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Baker Donelson Named Among Top Labor and Employment Litigation Firms by Employment Law 360

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(Memphis, TN/January 9, 2007) Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC has been ranked among the top 10 labor and employment litigation firms in the country by Employment Law 360, a national news source for employment law and human resources professionals.

In a survey of more than 250 of the largest law firms in the U.S., Employment Law 360 researched the number of new employment lawsuits filed in the U.S. district and circuit courts between July 1, 2005 and June 30, 2006. The firms included on the list were ranked based on the number of new cases that each firm was involved in, whether representing the plaintiff or defendant. Baker Donelson was ranked ninth on the list, among some of the largest firms in the country that focus exclusively on labor and employment law.

"Over the years, we at Baker Donelson have worked to build a 'best-of-class' labor and employment practice," said Steven H. Trent, head of the Firm's Labor & Employment Department. "Being named among the top employment litigation firms in the country shows our efforts have been successful."

With over 70 attorneys focused on this area of law, Baker Donelson's labor and employment practice is significantly larger than that of many boutique firms whose sole focus is labor and employment law. The Firm represents clients in all types of labor and employment matters including litigation, as well as litigation avoidance through ensuring compliance with employment-related laws and regulations and extensive training programs for client supervisors and managers. Clients include local, regional and national companies from a variety of industries such as manufacturing, health care, financial services, transportation and communications.

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