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Baker Donelson’s Jackson office lands 32 on Best Lawyers list

Baker Donelson announced that 284 of its attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Thirty-seven of the Firm’s attorneys were also recognized by Best Lawyers as “Lawyers of the Year,” a designation given to a select group of individuals in high-profile specialties in large legal communities. Only one attorney in each community for each specialty is honored.

Baker Donelson is also top-listed nationally in four practice areas: Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships), Commercial Finance Law, Non-Profit/Charities Law and Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants.

Baker Donelson’s 32 Jackson attorneys named to the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers are: John B. Beard: Health Care Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Non-Profit/Charities Law: Jonell B. Beeler: Health Care Law; Sheryl Bey: Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Construction; William O. Brown Jr.: Tax Law, Trusts and Estates; Heather J. Camp: Gaming Law; Barry K. Cockrell: Health Care Law; Michael T. Dawkins: Criminal Defense – White-Collar, Environmental Law, Litigation –Environmental; Alfrado D. Donelson: Commercial Finance Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law; Brooks Eason: Appellate Practice, Commercial Litigation, Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment; Amy Kebert Elder: Gaming Law; Jennifer G. Hall: Employment Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment; Robert E. Hauberg Jr.: Antitrust Law, Commercial Litigation, Corporate Compliance Law, Criminal Defense – White-Collar, Litigation – Antitrust; James L. Jones: Commercial Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants; David F. Maron: Commercial Litigation, Consumer Law, Insurance Law, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants; Leonard C. Martin: Non-Profit/Charities Law, Tax Law, Trusts and Estates; Dan M. McDaniel Jr.: Gaming Law; William S. Mendenhall: Corporate Law, Insurance Law, Real Estate Law; Brad C. Moody: Commercial Litigation; J. Scott Newton: Government Relations Practice, Health Care Law, Litigation – Antitrust, Qui Tam Law; James A. Norris III: Trusts and Estates; William S. Painter: Corporate Law, Health Care Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Tax Law; Scott W. Pedigo: Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Labor and Employment, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants; William N. Reed: Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants; David A. Rueff Jr.: Real Estate Law; Frederick N. Salvo III: Litigation – Real Estate; C. Ted Sanderson Jr.: Tax Law, Trusts and Estates; Jon D. Seawright: Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses Law, Corporate Law, Health Care Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Non-Profit/Charities Law; Bradley W. Smith: Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants; Stacy E. Thomas: Litigation and Controversy – Tax, Non-Profit/Charities Law, Tax Law; J. Carter Thompson Jr.: Commercial Litigation, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants, Professional Malpractice Law – Defendants; D. Jeffrey Wagner: Banking and Finance Law; David P. Webb: Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships), Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses Law, Litigation and Controversy – Tax, Tax Law.

Four of the Firm’s Jackson attorneys were also named Best Lawyers’ 2020 “Lawyers of the Year”: Amy Kebert Elder: Gaming Law; Leonard C. Martin: Non-Profit/Charities Law; J. Scott Newton: Litigation – Antitrust; David P. Webb: Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses Law.

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