KDDK Names Partner, Associates

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Steven Theising and J.R. Trockman Steven Theising and J.R. Trockman

Evansville-based Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn LLP has named Steven Theising (pictured) partner. He practices primarily in the areas of business, real estate, tax and employee benefits and health care law. Theising earned bachelor’s degrees in accounting and finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and his Juris Doctor from the IU McKinney School of Law. He is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and Evansville Bar Association.

A native of Evansville and graduate of Reitz Memorial High School, Steve’s active commitment to the Evansville community includes service with Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana (board of directors), Indiana District of Kiwanis Southwind Division (former Lt. Governor); Green River Kiwanis Club (past president); Green River Kiwanis Foundation (past president); Jacob’s Village (board of directors); Rotaract Club of Evansville (member, former board of directors); Evansville Bar Association Mock Trial Competition; Young Professionals Network of Southwest Indiana; and IU Alumni Club of Greater Evansville.

Joshua Richard "J.R." Trockman (pictured) and Nicholas Golding have been named associates. Trockman often serves clients in the business, construction, healthcare, insurance and real estate industries with a variety of matters. He previously served as a summer associate for the firm, as judicial extern (clerk) for Judge Jeffery Graham on the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Indiana, and as clerk for Justice Mark S. Massa and for Justice Steven H. David on the Indiana Supreme Court. Trockman also spent a summer abroad at the University of Oxford’s Oriel College, where he studied European Union Taxation and EU Business Law.

Trockman earned his Juris Doctor and Certificate in Corporate and Commercial Law from IU’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and his bachelor's degree in political science from IU. He is involved in "E" is for Everyone, Habitat for Humanity and the Sierra Club. 

Also, Golding currently assists with matters related to business, healthcare and debt collection law. He is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and the Evansville Bar Association. Golding previously served as a clerk for Judge Richard Young of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, and as a summer clerk for KDDK.

He earned bachelor’s degrees in history and English and a minor in business from IU in 2014. Golding earned his Juris Doctor from IU’s McKinney School of Law, where he was a member of the Indiana Health Law Review, wrote as a Note Candidate and served as Note Development Editor. He authored The Needle and the Damage Done: Indiana’s Response to the 2015 HIV Epidemic and the Need to Change State and Federal Policies Regarding Needle Exchanges and Intravenous Drug Users, which was published in the Indiana Health Law Review, Vol. 14 Issue 2. Golding is a member of the Rotaract Club of Evansville and Christ the King Catholic Church.

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