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					           Baker
Summer A ssociate Program


           Hostetler
National Firm, Unique Platform
— The strength of 600 lawyers in a broad range of
   practices
—	 A	unique	“coast-to-coast”	platform	with	offices	in	all	four	
   time zones
— Coordinated national and international practice groups
— Integrated industry teams with a real world understand-
   ing of their issues
— A record of excellence in providing superior client
   service
Baker Hostetler—The law firm of choice
for the nation’s leading law school students

Professional Development
We invest in our lawyers. In providing training, meaningful
work assignments, mentoring and feedback, we are
committed to your success.


Workplace of Choice
Top students at leading law schools choose Baker Hostetler
for the opportunity to do substantive, challenging work in a
collegial and collaborative environment, while having some
fun and a life outside of work.

We are committed to hiring and retaining talented, diverse
lawyers with a passion for success—for themselves and for
our clients.
Washington, D.C., summer associate Rick Bold, standing
second from right, with summer associates, Jonathan
Henry, Jared Iverson and Derek Lacarrubba, left to right.
Seated are summer associates Kimberly Fox, left, and
Pamela Dorsey.



Without question, Baker exceeded my expectations this
summer. The attorneys were genuinely good-natured and
supportive, the work was highly substantive and tailored to
our interests, and the social events were classy, fun, and
often involved uncommon opportunities in D.C.

With only a handful of summer associates, the experience
seemed more collegial than what one might find at larger
firms. Also, because cases are not overstaffed, I regularly
found myself working on real, substantive matters either
directly with a partner, or alongside one other associate.
I never expected that I would be personally interviewing
witnesses on-site for a client’s tort case, or making a pre-
sentation in front of 30 people at the firm’s monthly litigation
meeting, but this summer I did both.
  Rick Bold
  2008 Washington, D.C., summer associate
  University of Pennsylvania
Training and Mentoring
Baker Hostetler is committed to training and professional
development	for	all	of	our	new	attorneys—whether	first-year	
associates or laterals.

   Associate Academy
   Four	days	of	intensive	seminars	and	training	for	first-
   year associates, including:
   — Business development
   — Career development
   — Communication skills
   — Effective legal negotiation
   — Firm management and culture
   — Professional liability

   Orientation and Mentoring Program
   Our	mentoring	program	matches	each	first-year	
   associate and lateral associate with a mentor who
   assists in his or her training and development.

   Associates are advised of their progress on a regular
   basis. This ensures they have the feedback they need
   to move forward in their careers. For new associates,
   these reviews are ongoing, with formal, written
   evaluations occurring semiannually.

   Mid-Level Training
   During an associate’s third or fourth year, he or she
   participates in a multiday training program targeted to
   the associate’s developing practice.
New York associate Francesca Harker, center, with Beth
Howe, left and Christy Monier, right, at the 2009 Associate
Academy.



The Associate Academy was perfectly organized to allow
associates to interact and develop friendships that will
benefit us for years to come.

While the days were full, there was just the right mix of work
and fun to keep the program flowing and interesting. Our
first event was a wine tasting which was both informative
and a perfect way for everyone to interact and get to know
one another.

The most valuable aspect, for me, was a communication
workshop. In law school, we all learned to write perfectly
organized memos—laying out our key points upfront,
recapping the issue to be addressed, and then logically
organizing the memo so it is easy for the reader. After I
started working I realized that most partners prefer that
I simply tell them what my research has revealed rather than
drafting a memo.

In the short term, I will benefit by having more confidence in
my work product and my position in the Firm. In the future,
I will benefit by having colleagues in practice areas through-
out the Firm that I feel comfortable contacting when I need
assistance. In addition, I gained valuable skills regarding
negotiation strategy and communication with both clients
and partners.

  Francesca M. Harker
  New York associate
  University of Michigan
Hiring
For the summer associate program, Baker Hostetler seeks
students with superior academic records who have complet-
ed	their	first	or	second	year	of	law	school.	We	look	for	those	
students who have demonstrated, through their interests
and activities, the motivation and interpersonal skills neces-
sary to become excellent lawyers.



