New Dickinson Law Leadership Elected
Posted on 02/21/2020 at 03:01 PM by The Newsroom
Pictured L-R: Attorneys Ben Bruner, Melissa Schilling, John Lande, Ron Mountsier, Amy Plummer, and Brad Kruse.
Dickinson Law is pleased to announce its newly-elected Board of Directors.
Ron Mountsier was elected as President of the firm, replacing labor and employment attorney Jeff Krausman who served in the role since 2014. Mountsier is engaged in general practice and focuses on taxation, business and corporate law, as well as estate planning and probate matters.
Amy Plummer was elected Treasurer. Plummer practices primarily in the area of corporate and banking law, mergers and acquisitions, business formation, e-commerce, intellectual property, and software licensing agreements.
John Lande was elected Secretary. Lande’s practice includes a variety of civil litigation matters, bank regulatory issues, and cybersecurity.
Ben Bruner and Melissa Schilling were both elected Vice President. Bruner has a business-focused practice including banking and financial services, commercial finance, real estate and corporate law. Schilling primarily represents and counsels public and private sector employers in labor and employment matters.
Brad Kruse has also become a shareholder at Dickinson Law on January 1. His practice focuses on bankruptcy and creditor’s rights matters, business and corporate law, and banking and financial services.
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