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April 24, 2014

Baker Hostetler

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  • Baker Hostetler is celebrating its 95th anniversary. This milestone represents more than longevity. It offers a time to salute the many important clients and friends who have grown with us — often organizations we have served not just for years, but for decades.  

    Baker Hostetler's clients include a variety of individuals and businesses achieving success globally, nationally, regionally and locally. Many are at the top of their market segments, and many are household names. Others are leaders of the future — companies with the aspiration and foresight to drive tomorrow's high-growth industries. 

    Every day, our lawyers help clients manage complex legal challenges and work toward achieving their strategic goals. 

    Clients in such diverse industries as hospitality, healthcare, financial services, media, energy, sports and technology look to Baker Hostetler for: 

    ·         The strength of more than 700 lawyers in a broad range of practices

    ·         A unique “coast-to-coast” platform with offices in all four time zones

    ·         Coordinated national and international practice groups

    ·         Integrated industry teams with a deep understanding of their issues

    ·         A record of excellence in providing superior client service 

    Baker Hostetler's founding principles were, and remain, the creation of successful, long-term relationships with clients, a dedication to the profession and a desire to be good corporate citizens in the communities where we live and work. These principles are the foundation for our success as one of the nation's largest law firms. 

    We are committed to the continuous development of our people and of the resources essential to delivering effective and distinctive legal services worldwide.

Contributing authors from Baker Hostetler:

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David Schick’s practice is focused on healthcare law and business and corporate (profit and not-for-profit) law, with an emphasis in mergers and acquisitions, entity formation and...

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