Edward M. Hogan is a founding partner of Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd., formed in 1993. Mr. Hogan has been actively involved in governmental, regulatory and legislative issues in labor, education, banking, real estate, and commercial law, as well as litigation and alternative resolution activities on behalf of the firm's clients.
Mr. Hogan’s experience in representing his clients' interests before state governments as well as his advocacy for the State itself makes him sensitive to the complexities of governmental agencies and their legal issues. Mr. Hogan has extensive experience in the regulatory aspects of labor organizations, labor-management cooperation committees, benefit funds, health care providers and financial institutions. Mr. Hogan has represented hospitals in HMO liquidation proceedings including The University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics in a case involving American HMO.
Mr. Hogan regularly counsels the firm's benefit funds and labor-management cooperation committees and has served as special counsel to those clients in complex state and federal ERISA matters, in fidelity and wage and fringe benefit bond litigation and in related bankruptcy and court proceedings.