Reinhart Elects Eight New Shareholders

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MILWAUKEE – Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. (Reinhart) is pleased to announce that Tristan A. Dollinger (Health Care), Douglas J. Huenink (Corporate Law), Woomin Kang (Employee Benefits), Shawn E. Lovell (Litigation), Martha J. Mohs (Employee Benefits), David G. Palay (Litigation), Justin Voeks (Corporate Law) and Nicholas W. Zuiker (Employee Benefits) have been elected shareholders of the firm.

“These experienced attorneys have demonstrated great ability in their respective practices and a steadfast commitment to delivering exceptional legal counsel,” says Reinhart CEO Albert Orr. “The substantial talent they contribute to our firm continues to enhance the services we provide to clients.”

Dollinger is a member of the firm’s Health Care and Corporate practices, where he assists developers, managers and operators of skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, independent senior living communities, physician and dental practices, hospices, home health agencies, nonprofit organizations and related industry groups to realize their greatest potential in pursuing better outcomes for the patients, residents and communities they serve. Dollinger advises clients on matters including mergers and acquisitions, licensing, regulatory compliance, survey defense, contracting, risk management, changes in ownership and corporate governance. He also handles grievance and appeals work before related state and federal agencies.

Huenink is a member of the firm’s Corporate Law and Tax practices. His clients benefit from his experience in structuring and negotiating mergers and acquisitions, analyzing tax planning strategies, preparing detailed tax models and assisting with general corporate governance matters. Huenink works with a wide range of clients, including private equity firms, closely held businesses, public companies and individuals.

Kang is a member of the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice and an integral part of the Institutional Investor Services Team, where she advises clients on private equity, hedge fund and other alternative investments. She also assists in other investment-related matters, such as custody agreements and securities lending agreements. Kang represents a variety of clients, from government pension plans to overseas investors.

Lovell is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice, where he primarily handles property tax disputes. He is also experienced in litigating real estate issues involving commercial leasing, evictions and contractual disputes. Lovell is tenacious in helping clients resolve disputes with various taxing authorities, including property tax, personal property tax and room tax. He provides legal representation to a wide range of clients, from individuals to Fortune 50 companies. Lovell is a former Judge Advocate for the U.S. Marine Corps and continues to serve in the Marine Corps Reserve with the Third Civil Affairs Group.

Mohs is a member of the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice, where she counsels Taft-Hartley, corporate and government clients in navigating the complex regulations and moving targets often associated with managing qualified retirement plans. She assists clients in all areas impacting qualified retirement plans, including plan design and strategy, plan investments, prohibited transactions, service provider arrangements, mergers and acquisitions, and benefit claims. Mohs also collaborates with plan sponsors and fiduciaries to provide counsel during audits by regulatory agencies, ensure ongoing compliance with federal law, including ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code, and provide guidance regarding corporate governance issues, fiduciary risk management and fiduciary compliance.   

Palay is a member of the firm’s Litigation Practice, where he focuses on providing his clients with solutions in white-collar criminal defense and complex commercial litigation. He regularly represents clients in cases involving fiduciary issues, contractual obligations and dealership law disputes, as well as matters related to the ownership, governance and succession of family-controlled businesses. Palay counsels clients in all stages of litigation before trial and appellate courts at both the state and federal levels, including successfully representing clients before state supreme courts.

Voeks is a member of the firm’s Corporate Law Practice and an active member of the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity and Financial Institutions practices. He offers his clients optimal solutions for complex corporate and commercial transactions, regularly advising them on mergers and acquisitions, sales and dispositions, equity financings, dividend recapitalizations and corporate reorganizations. He also helps them develop, evaluate and implement successful corporate governance policies and strategies.

Zuiker is a member of the firm’s Employee Benefits Practice, where he advises institutional clients, including U.S. and non-U.S. pension plans, insurance companies and similar investors on alternative investments. Zuiker regularly negotiates favorable legal terms and side letter provisions on behalf of institutional investor clients and advises them on a range of fiduciary compliance matters and governance and legislative issues. He also advises ESOP-owned companies and fiduciaries on transactional and compliance matters associated with the buying and selling of ESOP-owned companies and various ESOP design and compliance issues.