Kimball joins Silverman law office
Kasey Kimball has joined Silverman Law Office as an associate attorney specializing in civil litigation, business transactions, estate planning and other types of transactional law.
Kimball was born and raised in Bozeman and went on to graduate from Montana State University with high honors. She then enrolled in the honors program at New York Law School, where she authored a case comment published by the New York Law School Law Review and served as the journal’s managing editor. She graduated cum laude from law school, receiving the Dean’s Award for Student Leadership and the Faculty Award for Outstanding Service to the Law Review.
Following graduation, Kimball returned to Montana and practiced with Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven, P.C. and Berg Lilly, P.C. before joining Silverman Law Office.
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With branches in Helena and Bozeman, Silverman Law Office has provided legal services to more than 7,000 Montanans since it was founded in 2012 by attorney Joel Silverman. The firm specializes in tax law, estate planning, business law, liquor and gaming law, real estate transactions and civil litigation.
For more information, contact Silverman Law Office at 406-449-4829 or visit www.mttaxlaw.com.
Tucker to lead hospitality group
Jim Tucker of Helena was recently elected chair of the Montana Lodging and Hospitality Association board of directors.
The newly elected board was presented to members at MLHA’s recent Annual Conference held at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort.
Tucker serves as hotel operations district manager for Town Pump Hotel Group based in Butte. He has served on the MLHA Board for six years, most recently as vice chair.
Other officers elected include: Vice Chair Whitney Bergmann, general manager of Best Western Plus Grant Creek Inn in Missoula; Treasurer Erica Kimble, general manager of the Hilton Garden Inn of Billings; and two new board members: Dean Fiedler, general manager of Comfort Inn University Missoula, and Matt Sease, general manager of Hampton Inn & Suites of Whitefish.
Each officer and board member will serve a two-year term on the MLHA board.
The association is a statewide lodging trade organization whose membership primarily includes hotel and motel operators.
It includes a membership category for allied members who provide goods and/or services to the lodging industry. The association was founded in 1916 and is considered the leading voice in representing the interests of the tourism industry during meetings of the Montana Legislature.