Strobl & Sharp, P.C. is pleased to announce that Henry Andries, Clark Bien and Jon Everly have joined the firm as shareholders effective September 1.
Andries has been engaged in private practice with a concentration in employment law, civil litigation and business law since 1995. In that role he has represented clients in a broad range of labor and employment-related matters, including employee litigation, the drafting of employment-related agreements, policies and procedures, the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and moreAndries will lead the Employment Law practice group at Strobl & Sharp.
Andries will lead the Employment Law practice group and is also a part of the Corporate and Litigation practice groups.
Bien has been a chief legal officer and advisor to several privately-held international manufacturing and distribution companies before joining Strobl & Sharp. He has been practicing law since 1978 and is an expert in a wide variety of corporate law specialties, such as contracts for the purchase, sale, manufacturing and distribution of products in the U.S. and abroad; litigation, intellectual property, real estate, employment, collective bargaining and general business advice.
He is part of the Banking, Corporate, Labor and Employment and Real Estate practice groups.
Everly is a corporate, estate planning, real estate and tax lawyer who has been in practice since 1996. The Beverly Hills resident was most recently a partner with Apap & Everly. He works with individuals, families and closely-held businesses, advising clients on a broad range of matters from formation and transactions to tax and succession planning. Everly also consults individuals and families on a wide range of estate planning needs.
“Hank, Clark and Jon are very experienced and very knowledgeable in their areas and they bring added depth to our firm,” said Strobl & Sharp Managing Partner Thomas Strobl. “Their inclusion in the firm just adds to the level and quality of resources we offer our clients in their business both here and aboard, and in their personal lives.”