Brinks Innovation Competition 2012 runner-up HEVT and finalist SiNode were profiled in the Chicago Tribune article “Greener Planet is the Goal for 3 Local Startups,” on December 15, 2012.
Scott J. Slavick is quoted in the article “Copycats, Takedowns, and Ass Rainbows: What Does Copyright Mean for Internet Memes?” on the Motherboard.com website.
Michael P. Chu is quoted in the National Law Journal article “Midsize is Middling When it Comes to Diversity” on December 6, 2012.
Kelly K. Burris is quoted in the Model D article “Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione Open 5-Person Law Office on Riverfront.”
The opening of a Brinks office in Detroit was mentioned in the IPO Daily News e-newsletter on December 3, 2012.
Michael P. Chu is quoted and Andrew J. Avsec is pictured in the Chicago Tribune article “New Charter Turns to the Law to Inspire Kids,” on November 28, 2012. The article discusses Legal Prep charter Academy, a new school to prepare students for legal careers.
Roy E. Hofer penned a Letter to the Editor on retention elections for judges in the Cook County Circuit Court in the November 28, 2012 edition of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
The news that Eric J. Sosenko was named co-chair of the American Bar Association’s subcommittee on §102(b) Issues, a subcommittee of the Ex Partes PTO Affairs – Patents committee was mentioned on the Detroit Chamber website.
The opening of a Brinks office in Detroit was mentioned in the “In the News” column of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on November 20, 2012.
Brinks Innovation Competition finalist HEVT was awarded the Grand Prize in the 2012 Clean Energy Challenge. Chicago-based Hybrid Electric Vehicle Technologies (HEVT) provides the transportation industry with high-performance, efficient and cost-effective components and integrated systems that foster the adoption of electrified transport and yield significant savings in fuel economy without the use of rare earth metals. Read more about the award here.