Ice Miller Welcomes Associate Megan Ryther Ice Miller Welcomes Associate Megan Ryther

Ice Miller Welcomes Associate Megan Ryther

Ice Miller LLP is pleased to welcome Megan Ryther as an associate in the Firm’s Business group. Megan will concentrate her practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions and general corporate matters.
 
“Megan’s transactional experience has a national focus that corresponds with the needs of our clients,” said John Thornburgh, partner and chairman of Ice Miller’s Business group. “We’re excited about the opportunity she brings to help our team get deals done.”
 
Prior to joining Ice Miller, Megan practiced in Milwaukee and Chicago where she represented clients in national and multinational mergers and acquisitions and advised clients on federal securities laws, regulatory, compliance and general corporate matters.
 
Megan also joins Ice Miller’s Collegiate Sports and NCAA Compliance group where her areas of practice will include NCAA athletics infractions and compliance matters. Megan previously worked in the Academic and Membership Affairs group at the NCAA where she focused on student-athlete reinstatement issues and served as a liaison to the Division I Committee on Student-Athlete Reinstatement.
 
Megan is licensed to practice in the state of Illinois.
 
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About Ice Miller LLP
Founded in 1910, Ice Miller LLP is an Am Law 200 Firm with a nationally recognized reputation in many of its practice areas. Ice Miller offers a broad array of capabilities in virtually all areas of legal practice including: corporate, patents and trademarks, bankruptcy, lobbying, labor and employment, litigation, employee benefits, environment, tax, trusts and estates, real estate, municipal finance, public affairs and government law. With offices in Chicago; Cleveland; Columbus; DuPage County, Ill.; Indianapolis; New York; and Washington, D.C., the Firm has more than 300 lawyers and 40 paraprofessionals.
 
This press release is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice.
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