Tom Hoy Appointed University of Louisville General Counsel
The University of Louisville has appointed Tom Hoy to a two-year term as the school’s general counsel, effective October 1. The formal selection follows Hoy’s tenure as interim general counsel, a role he took on when Leslie Strohm retired earlier this year.
“We've always considered it an honor to provide legal services to the University of Louisville and value the partnership that's been established over many years,” said George Vincent, firm chairman and managing partner. “Tom exceeded expectations in his role as interim general counsel and, though we will miss him greatly, he is undoubtedly the right person for the job.”
As a partner in Dinsmore’s corporate department, Hoy focused his practice on business matters, including contract negotiations and preparation, merger and acquisition transactions and corporate and governance issues in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He also represented health care institutions, physicians and physician groups in matters involving administrative and regulatory issues and medical licensure and staff privileges.
In the community, Hoy serves the WHAS Crusade for Children as general counsel and corporate secretary and is a member of the boards of directors for Centerstone of Kentucky, Inc. and Health Enterprises Network. He earned his B.A. and J.D. from Vanderbilt University and an M.A. from Emory University.