Baker Hostetler stands out for its high
level of collegiality among associates and
partners, acceptable work/life balance,
and general Firm culture. Overall, the
Firm’s midlevels praise Baker Hostetler
as a good place to work and most hope
to stay at the Firm long-term.
              —American Lawyer, August 2007 Midlevel Report




What Our Associates Say About Us
Vault Guide to the Top 100 Law Firms
  —       Diversity for Minorities
	 	 	     •	 Top	20	in	2004,	2005,	2006	&	2007
  —       Best in Region: Midwest
	 	 	     •	 Ranked	3rd in 2006, 2007 and 2008

2007 American Lawyer Mid-Level Associate Survey
	   —	    Offices	Ranked	by	City
	   	 	   •	 Columbus:	1st
	   	 	   •	 Denver:		4th
	   	 	   •	 Houston:	5th
2008 Los Angeles summer associates, Karen Law, left,
with Bonnie Kwon.




During my interviews, I was told that I would receive ‘real’
and ‘challenging’ work. Baker Hostetler has not disappointed
me and has definitely exceeded my expectations for this
summer. I have worked on a wide range of issues dealing
with administrative law, class action claims, environmental
law, trademark infringement, real estate contracts, and
employment litigation.

Even though Baker is a large Firm, I’ve been given the
opportunity to draft actual motions, attend depositions,
interact with clients, and observe trial preparations. Partners
and associates are constantly giving practical advice and
feedback concerning client correspondence, efficient
researching and how to balance legal work with community
outreach projects. Overall, the Firm gives a great deal of
responsibility and hands on experiences to its associates,
and I have truly enjoyed my time at Baker Hostetler.

  Karen Law
  2008 Los Angeles summer associate
  University of California, Berkeley
Professional Development
Rounding out our summer program are seminars on
the Firm’s practice areas and topics of legal interest. In
addition, many social events are designed to encourage
casual interaction among our summer associates, the
lawyers and other professional staff. An important element
of job satisfaction in any career is developing positive
relationships at work.

Our summer associates gain in-depth experience across a
broad range of practices. They work closely with some of
the most skilled lawyers in the country and many successful
students receive offers in the fall of their second year to
return, and at the end of summer of their third year to join
the Firm upon graduation.
Representative Clients
—    ABC, Inc.
—    Bayer Corporation
—    Boeing
—    Cardinal Health, Inc.
—    CNL
—    Colgate-Palmolive Company
—    Corning
—    EDS
—    Ford
—    Gruner + Jahr
—    HCA
—    Hyatt
—    IBM
—    KeyCorp
—    KLM
—    Major League Baseball
—    Microsoft Corp.
—    Morgan Stanley
—    Schlumberger
—    Scripps Networks Interactive
—    Sprint Nextel
—    State Farm
—    Texas Children’s Hospital
—    The E.W. Scripps Company
—    The Progressive Corporation
—	   Thermo	Fisher	Scientific
—    Trammell Crow Company
—    Verizon
—    Wachovia
Practice Strengths and Industry Groups
Baker Hostetler lawyers help clients establish, maintain and
protect market-leading positions across the United States
and around the world. We offer clients the services of 600
lawyers in a full range of practices, a unique geographic
platform including both coasts and the center of the country,
a deep knowledge of industry issues, and a 90+ year track
record of excellence and achievement.
Business                                International Trade
  Bankruptcy, Restructuring and            Customs and Export Controls
     Creditors’ Rights                     International Trade and Immigration
  Corporate Governance                  Legislative and Regulatory
  Debt Finance                            Government Policy
  Distressed Real Estate Assets           Regulatory Proceedings
  Executive Compensation and
	 	 409A	Compliance                     Litigation
  International Transactions               Antitrust and Trade Regulation
  Mergers and Acquisitions                 Appellate
  Private Equity and Venture Capital       Class Action Defense
  Project Development and Finance          Commercial
  Real Estate                              Construction
  Securities Offerings and Reporting       Distribution and Franchise
  Trade Regulation and Antitrust           Emergency Response and
                                              Crisis Management
Distribution and Franchise                 Employment Litigation
Employee	Benefits                          Energy and Environmental
	 Benefits	Plans                           International Litigation
  Executive Compensation and               Maritime
	 	 409A	Compliance                        Noncompete and Trade Secrets
  Health and Welfare Plan Counsel          Product Liability and Toxic Tort
                                           Securities Litigation and
Employment                                    Regulatory Enforcement
  Class Actions                            Subprime Lending Litigation
  Counseling and Compliance                White Collar Defense and
  Executive Compensation and                  Corporate Investigations
	 	 409A	Compliance
  Labor Relations                       Media Industry
  Litigation                            Private Wealth
  Noncompete and Trade Secrets            Charitable Planning
Energy Industry                           Private Wealth Planning
                                         Trusts and Estates
Global Practices
  Canadian Practice                     Real Estate
  German Practice                         Development and Land Use
  International Intellectual Property     Distressed Real Estate Assets
  International Litigation                Hospitality Industry
  International Tax                       Real Estate Asset Program
  International Trade                     Real Estate Finance
  International Transactions              Real Estate Transactions
  Strategic Outsourcing                 Sports and Entertainment
Green Business and Sustainability       Tax
Healthcare Industry                       International Tax
                                          Reportable Transactions
Hospitality Industry                      State and Local Tax
Intellectual Property                     Tax Controversy and Litigation
   Copyrights                             Tax-Exempt Organizations and
   Due Diligence                             Charitable Giving
   International                          Transactional Tax
   Litigation
   Patents
   Trade Secrets
   Trademarks, Trade Dress and
      Domain Names
   Transactions
Interesting Clients, Matters and People
— Irving Picard, David Sheehan and a number of Baker
  Hostetler lawyers in New York and throughout the Firm
  are	active	in	the	high-profile	Bernard	Madoff	case,	one	
  of the largest securities fraud cases in history. Picard is
  the court appointed Trustee responsible for the liquida-
  tion of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities, LLC,
  and Baker Hostetler was appointed by the court to serve
  as counsel to Picard. Between January and July 2009,
  Picard and Baker Hostetler recovered more than
  $1	billion	for	Madoff	victims.

