simons, Litigation partner Gregg Minkow, and real estate attorneys, Jeffery Hoffenberg and David Pritzker.

Nitsch, 38, concentrates his practice on patent and trademark prosecution. He has extensive experience in a variety of technology-related industries, including computer software, computer networking, automation systems, electrical circuits, mechanical systems and business methods.

Prior to his legal career, Nitsch was a senior researcher at a large network infrastructure manufacturer, where he developed electronics products for the building automation, telecom and network systems industries. He also assisted in drafting patent specifications and advised senior management on patent strategies. Nitsch has also worked as a building automation engineer, designing, programming and installing building automation and access control systems for large clients.

Nitsch is named in a number of pending patent applications in the fields of building automation and structured network cabling systems. He also invented the “RS-485 Connector and Plug Housing” (U.S. Patent Number 7,294,026) and “Building Automation Controller” (U.S. Patent Number 7,734,572).

Nitsch earned his B.S. from the University of Southern Illinois and his J.D., magna cum laude, from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Intellectual Property Service Group represents organizations and individuals ranging from inventors and mid-sized companies to multinational corporations. Its IP attorneys perform patent, trademark and copyright prosecutions, and counsel clients on the full realm of critical IP issues.

About Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC

Recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the nation's most innovative mid-sized law firms, Chicago-based Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC provides Unusually Good legal and business counsel to sophisticated clients across a broad range of corporate, real estate and litigation matters. The firm possesses the resources and depth to manage the most complex matters, ensuring that the needs of all clients are met in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. Levenfeld Pearlstein's world class attorneys work with clients to understand the full impact of the law on their business and proactively address their legal issues so that they can quickly return to doing what they do best.

Levenfeld Pearlstein also believes that doing right and doing well are inseparable, and, that it is the obligation of the firm and its attorneys to help others do what they do best. Levenfeld Pearlstein's commitment to corporate social responsibility and sustainability leads the legal industry and reflects its values and culture as a law firm. The firm's goal is to make a difference for its clients, in the community and on behalf of the individuals and organizations that are leading the way.

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