Cathy Birkeland Featured in Chicago Law Bulletin

Cathy Birkeland has been featured in the inaugural Women in Law report by the Chicago Law Bulletin, which profiled “50 exceptional women leaders in the law”.

Cathy helps issuers, underwriters, and investors execute successful capital markets transactions, and advises public companies and boards of directors on corporate governance and securities law matters.

Her published profile highlighted both Birkeland’s leadership roles in Latham’s Chicago office and her market-leading practice as a member of the firm’s Capital Markets Practice.

Latham’s Chicago office, on the ground for more than four decades and more than 200 lawyers strong, provides a full scope of services to United States and global clients across virtually every industry while connecting seamlessly with the resources and reach of the firm’s worldwide platform.

It also cited her dedication to mentoring young lawyers and deep commitment to diversity, as well as her active involvement in the Chicago community — including her current leadership of Latham’s Chicago Taskforce for the Commitment to Racial Justice and Economy, which is dedicated to fighting racial injustice and promoting equality through pro bono efforts, programming, and financial support for Chicago-based organisations.

Latham is dedicated to working with clients to help them achieve their business goals and overcome legal challenges anywhere in the world. From a global platform spanning 14 countries, Latham lawyers help clients succeed.

Home to top-ranked lawyers from the full spectrum of corporate, finance, tax, and litigation practices, our Chicago office routinely advises on high-profile mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, public company, banking, restructuring, real estate, and shareholder activism matters.

And our nationally renowned Chicago-based trial lawyers regularly set precedents affecting entire industries, from high-stakes securities litigation and cutting-edge intellectual property matters to make-or-break investigations, class actions, and environmental matters.

Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club Honours Arthur Goldstein

The TJ Club’s Law Committee is the legal branch of the Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club.  Our members are attorneys who practice in various capacities and in many fields. No legal specialty is required for acceptance to our committee.

Arthur Goldstein was honoured by the Thomas Jefferson Democratic Club of Canarsie, Brooklyn, at their 64th annual dinner dance at the El Caribe Country Club on November 17.

Arthur has worked in all aspects of government relations, particularly New York City, New York State and Westchester County government, legislative, and agency processes. His practice areas also include Administrative Law, Land Use, and Regulatory Law.

His government experience spans more than twenty five years, including positions with the New York City Council and the administration of New York Mayor Edward I. Koch. Before joining Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, Arthur was counsel to New York City Council Speak Peter F. Vallone for several years.

Arthur’s years of experience have provided him with a keen understanding of the ins and outs of municipal and state government in New York.

He represents diverse clients, including major corporations, small businesses, restaurants, and several not-for-profit organisations.

Arthur enjoys the interaction between government goals and individual entities’ needs. Often the broadness of government’s concerns obscures the impact on specific communities, industries, or businesses.

Having worked in government for many years, he can help the decision-makers see how modifications can move a government plan forward and also benefit the larger community.

Arthur works with many not-for-profits, helping them explain their value to government in order to gain support for new programs or continue financial support to sustain ongoing activities.

Members Excellence and Community Service

Community service is unpaid work performed by a person or group of people for the benefit and betterment of their community without any form of compensation. Community service can be distinct from volunteering, since it is not always performed on a voluntary basis and may be compulsory. 

HealthTrust today recognised five member organisations with its most esteemed honour, the Member Recognition Award, during the annual HealthTrust University Conference under way at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Centre.

Built on our superior operator heritage, HealthTrust also offers a comprehensive set of advisory services to help healthcare providers make the most of our supply chain, workforce and clinical integration capabilities.

That heritage is shared with our sister company, Parallon. Parallon brings decades of experience optimizing the financial health of its clients by addressing complex challenges spanning the revenue cycle.

HealthTrust established the Members Awards in 2009 to acknowledge outstanding contributions of organisations and individuals who demonstrate excellence in supporting providers, patients and their communities.

HealthTrust president and Chief Executive Officer, Edward Jones, presented awards to the following HealthTrust members.

In addition to being honoured at the conference, award recipients will be featured in the fall issue of The Source magazine for HealthTrust members.

HealthTrust Overview

HealthTrust is committed to strengthening provider performance and clinical excellence through an aligned membership model and the delivery of total spend management advisory solutions that leverage operator experience, scale and innovation.

Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, HealthTrust serves over 1600 hospitals and health systems, and more than 40000 other member locations including ambulatory surgery centres, physician practices, long-term care and alternate care sites.

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