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Partners Megan Harmon and Ken Puhala Named to Schnader’s Executive Committee

On May 1, 2014 by Schnader in Environmental

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP is pleased to announce that Megan Harmon and Ken Puhala have been elected to the firm’s executive committee for three-year terms. The seven-member executive committee establishes rules and proce­dures for the firm and provides financial oversight. All members of the committee are elected by the firm’s partners.

 

Megan is a co-chair of the Energy, Environmental, and Sustainability Practice Groups. She concentrates her practice in business counseling, transactions, mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, project development, public-private partnerships and finance, and has extensive experience in contract negotiations, federal and state compliance matters, employment issues and procurement. Megan represents family businesses, start-ups and both publicly and privately held organizations, often in heavily regulated industries, in all facets of business transactions.

Ken chairs the firm’s Business Litigation Group. He concentrates his practice in complex commercial and corporate litigation and arbitration, as well as litigation and transactions relating to multinational debt restructurings. Ken has extensive experience representing foreign and U.S. clients in cases involving complex jurisdictional and choice of law issues. On behalf of Schnader, Ken is chief liaison with Jakarta-based law firm Yang & Co, now affiliated with Schnader, and provides representation to companies based in Indonesia and the United States requiring legal counsel in each country.  

Megan and Ken replace Dick Kessler and Bob Collings, who stepped down from the committee after terms of 6 and 11 years, respectively. During their time as members of the executive committee, they helped usher in several new initiatives that helped pave the way for Schnader’s continued service to the practice of law and the community. The firm thanks Dick and Bob for their dedicated and unwavering service.