Epstein Becker Green’s expansion into Ohio with the addition of eight more attorneys with capabilities in health care, labor and employment, and litigation was featured in Law360. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

For more information, please read our full Announcement: Epstein Becker Green Expands New Ohio Team to 20 Attorneys

Following is an excerpt:

Two weeks after opening a Columbus, Ohio, office with a group of 12 partners, Epstein Becker Green has added eight additional health care-focused attorneys to the office, saying that it plans to continue expanding in the state.

Like the original group of partners, the eight new additions come from local firm Bricker & Eckler LLP. It includes senior counsel Shannon K. DeBra and Kimberly S. Parks, senior attorney Joshua M. Gilbert and five associates, growing the office to 20 attorneys.

Jennifer Nelson Carney, one of the leaders of the initial partner group, said in a statement, "It was important to me that this group remain together to bring a full team of health care attorneys as well as litigators and labor and employment attorneys that service the health care industry and beyond. … The response from our clients so far has been very positive and we look forward to servicing them even better from EBG's national platform."

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