Thompson Coburn has added a partner to its employee benefits practice. Linda Lemel Hoseman joined the firm’s 62-attorney Chicago office from Winston & Strawn LLP on Sept. 3.
Hoseman said they made the switch to serve their clients from a more value-driven and client-friendly platform.
As part of its annual Client Service A-Team 2013 survey, BTI Consulting, the country’s leading provider of strategic research to law firms and general counsel, named Thompson Coburn as one of the top 13 firms in the nation at providing exceptional value to clients.
Hoseman, who received her J.D., cum laude, from Tulane University Law School and her LL.M. in tax from New York University School of Law and has served as an adjunct facility instructor at John Marshall Law School, assists clients on a wide variety of employee benefit matters, including the design and administration of qualified retirement benefit plans and welfare benefit plans. She also assists clients with drafting and updating such plans to comply with legislative changes. Additionally, Hoseman has experience handling the ERISA aspects of private equity and other corporate transactions, as well as performing ERISA review of real estate transactions involving plan assets.
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