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Mayor Coleman Ice Miller-bound

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    “It is kind of like coming home for me,” Coleman said in an interview at Columbus B usiness First. “I have talked to others. This is the firm of the future for this community. … It will give me the greatest opportunity to stay engaged in the business environment of this city, the civic environment of this city as well as the political environment.”

    It’s worth noting Mr. Coleman’s reference to “coming home” is due to the fact that, early in his career, he was an attorney at Schottenstein Zox & Dunn, which a few years back became part of the Ice Miller firm. But many familiar faces of course remain in place.



    Mayor Coleman to Join Law Firm Ice Miller in 2016
    November 11, 2015 2:42 pm – Walker Evans

    After 16 years serving as the Mayor of the City of Columbus, Michael B. Coleman announced today that he will be joining the local offices of Indianapolis-based law firm Ice Miller. Coleman will complete his term as Mayor at the end of the year, and will join Ice Miller as the Director of Business and Government Strategies on January 1.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/michael-b-coleman-ice-miller

    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans

    Hopefully he takes a little break in between jobs to rest, relax and celebrate.

    He should be Miller Ice bound before being Ice Miller bound.


    You get a not guilty, you get a not guilty, we’re all not guilty!!



    Ice Miller? Miller Budweiser merger confirmed.


    Does Ice Miller provide complimentary in-house criminal defense services as a fringe benefit?

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