In 2021, Thompson Coburn and Hahn & Hessen combined, providing a strong New York presence to a Firm with nearly 100 years of service to financial institutions across the country.
NPR's popular financial podcast’s episode, “About Your Extended Warranty,” features Dave extensively in the first half of the episode discussing the historic rise and fall of St. Louis-based US Fidelis.
Mark Indelicato, the managing partner of Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen in New York, has been elected the 2021-2022 president of the New York Institute of Credit (NYIC), a nonprofit industry group of credit executives, accountants and attorneys.
Named for Arabella Mansfield, the first American woman admitted to practice law, the Mansfield Rule has significantly increased the representation of historically underrepresented lawyers in law firm leadership.
Thompson Coburn LLP has announced its combination with New York-based Hahn & Hessen LLP, a 44-attorney firm with nearly a century of experience representing financial institutions and other financial market participants.
In response to the 2017 announcement where the FCA announced that after 2021 it would no longer require banks to submit the rates required to calculate LIBOR financial institutions, regulators and other stakeholders have been working to create a replacement to LIBOR.
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