The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is pleased to announce that attorneys Christina Bruno and Tim DeLaney have been elected partners of the firm.
“We are pleased to see Christina and Tim transition into leadership roles within the firm,” said Jeffrey Gaither, managing partner of Bose McKinney & Evans. “They are exactly the kind of people you want as partners – smart, hardworking lawyers and all around nice people.”
Christina Bruno practices in Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group of Bose McKinney & Evans. Her practice is focused on real estate litigation matters, and she has considerable experience in the areas of contested foreclosure litigation and title insurance litigation. Bruno also handles foreclosure and bankruptcy matters for local banks and national mortgage servicers, including negotiating and implementing settlements in highly contested residential foreclosure and post-sale litigation. Additionally, she is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Group, where she assists businesses, agricultural and real estate development clients with zoning issues and hearings. Bruno graduated from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Indiana University.
Tim DeLaney joined the firm in October as of counsel to the White-Collar Crime and Litigation Groups. DeLaney focuses his practice on white-collar criminal defense, compliance and internal investigations, as well as complex litigation. Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, DeLaney worked as a grand jury deputy prosecutor in the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office in Indianapolis. While serving as a prosecuting attorney in the white-collar unit, DeLaney was responsible for managing investigation and prosecution of complex white-collar criminal matters, including public corruption, insurance and healthcare fraud, opioid over-prescribing, securities fraud, embezzlement and other scams. DeLaney graduated from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and Near Eastern languages and cultures – Arabic from Indiana University.