Hofer resigns as IP firm name partner
After spending his entire 52-year career at Brinks, Hofer, Gilson & Lione, name shareholder Roy E. Hofer resigned from the firm today.
The move follows a nearly two-year dispute between top management and four longtime lawyers. Officials led by President James R. Sobieraj proposed cutting costs by shifting a group of senior shareholders above age 65 off the firm’s basic health insurance plan, Hofer said …
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