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Baker Donelson Adds Corporate Attorney Matthew Huddle to Firm's Baltimore Office

Baker Donelson, a national law firm with more than 650 attorneys and public policy advisors, today announced that corporate attorney Matthew Huddle has joined the Firm's Baltimore office as a shareholder.

Working with entities across the corporate growth cycle from early-stage private companies to established, publicly traded entities, Mr. Huddle focuses his practice on representing international and middle market companies in a wide range of corporate transactions, with a concentration on representing companies in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity investment, and strategic joint ventures.

Bringing a wide breadth of industry experience, Mr. Huddle has particular emphasis on representing private, public, foreign, and domestic clients in a variety of industries, including technology, health care, life sciences, financial services, investment management, and chemical and products manufacturing from both the company/seller and investor/buyer perspectives.

"Our growth strategy is to attract senior leaders who provide extraordinary knowledge and share our values of providing personalized attention to our clients," said Jennifer Curry, managing shareholder of the Firm's Baltimore office. "We continue to expand the corporate, tax, and transaction support that we provide our clients in the region and beyond. Matt's strong experience in business law, coupled with his entrepreneurial drive, makes him a great fit for our Firm."

Mr. Huddle, who most recently was partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, received his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and his B.A. from Colgate University.

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