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April 24, 2014

Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

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  • For 120 years, Baker Donelson has placed one thing above all else: our clients. As a result, our client service standards, consistent across all of our locations, are what set us apart from other firms. Each one of our more than 560 attorneys and public policy advisors, and every staff member, understands that you expect more than just quality legal work when you choose a law firm – you want extraordinary service, and we're dedicated to providing that. From our roots as a one-man shop in 1888 through our evolution into an AmLaw 200 firm, we value our clients and our employees, and we strive to consistently exceed your expectations.

    Baker Donelson is committed to providing a comprehensive approach to every aspect of a client's business, from initial tax planning, to complicated corporate strategies, to patent protection, employee training and litigation defense. You and your company are more than just a piece of business to us, and our goal is to become your business partner by providing you with the full range of innovative business and litigation services you need to achieve the results you desire. Whether you're acquiring a new company or need defense against litigation, we'll reach across offices to determine the best Baker Donelson attorney for the job.

Contributing authors from Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC:

Philip R. Baker, associate in the Firm's Johnson City/Tri-Cities office, concentrates his practice primarily on employment law, with substantial experience providing counsel, advice and...
Joel Buckberg is of counsel in Baker Donelson's Nashville office, where he is a member of the Corporate practice group. Mr. Buckberg counsels clients on corporate and asset transactions and...
of Counsel
Evan T. Caffrey is of counsel in the New Orleans office of Baker Donelson. He is a member of the Transportation Group, where he concentrates his practice on litigation arising out of marine...
Carl M. Davis II brings to client matters extensive experience in U.S. and foreign mechanical and computer software patent applications, validity and infringement opinions, trademark...
Tonya Mitchem Grindon is the co-chair of the Firm's Securities/Corporate Governance practice group and a shareholder in the Nashville office. She concentrates her practice in investment...
Paul R. O'Rourke has practiced employee benefits law for more than twenty years, working with a wide range of clients from very large, publicly-traded employers to self-employed individual...
Associate
Erin Reeves is an associate in the Atlanta office of Baker Donelson. She is a member of the Securities/Corporate Governance practice group where she focuses her practice on securities...
Courtney H. Smith is an associate in the Nashville office of Baker Donelson. She is a member of the Securities/Corporate Governance practice group where she focuses her practice on...
Scott Smith is of counsel in the Firm's Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Tax Department. His focus is primarily in state and local taxation with an emphasis on multistate tax...
Associate
Nick Tomlinson, associate in the Firm's Atlanta office, is licensed in both Georgia and Louisiana and concentrates his practice in the area of employee benefits. He focuses on the planning...
Director of Knowledge Management
Meredith L. Williams is Baker Donelson's Director of Knowledge Management.  Although trained as a lawyer, she is not actively engaged in the practice of law.  Instead, she...

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