Roetzel & Andress LPA announced today that 11 attorneys from the firm of Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott LLP (KRHD) have joined Roetzel in a major expansion of the firm’s Chicago office and of its health care law practice. In addition to a top-tier health care compliance and regulatory practice, the former KRHD attorneys bring to Roetzel broad-based corporate, retirement plan consulting, estate, probate and wealth planning, employment law, and commercial litigation capabilities.
"Our focus continues to be on planned growth and thoughtful and strategic moves to add services that benefit our clients and strengthen our offerings," Roetzel Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Casto said.
The firm’s expanded health care law group assists clients in addressing the multifaceted and complex issues that face a wide range of health care industry organizations, personnel, and ancillary health care service providers. The attorneys advise clients on the many legal issues that affect all segments of the health care industry, including hospitals, physician groups, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, medical device inventors, laboratories, manufacturers, distributors, and third-party logistics providers, among others.
KRHD has roots in the Chicago area stretching back to 1971. Initially focused on tax, business and pension law, KRHD has garnered recognition as one of Chicago’s top health care law firms over the past few decades.
With the addition of 11 attorneys, Roetzel’s Chicago attorney team has greatly expanded in size and capabilities. Chicago Partner-in-Charge James Inendino looks forward to the integration of the new attorneys and support staff. “We’ve had the opportunity to get to know our new colleagues over the last few months and have already had the opportunity to successfully collaborate on several matters. We’ve found some fantastic synergies along the way and are really looking forward to this next phase of our growth in Chicago.”
Attorneys Ericka L. Adler, Michael B. Brohman, Avery Delott, David J. Hochman, Christina M. Kuta, Lee Levin, Ben M. Roth, Sherwin R. Rubinstein, James K. Shaw and John B. Waters have made the move to Roetzel.View PDF