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Two Choate Partners Appointed Boston Bar Association Section Co-Chairs

Choate Press Release

 | June 4, 2012

Choate today announced that two of its partners have been appointed Boston Bar Association Section Co-Chairs.  Macey Russell, a partner in Choate’s Major Commercial Litigation Group, has been reappointed co-chair of the BBA’s Diversity & Inclusion Section.  Julia Hesse, a partner in Choate’s Healthcare Group, has been appointed co-chair of the BBA’s Health Law Section.  Both attorneys will provide leadership, expertise and experience on critical issues facing members and the legal profession.

At Choate, Mr. Russell focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation with an emphasis on the representation of corporations, financial institutions and banks in contract and securities disputes.  He also is co-chair of the firm’s Diversity Committee and a member of the firm’s Hiring Committee.

Ms. Hesse focuses her practice at Choate on healthcare regulatory matters and corporate transactions on behalf of academic medical centers, community hospitals and other healthcare technology and service providers, as well as private equity firms and other public and private corporations who invest in healthcare businesses. 

 

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