Epstein Becker Green’s expansion into Ohio was featured in Reuters. The Firm has added twelve former Bricker & Eckler LLP partners with distinguished health care, labor and employment, and litigation experience. For more information, please read our full Announcement: Epstein Becker Green Continues Growth Through Major Midwest Expansion

Following is an excerpt:

The team joining the more than 300-lawyer firm will be led by partners Jennifer Nelson Carney, Stephen Kleinman, and James Petrie.

They will be based in Epstein Becker's 16th national office, the first in Ohio, and will focus on healthcare, labor and employment, and litigation.

“Healthcare, labor and employment lawyers in a group that were aspiring to bring their talents on to a national platform was why we were attracted to the conversation,” said Mark Lutes, chair of the firm's board of directors.

Carney, former chair of Bricker & Eckler’s Health Care group and now a partner at Epstein Becker, said that the firm’s specialized health and life sciences focus drew the team to the firm.

She said that the veteran team is eager to partner with Epstein Becker's attorneys now that community hospitals, which used to make up a large portion of the team's practice, are becoming parts of sophisticated healthcare systems with complex needs.

“We were excited to expand our platform, beyond Ohio, and to tap into the great federal resources that Epstein Becker has,” said Carney.

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