Prior to joining KATZ & KORIN, Hannah was a founding partner of JOSEPH AND TUROW, PC. Hannah also served as corporate counsel to The Finish Line, Inc. where she gained a unique understanding of how to balance the business needs of a for-profit enterprise with the legal risks that every company faces. Hannah and her husband have also own their own business, King David Dogs, an Indianapolis restaurant that has opened two locations in less than three years. These combined experiences provide Hannah a diverse perspective about the legal needs of small business owners. Hannah, an entrepreneur at heart, has a hands-on understanding and appreciation of the need for thoughtful, cost-effective guidance to individuals involved with or planning to start a for-profit enterprise.
Hannah is an Adjunct Professor at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law where she teaches Basic Contract Drafting. She also serves as a lecturer for the Indianapolis Bar Association Multistate Bar Review on the topic of contracts.
Hannah is a graduate of Indiana University and the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She is a lecturer and serves on the board of directors of the Business Ownership Initiative and is active in the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis. Hannah is a frequent speaker on topics such as social media and the law, use of independent contractors, law and technology, and business ownership and entrepreneurship. Hannah can be reached at [email protected]
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