Bose McKinney & Evans Adds to Team

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Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has added attorneys Christopher Roberge (pictured), Elizabeth Roberge (pictured) and Alexandra Gortchilova. All three  previously practiced with RobergeLaw, with offices in Carmel, which is merging into Bose McKinney and Evans.  

Christopher provides a broad range of services to individuals and corporations. He has extensive experience in supporting restaurant franchisees throughout the nation in connection with mergers and acquisitions as well as ongoing work involving the negotiation and/or drafting of commercial lease agreements, franchise agreements and real estate purchase and sale agreements. He serves as chairman of the board of a well-respected and established community bank located in south central Indiana, and serves on the board of directors for several closely held companies.

Elizabeth is a partner in the Litigation Group and the Business Services Group. She represents individual and corporate clients in all stages of diverse civil litigation matters, including appeals, within and outside of the State of Indiana. Her litigation experience includes complex business disputes, commercial foreclosures, medical malpractice, personal injury and construction litigation. Elizabeth also is engaged in copyright and trademark registrations, estate planning, probate administration, guardianship proceedings and general corporate representation. While in law school, she clerked full time in the corporate legal department of a large commercial real estate developer and operator of retail shopping centers. She also served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable John T. Sharpnack of the Indiana Court of Appeals.

Gortchilova is an associate who concentrates her practice in the Business Services and Litigation groups. She assists with transactions involving multi-unit purchase and sale of franchised assets throughout the United States. Additionally, Gortchilova has experience in the areas of corporate transactions and breach of contracts, as well as litigation matters involving commercial transactions, real estate and bankruptcies. Following law school, Gortchilova was in-house attorney at an Indianapolis real estate company, with offices in Indiana and Kentucky. She also served as a judicial clerk for Judge Basil H. Lorch III in the United States Bankruptcy Court.

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