Bingham McHale Names Youngest Department Chair in 100-Year History
Bingham McHale LLP announced today that partner Keith Bice has been named chair of the Business Advisory Department. Bice, at 38-years-old, is the youngest partner ever named to a department chair position in the firm’s nearly 100-year history.
“Keith has distinguished himself with his ability to understand and advance not only the legal issues involved in a transaction, but also to ascertain the client’s true goals and objectives,” said W. Tobin McClamroch, Managing Partner of the firm. “With his focus on getting deals done for our clients, Keith exemplifies the dedication and commitment to serving clients that we continually strive for at Bingham McHale LLP.”
In his role as Business Advisory Department Chair, Bice will lead the Department’s attorneys in continually anticipating the needs of each business client, and preparing a course of action to help each client meet those needs. Bice will work to attract, train and develop talented attorneys, as well as broaden the firm’s business client base.
Keith Bice focuses his practice on business and real estate debt, equity and acquisition deals. Bice earned his bachelor’s degree from Butler University in 1995, and his J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1998. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Circle Area Community Development Corporation, a position appointed by the mayor of Indianapolis, and is a past president of the St. Luke Catholic School Commission. Bice is active in the business law and young lawyers sections of the American, Indiana and Indianapolis Bar Associations.
Bingham McHale LLP, is a multidisciplinary business law firm serving regional, national and international clients, with offices in Indianapolis, Jasper and Vincennes, Ind. Bingham McHale LLP attorneys were ranked first tier in Indianapolis in nine categories by The Best Lawyers in America 2010.