Ted Boehm Joins Hoover Hull Turner

Ted Boehm, who served on the Indiana Supreme Court for 14 years following a distinguished career in corporate law and private practice, has joined Hoover Hull Turner LLP as a partner.

“Ted’s decision to join us is significant because of the breadth of his talent and experience on the bench, and in corporate law departments and private practice. We have recently worked successfully with Ted on legal matters and are excited to have him partner with us,” said Andy Hull, partner.

“We are thrilled by Ted’s decision to join us in our new venture,” said John David Hoover, partner and co-founder with Hull of the predecessor firm Hoover Hull. “His experience in complex financial and legal issues will be invaluable to our clients,” he added.

“Bringing together experience and talent will be the signature for Hoover Hull Turner going forward,” said Wayne Turner, the partner who joined forces with Hoover and Hull in January. “All of us respect Ted’s ability to solve difficult issues and create effective legal strategies, and that’s what he enjoys. We’re building a powerful new enterprise, as evidenced by Ted’s decision to join us,” he said.

“I don’t plan to visit the office just to read the Wall Street Journal or make lunch plans with my friends and colleagues. I’m ready to go to work and am energized by the talent, drive and vision of the lawyers at Hoover Hull Turner,” Boehm said.

Boehm authored more majority opinions than any other justice during his time on the Indiana Supreme Court. Earlier in his career, he served as general counsel of GE Appliances, vice president and general counsel of GE Aircraft Engines and deputy general counsel at Eli Lilly. He worked in a large regional law firm for 25 years, including several as managing partner.

Most recently, Boehm was associated with Van Winkle Baten Dispute Resolution. “I so much enjoyed my time mediating cases with John Van Winkle and Bill Baten – two of the very best in the business,” said Boehm.

He was the chairman and CEO of the organizing committee for the 1987 Pan American Games, Indianapolis’ first major success hosting a massive, international event. He also helped organize the Indiana Sports Corporation and served as its first president and CEO. Currently, he serves on the boards of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting, Inc., Indiana Humanities, Inc. and the Economic Club of Indiana, Inc.