Taft attorneys Josh Brown, Dave Bartoletti, and Ike Willett, along with Chief Information Officer Mark Bradley, will present at the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s (ICLEF) Modern Business Law Seminar on Nov. 29. Brown is chair of the program and will give a welcome and introduction, Bradley’s section will cover Artificial Intelligence and Technology, Bartoletti will give an introduction to transactional risk insurance, and Willett will present on healthcare strategic transactions.
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Brown is chair of Taft’s Franchise and Distribution group. He combines his legal experience, business background, and entrepreneurial skills to help clients grow their businesses with a particular focus on franchising and other licensing opportunities. He is passionate about helping entrepreneurs make smart franchise decisions and prepare for growth and expansion. Brown counsels franchisors through legal challenges and helps identify and pursue potential franchise opportunities.
Bradley serves as Taft’s Chief Information Officer and is a key member of Taft’s executive management team. As CIO, he provides leadership to the firm’s information technology and security functions.
Bartoletti is a partner in Taft’s Business and Tax practice groups. He draws on his experience as a deal lawyer and former Big Four accountant to advise companies, business owners, and investors on business and tax matters arising during key events in the life cycle of a business, including formation, joint ventures, capital raising transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.
Willett is a partner in Taft’s Health Care and Life Sciences and Business groups. He is an experienced transactional attorney focusing his practice on advising nonprofit and for-profit health systems, hospitals, medical groups, and other health care entities on pursuing their strategic growth initiatives. In his work with health care entities across the country, he has both led and been a key contributor to a wide array of complex transactions, including acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures, and other forms of strategic affiliations. In addition to his transactional work, Willett advises health care companies on regulatory compliance matters, corporate governance issues, various commercial arrangements, and other day-to-day legal issues.