9 Lawyers from Dissolving Tabbert Hahn Earnest & Weddle Join its Rival Firm
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Tabbert Hahn Earnest & Weddle, a mid-sized law firm based in Indianapolis that has government, lobbying and pharmaceutical practices, is now slowly dissolving after more than 20 years of existence in the legal industry. The Indianapolis Business Journal revealed that the firm will close at the end of the year, though an actual date has not yet been finalized, so many of its lawyers and staffers are leaving to transfer to a much bigger firm in the city. There are five partners and four associates who are slated to join Bose McKinney & Evans in 2011. The lawyers who will jump to Bose are: named partners Gregory Hahn and Robert Weddle, partners Matthew W. Conner, Mary M. Ruth Feldhake, and Chad T. Walker. Meanwhile, the four associates are the following: David J. Duncan, Joel T. Nagle, Kevin M. Quinn and Elizabeth Schuerman.

Named partner Gregory Hahn expressed his excitement over the move. He described the firm’s decision as more of a business combination rather than a merger. “Overall as a law firm, we have a number of national and international clients and this just gives us a bigger platform to represent those interests. I’m very excited about this. They’re great lawyers and have a great reputation, and this combo will help everyone go to a bigger plateau.”

Bose spokesman Roger Harvey confirmed that nine attorneys would be joining their firm. He added that their firm circulated a company-wide e-mail informing the current staff and lawyers about the new hires and the latest changes in their company.



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