ST. LOUIS - The personal injury law firm Cofman Townsley has added attorney Todd Nissenholtz, formerly a partner at the Armstrong Teasdale Law Firm. The firm has not hired a new partner in at least 30 years.
As the newest partner at the firm, Nissenholtz’s practice will focus on personal injury and product liability claims related to wrongful death and catastrophic injuries. Nissenholtz will also concentrate on consumer class actions.
Nissenholtz received his juris doctor from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta in 2003 and was the research editor for the Emory International Law Review. While earning his law degree, Nissenholtz clerked for Justice P. Harris Hines of Georgia Supreme Court. He received his B.A. with honors from the University of Texas, Austin in 1999.
Nissenholtz also is an active leader in the community. He sits on several boards and currently chairs “High Fidelity,” independent radio station KDHX’s young professional network.
Previously, Nissenholtz was a 2013 member of the Clayton Chamber of Commerce, Young Leaders. In 2011 he served as co-chair of the Cap & Gown Gala for College Bound. Nissenholtz was also a board member of Aim High St. Louis for the last six years. He lives in Clayton, Mo. with his wife and two sons.