The law firm of Church Church Hittle + Antrim (CCHA) has moved to a new Fort Wayne office.

Church Church Hittle + Antrim’s original Fort Wayne office was established in July 2018 with the hiring of CCHA partner Amy Steketee Fox. The new CCHA office is located in The Central Building at 203 W. Wayne St., Suite 402.

“With offices in six Indiana cities, we are excited to grow into a bigger space in Fort Wayne,” said Managing Partner David Day in a news release. “We are proud to advise clients throughout the entire state of Indiana and are excited to continue growing in and serving Fort Wayne,” added Day.

Steketee Fox will continue to oversee the Fort Wayne office along with paralegal Tyra Blair. Steketee Fox is a partner in the firm’s School + Education Law Practice Section. Steketee Fox advises clients on legal matters including student disability issues, employment matters and labor negotiations, public access laws, FERPA and other records requirements, policy review, Title IX and other civil rights laws, and student discipline.

“We’re excited about expanding our office into fresh space that will not only accommodate our growth, but better equip us to serve and host our regional clients,” said Steketee Fox.

Founded in 1880, CCHA is the oldest and most established law firm in Hamilton County, Indiana. Their other offices are located in Fishers, Merrillville, Noblesville, Tipton and Westfield.

To reach Steketee Fox in the new Fort Wayne CCHA office, call 260-399-9490.

Learn more about CCHA at www.cchalaw.com.

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