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Much Shelist Brings on Health Care Team
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Much ShelistMuch Shelist has added three attorneys to its health care practice.

Kevin Ryan joins from Epstein, Becker & Green as a Principal in the Much Shelist Business & Finance group and a member of the firm’s Health Care Law practice. He concentrates his practice on legal and regulatory issues facing the health care industry. He has his JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Special counsels Abraham Stern and Frances Meehan join from Reed Smith. Stern spent the majority of his 30-year career with Sachnoff & Weaver, a Chicago firm that merged in 2007 with Reed Smith. He advises clients in a broad range of commercial and regulatory areas, with an emphasis on health care issues, including long-term care and senior housing. He also got his JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law, and an LL.M in taxation from New York University School of Law.

  
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Meehan also practiced at Sachnoff & Weaver and Reed Smith, before joining Much Shelist. Earlier, she served as Chief Counsel for the Illinois Department of Public Health. Meehan focuses her practice on legal and regulatory issues affecting nursing homes, assisted-living facilities, supportive-living facilities, hospices, home health agencies and other providers. She is another Chicago-Kent College of Law grad, which is quite a coincidence.

Founded in 1970, Much Shelist Denenberg Ament & Rubenstein is a full-service, Chicago-based business law firm. It has about 80 attorneys.

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