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Memphis Bar Foundation Welcomes Adam S. Baldridge and Mary Wu Tullis as 2024 Fellows

Adam S. Baldridge and Mary Wu Tullis, shareholders in the Memphis office of the national law firm Baker Donelson, have been named Fellows of the Memphis Bar Foundation, the charitable foundation affiliated with the Memphis Bar Association.

"Being named a Memphis Bar Foundation Fellow is a tremendous honor," said Terrence Reed, Fellows Selection Committee Chair. "Approximately one percent of Memphis area attorneys are invited to join the Memphis Bar Foundation Fellows each year."

Mr. Baldridge serves as chair of Baker Donelson's Intellectual Property Group and concentrates his practice in intellectual property and technology litigation. He has extensive experience in patent, trade secret, trademark, trade dress, copyright, unfair competition, and right-of-publicity cases. Mr. Baldridge also practices extensively before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Boards, helping clients obtain, enforce, and defend their brands. He is listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers in IP Litigation; in The Best Lawyers in America® for Litigation – Intellectual Property, Copyright Law, Patent Litigation, and Trademark Law. Mr. Baldridge was named the Best Lawyers® 2022 Litigation – Intellectual Property "Lawyer of the Year" in Memphis.

Ms. Tullis is a litigator with a diverse practice handling contractual disputes, tax liability litigation, product liability litigation, and labor and employment issues for financial institutions, health care entities, insurance companies, and businesses. She has represented and defended financial institutions and businesses in consumer-related litigation and class actions alleging federal law claims, such as violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA); the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA); and the Securities Exchange Act, and state law claims, such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion of negotiable instruments, price discrimination, and unfair trade practices. Ms. Tullis has been listed in Mid-South Rising Stars by Super Lawyers since 2016 and in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ for Commercial Litigation; Banking and Finance Litigation; Litigation and Controversy – Tax since 2021.

The Foundation annually nominates attorneys and judges to become Fellows. Nominees are chosen based on their devoted and distinguished service to the legal profession and the administration of justice and their adherence to the highest standards of professional ethics and personal conduct. Annually, the Foundation awards grants to non-profit organizations to support law-related projects and programs that fall within its mission. These grants would not be possible without the financial support of the Foundation's Fellows.

The mission of the Memphis Bar Foundation is to promote philanthropy among members of the Bar; advocate and support public awareness of the legal system, promote social justice, and legal education; and encourage and recognize professionalism among members of the Bar.

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