Baker Donelson's Growth Recognized Its Roots, Ex-Chief Says

By Kevin Penton (April 19, 2019, 3:31 PM EDT) -- During Ben Adams' 16 years at the helm of Baker Donelson, the firm doubled its offices and attorneys, carrying out a growth strategy that the departing chairman told Law360 bet on the firm's roots to prepare for its future.

Adams, who this month officially passed on his chairman and chief executive officer roles to Timothy Lupinacci, said that as Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC explored growth opportunities during his time at the top, he believed it was important not only to respect the firm's longtime footprint in the South, but also to recognize the economic vitality of the region....

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