14-year-old Indianapolis firm recreates itself with addition of name partner

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Hoover Hull founding partners John David Hoover and Andrew Hull, along with Wayne Turner, former chair of the litigation group at Bingham Greenebaum Doll, announced Friday that they are creating a new law firm focused on business litigation.

Hoover Hull Turner LLP will focus solely on litigation, handling a variety of high-stakes and complex business and other commercial cases. According to the announcement, the firm’s clients include a roster of large public corporations, privately held middle-market companies, financial institutions and professional services firms, including law firms.

“Working in a firm focused exclusively on litigation enables us to identify issues that are critical to our clients,” Hoover said. “It also allows us to develop long-term, trusting relationships with clients, working side-by-side to deliver successful outcomes.”

Two of Turner’s partners from BGD, Michael Limrick and Ken Munson, are joining the new firm. All partners from Hoover Hull – Alice Morical, Michael Dorelli, Daniel Burke, Sean White, Jason Fulk and Laurie Martin – are also transitioning to the new firm.

The new firm touted the litigation experience and expertise of its attorneys.

“Hoover Hull Turner lawyers have successfully tried many cases against some of the country’s best lawyers and firms,” Hull said. “Our experience inside and outside the courtroom is advantageous in many ways.”

Hoover Hull was founded in 2001 in Indianapolis with a focus on business and commercial litigation.

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