News & Articles

Maureen Miller and Arthur Fillmore Join AEGIS (July 7)

We are pleased to announce the addition of Maureen and Art to our growing corporate law practice.

Case Study: Transition of a Family Business to the Next Generation (June 15)

Are you a business in transition?  This recent Case Study submitted by AEGIS Attorney Bill Higley might be helpful.

Mark Meyerdirk and Derek Guemmer Join AEGIS (June 1)

We are pleased to announce that Mark and Derek have become “of counsel” members of AEGIS corporate law practice.

2nd Annual Charity Golf Event (May 15)

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual AEGIS Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, May 21 at historic Glen Echo Country Club.  All proceeds will benefit ITEN.

Lori DaCosse Joins AEGIS (May 1)

We are pleased to announce that Lori DaCosse has joined our corporate and real estate practice group.

AEGIS Expands into O’Fallon, IL (April 15)

Consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing cities in the metropolitan area, we felt it was a good time to expand our business into the area.

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Featured Events

AEGIS Weekly Whiteboard Series

Where: Venture Cafe @ CIC (4240 Duncan)

When: Thursday, September 17th, 5:00 – 5:30 PM 

What:  Each Thursday, an AEGIS lawyer, consultant or friend gives a 20-minute “whiteboard” presentation on a legal or business topic of interest to entrepreneurs.

Speaker: John W. Kepler, JD, AEGIS Professional Services 

Topic:  Blending Social Media and Intellectual Property, why you should care

Summary –

How does one blend social media with that of their intellectual property? Is this something of importance? According to the Patent, Trademark & Copyright Law Daily there are 10 things in regards to social media and intellectual property one should consider…

  1. Be on the lookout for the next Pinterest.
  2. Determine the level of social media interactivity that works best for your business.
  3. Determine an appropriate policy regarding ownership of user generated content.
  4. Proactively address ownership and use of business-related social media accounts by employees.
  5. Develop a social media-oriented IP infringement detection strategy.
  6. Be prepared to address social media-based infringement in new ways.
  7. Don’t forget about social media evidence in IP litigation.
  8. Be sensitive to rights of publicity.
  9. Be mindful of the FTC’s endorsement rules.
  10. Be aware of the America Invents Act’s implications for your social media activity.

We will discuss and further develop those of the top 10 that apply to you and your business.

Interested in presenting?  Please e-mail Gabe Feldman @  Venture Cafe is a weekly event held at the Cortex Innovation Center in mid-town St. Louis.  Each week, over 500 people attend for networking, innovation interactions, and learning.  Fore more information about Venture Cafe, click here.