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Coronavirus (COVID-19):
Navigating the Path Ahead

Baker Donelson's resource for helping your business beyond the curve of COVID-19.

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More than 150 attorneys with trial experience in 48 different states.

Practice Focus: Trials

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Supporting owners, operators, and funders on complex matters under growing regulatory scrutiny.

Industry Focus: Long Term Care

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Guiding clients with global opportunities in more than 90 countries.

Practice Focus: Global Business

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Trusted by more than 40 of the top 100 financial services companies in the United States.

Industry Focus: Financial Services

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Nationally-ranked health care practice handling significant matters in all 50 states.

Industry Focus: Health Care

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Growing emerging companies in every southeastern state.

Practice Focus: Emerging Companies

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Helping clients navigate inside the beltway with connections across all branches of government.

Practice Focus: Government Relations and Public Policy

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Why Baker Donelson?

21 offices seamlessly connected across the Southeast REACH
Represent more than 1/2 of the Fortune 100 TRUSTED
Industry leader in legal project management and online client services INNOVATIVE
Numerous recognitions as an exceptional workplace CULTURE
85,000 hours of pro bono work over the last five years worth more than $29 million COMMUNITY MINDED
More than 650 attorneys supporting our clients DEEP BENCH
Featured Attorney: Joe D. Whitley


Mr. Whitley chairs the Firm's Government Enforcement & Investigations Group, representing clients globally in white collar criminal and regulatory enforcement matters, corporate internal investigations, health care fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and U.S. export controls and compliance matters. Mr. Whitley previously served in several high level positions at the Department of Justice, including U.S. Attorney in the Middle (Macon) and Northern (Atlanta) Districts of Georgia, and Acting Associate Attorney General at Main Justice. In 2003, President George W. Bush appointed Mr. Whitley to serve as the first General Counsel at the Department of Homeland Security immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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