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Bingham names McClamroch sole managing partner

IBJ Staff
February 27, 2014
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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP announced Thursday that the law firm has named Tobin McClamroch as its sole managing partner.

McClamroch had shared the title of co-chairman with Philip D. Scott since Bingham McHale LLP merged in January 2010 with Louisville-based Greenebaum Doll McDonald LLP to form the new firm.

McClamroch is a former parliamentarian to the Indiana House of Representatives and former majority leader of the Indianapolis City-County Council.

The firm also has named new regional managing partners. In Indianapolis, firm veteran Hans Steck replaces Mary Solada.

With 106 local lawyers, Bingham Greenebaum Doll is the city’s fifth-largest law firm, according to IBJ statistics.

Besides Indianapolis and Louisville, the firm has offices in Evansville, Jasper and Vincennes, in addition to Cincinnati, and Lexington and Frankfort in Kentucky.
 
 

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  • Congratulations Toby!
    You'll do great things.
  • Dibs
    Pretty sure Bingham (BGD) was in this regional market first, and that the "other" Bingham isn't here at all (unless you count data storage in Kentucky).
  • i'm sorry
    let me guess, you are up to your eyeballs in student loan debt from law school and BGD was your only interview coming out of school but you didnt get hired and now you work as an accounting clerk in a regional office of comcast
    • Relax
      You sure told them!
    • Don't call them "Bingham"
      Don't refer to BGD as "Bingham." That shorthand is used to refer to Bingham McCutchen LLP, a prestigious international law firm that is over 5x the size of this regional shop.

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