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SmithAmundsen Adds 10 Lateral Attorneys to Indianapolis Office

Posted by ehayden on September 23, 2015

The law firm of SmithAmundsen continues aggressive growth in the Indianapolis market with the addition of 10 attorneys to its team. The firm provides full service business and transactional, labor and employment and litigation needs to companies across the Midwest and beyond.

INDIANAPOLISSept. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The law firm of SmithAmundsen continues aggressive growth in Indianaadding 10 lateral attorneys in less than three months to its Indianapolis office. This significant expansion makes the firm's Indianapolisoffice its second largest and firmly cements SmithAmundsen's position as a law firm to watch in the region.

Attorneys across the Midwest are regularly moving to SmithAmundsen to join its supportive and inclusive culture, mindful client service focus and a collaborative environment. SmithAmundsen attorneys put the client first with a commitment to work as a business partner rather than just a service provider.

"SmithAmundsen's way of doing business is refreshing in the legal marketplace," said Stephen Stitle, a partner in the firm'sIndianapolis office with more than 40 years of business and legal experience. "Many larger firms seem to have lost their way in terms of innovating and adapting to a rapidly changing market. SmithAmundsen provides the support my colleagues need to thrive rather than merely survive as attorneys."

"These very talented lawyers are a great acquisition for our firm and they're an important part of our strategic growth to serve the broad needs of our clients," said firm founder and Executive Committee Chairman, Glen Amundsen.  "These additions continue our mantra – Top Flight Counsel, Bottom Line Results." 

These 10 experienced attorneys join established intellectual property attorneys Constance LindmanDennis SchellEric LambKelly Smith and Gabriel Applegate as well as litigator Jeanne Hamilton and labor and employment attorney Suzanne Newcomb in theIndianapolis office.


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