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February 9th, 2004

Winstead to Provide Legal Services to Nanotechnologies, Inc.

Abstract:
Winstead Sechrest & Minick P.C. announced today that the firm has been retained by Nanotechnologies, Inc. to
assist the Austin-based company in developing its nanotechnology-based patent portfolio. Today's announcement reinforces Winstead's position as one of the leading providers of legal services to the nanotechnology industry and emphasizes its continued commitment to advancing Texas' leadership in this
groundbreaking science. Additionally, by providing legal representation to Nanotechnologies, Inc., Winstead now represents several of the premiere organizations within the nanotechnology industry.

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