Law Firm Expands in Evansville

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John Rhine (left) and Stanton Ernest will join BGD as partners. John Rhine (left) and Stanton Ernest will join BGD as partners.
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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, which has offices in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, is expanding its presence in Evansville. The law firm it is combining with Evansville-based Rhine Ernest LLP, a move that will add a small number of jobs to BGD's Evansville operations.

BGD says John Rhine and Stanton Ernest will join the firm as partners as part of the deal, which will also add two attorneys to BGD's presence in Evansville. BGD says the former Rhine Ernest attorneys will continue to work out of their Evansville office and BGD's attorneys in Evansville will move to that office by the end of the year.

"This combination not only enhances our commitment to serving the Evansville business community, it strengthens our regional and national mineral law presence with a team of attorneys who are ideally suited to provide high quality legal counsel to the mineral industry," said Tobin McClamroch, managing partner for BGD.

Rhine Ernest has focused on various types of mineral law, including, coal, oil, and gas law, as well as commercial transactions. BGD is headquartered in Louisville and has offices in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.

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