With nearly three dozen attorneys and a practice portfolio that spans health care, litigation, business and real estate, Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis would seem to be a prime target for larger firms looking for merger opportunities.
Managing partner Michael Gabovitch confirmed KKC has been approached as mostly regional firms have inquired if the firm has any interest in combining offices or being acquired.
However, Gabovitch said, his answer is always the same — “unequivocally no.”
The firm, Gabovitch said, equates a merger with giving up some of its freedom. Rather than being controlled by a firm in another state, KKC wants to make its own decisions in-house, take care of its clients as it sees best and allow its lawyers to model their practices to fit the needs of their clients.
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