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Law360's 2017 Government Contracts, Bankruptcy, and Legal Industry Advisory Boards

Law360 has announced its 2017 editorial advisory boards, whose purpose are to get feedback on Law360's coverage and to gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.

Blank Rome Partner David Nadler, who chairs the Firm’s government contracts practice group, was selected to join the Government Contracts Editorial Advisory Board; Blank Rome Partner Ira Herman was selected to join the Bankruptcy Editorial Advisory Board; and Joshua Troy, a professional development manager at Blank Rome, was selected to join the Legal Industry Editorial Advisory Board.

From Law360:

Dave Nadler, Blank Rome LLP

Dave Nadler is a partner and chairman of the government contracts practice group at Blank Rome LLP. His practice focuses on government audits and investigations, the False Claims Act, bid protests, claims and disputes, and compliance matters. He is co-chairman of the ABA's procurement fraud committee, and a vice-chair of the ABA's accounting, cost and pricing committee.

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Ira Herman, Blank Rome LLP

Ira Herman, a partner at Blank Rome, has more than 25 years of experience representing major constituencies in complex out-of-court restructurings and Chapter 11 cases. Ira also represents clients, including directors and officers, in complex disputes arising in connection with financially distressed businesses and has served as a mediator in more than two dozen cases.

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Joshua Troy, Blank Rome LLP

Joshua Troy is currently the professional development manager at Blank Rome LLP, where he works with attorneys to ensure their professional and personal success. His specific responsibilities include designing and implementing initiatives focused on attorney training, advising, feedback, and career progression, as well as collaborating with the firm’s Women’s Forum. A former litigator, Joshua is a graduate of Brown University and the New York University School of Law.

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