July 10, 2014. Attorney Emilee Boyle Gehling of the Goosmann Law Firm was recently appointed Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section of the Young Lawyers Division. Gehling will be a key member of a dynamic group responsible for providing valuable benefits and services to approximately 130,000 members and 300 affiliated groups. Her term will begin August 12, 2014.

Along with her appointment as Vice-Chair of the ABA's Business Law Section of the Young Lawyers Division, Gehling is also a member of the ABA's Labor and Employment Section, and Family Law Section - Assisted Reproductive Technologies Committee.

Emilee Boyle Gehling is a shareholder of the firm and helps her clients manage employee issues, navigate real estate deals, and acquire or divest business interests, assets, or property. Her general practice includes but is not limited to Business Law, Commercial Law, Contracts Law, Corporate Law, Debtor and Creditors, Employment Law, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Family Law, Health Care Law and Real Estate Law. For help putting your deals together, contact the Goosmann Law Firm at info@goosmannlaw.com or call 712-226-4000.

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