Frank B. Janoski Appointed by the City of Webster Groves to Serve on Historic Preservation Commission

Lewis Rice attorney Frank B. Janoski has been appointed by the City of Webster Groves to serve on its Historic Preservation Commission. The commission protects, enhances, and promotes historic districts, structures, and land in Webster Groves. We congratulate Frank on his appointment and applaud his service to his community.

Frank focuses his practice on intellectual property and commercial litigation. He is licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and he regularly writes and speaks on topics related to intellectual property.


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