Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC | Advertising Material
Sept. 25, 2019 (EVANSVILLE, Ind.) – Theodore (“Ted”) C. Ziemer IV has joined the law firm of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC (“SKO”) as a Member, in the Firm’s growing Evansville, Ind. office. Ziemer focuses his practice on business and corporate transactional law, serving the legal needs of business entities, from structuring the initial creation of an entity to negotiation of corporate transactions. In addition, Ziemer has extensive experience in complex real estate and mineral law matters. He also advises clients on a wide range of estate planning and business succession plan strategies.
“Ted embodies the best of SKO’s culture,” said Managing Director P. Douglas Barr. “Commitment to professional excellence and service above and beyond the practice of law—to the public, the community and the legal profession. In Evansville, we are building the next generation of leaders in law and in the community and Ted is a key part of our plans. He is a very welcome addition to SKO.”
Ziemer’s commitment to the community is recognized in his directorships of the Wesselman Nature Center Board of Directors and Junior Achievement of SW Indiana, as vice president of Evansville Salvation Army, and his tenure as a cabinet member for Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke. Previously, he served as an officer and director on the Vanderburgh Community Foundation, director and officer of the Old Courthouse Foundation, and director of the Evansville Bar Association.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Ted join SKO. His unique skill set and breadth of experience are the perfect complement for SKO as a whole, and our Evansville office in particular,” added Christopher C. Wischer. “Adding Ted furthers our plan for growth in Evansville—bringing on not just great lawyers but great people who fit our culture and add value beyond the bottom line, allowing us to continue to provide the highest level of service to our clients and community.”
“I’ve always been impressed with the quality of people and the legal work produced at Stoll Keenon Ogden,” added Ziemer. “Having a chance to fully understand the resources and bench strength, and see the commitment to growth in Southwest Indiana, I’m very excited and honored to be a part of SKO.”