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Arielle Tokorcheck has joined the Indianapolis office of Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman P.C. as an associate. She practices primarily within the firm’s supply chain procurement, operations and management practice area.
*Matthew G. Nolley
has joined the Indianapolis office of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. He is a member of the economic development practice group.
*Cindy M. Reese
has joined Blackwell Burke & Ramsey P.C. as a shareholder. She represents lenders and businesses in real estate and business transactions, commercial litigation and creditor’s rights.
has joined the family law section of Banks & Brower LLC in Indianapolis.
*William N. Ivers, *Stephen J. Peters, *David I. Rubin and *Michael P. Shanahan
have joined the Indianapolis office of Plunkett Cooney. Peters serves as the office’s managing partner and focuses his practice in litigation and appellate law. Ivers, senior attorney, and Shanahan, of counsel, serve as co-leaders of the firm’s auto dealer industry group. Senior attorney Rubin’s practice areas include insurance coverage, commercial litigation and automotive retail law.
*Tom F. Hirschauer III
has joined Keffer Barnhart LLP as a partner. He previous worked in the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. He will focus his practice on family law, forfeiture and select criminal law matters.
The following attorneys were hired between 2014 and 2015 as Marion County deputy prosecutors: Mary Ball, Natalie Kay Buck, Christopher Campaniolo, Chris Devlin, Andrew Emhardt, Laurel Goeringer, Abigail Grantstein, Teresa Hall, Lindsey Holden, Cameron Huffman, Sarah Johnson, Brandon Knight, Kevin Lawrence, Matthew Kubacki, Sara Laska, Katie Melnick, Marina Mollmann, Daniel O’Reilley, Marilyn Park, Lauren Parmley, Lun Pieper, Anthony Roach, Daniel Sheroff, Megan Smith, Emily White and Mahja Zeon.
has been named director of planned giving for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. She is a former planned giving attorney and will continue to consult with her current law firm, Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP.
has joined Wormser Legal as an associate.
and *Briana Clark
have been elected to the partnership at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP in Indianapolis. Both concentrate their practices in litigation.
Appointments & Elections
Warrick & Boyn LLP partner *Randall Hesser
has been elected as the 2015 president of the Elkhart City Bar Association.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner *Daniel Byron
has been elected president and CEO of the Indiana Debate Commission. He concentrates his practice in media law.
Sacopulos Johnson & Sacopulos partner *Peter J. Sacopulos
has been appointed by Gov. Mike Pence to serve on the Thoroughbred Breed Development Advisory Committee.
Bowers Harrison attorney *Sarah B. Fandrey
has been elected to the Albion Fellows Bacon Center board of directors. Firm attorney *Clifford Whitehead
has been appointed Warrick County Council attorney.
Awards & Honors
Quarles & Brady LLP attorney *Joel Tragesser
has received the 2015 Client Choice award from Lexology and the International Law Office. He is a partner in the Indianapolis office and a member of the intellectual property practice group.
Bose McKinney & Evans LLP partner *Daniel McInerny
has earned his certification as a registered civil court mediator in Indiana. Bose partner *Ronald Elberger
recently was a finalist for the 2015 Inspire Awards for Mentoring.
Quarles & Brady LLP has opened its new Indianapolis office at 135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 2400 in downtown Indianapolis.•