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Fort Wayne law firms merge, growing Carson Boxberger

IL Staff
September 4, 2013
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The Fort Wayne law firms of Carson Boxberger LLP and Federoff Kuchmay LLP have merged, growing Carson Boxberger from a staff of 24 to 27 attorneys. The merger was effective Sept. 1.

Joining Carson Boxberger are Jim Federoff, Scott Federoff and Jason Kuchmay, who serve businesses, nonprofits and individuals in northern Indiana and statewide, the firm said in a news release announcing the merger.

“The merger with Federoff Kuchmay will provide existing and future clients of Carson Boxberger a deep level of expertise in commercial real estate development; land use and zoning; riparian rights disputes; and real estate litigation,” the firm’s announcement said.

Carson Boxberger, a business, government, litigation, intellectual property and personal services firm founded in 1945, moved in February to The Harrison mixed-use development in Fort Wayne overlooking Parkview Field downtown. The firm also has a Bloomington office.
 

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