— Michael Oxley, co-author of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  and former Chair of the House Financial Services
  Committee, joined Baker Hostetler in 2007. Former
  Congressman Oxley leads our Corporate Governance
  and Monitorships practice which includes the
  Independent Monitor of Merrill Lynch and Mellon Bank,
  Independent Examiner of the Bank of New York, and
  former Federal Prosecutors and Securities Regulators.
  Clients value Mr. Oxley’s unique insight into Sarbanes-
  Oxley compliance in the United States and around the
  world. Former Congressman Oxley also currently serves
  as vice chair of NASDAQ.

— Our national Employment and Labor practice has
  handled some of the largest organizational election
  campaigns in the private sector, including a drive
  involving 20,000 employees. Our focus is always on
  helping clients develop and maintain positive, productive
  relationships	with	employees,	and	our	win	record	is	95	
  percent.

— In the fall of 2007, Betty Southard Murphy, a partner in
  our	Employment	and	Labor	Group	who	is	the	first	and	
  only woman to serve as Chairman of the National Labor
  Relations Board, was named in a new book as one
  of	the	“Feminists	Who	Changed	America,	1963-1975.”	
  The book honors “changemakers who did so much to
  improve the lives of women.”
— Baker Hostetler serves as Washington, D.C., counsel to
  Major League Baseball, a partnership that began nearly
  100	years	ago,	including	drawing	up	the	charter	for	the	
  American League.

—	 A	project	finance	team	led	by	Cleveland	partners	
   represented the owner/developer of a mill, SeverCorr,
   and the promoters of the transaction, which was
   selected as the “North American Industrial Deal of the
   Year” award sponsored by Project Finance magazine.
   The deal was one of the largest industrial project
   financing	deals	undertaken	nationwide	in	2005.	

— In a David v. Goliath case, Polo Ralph Lauren sought
  to stop the use of the United States Polo Association’s
  marks depicting two mounted polo players playing with
  mallets in hand. With Baker Hostetler in its defense,
  the U.S. Polo association fought against the multibillion
  dollar Polo Ralph Lauren empire—and won.

— Our governmental relations work around the world
  on behalf of multinational clients is a distinguishing
  feature of Baker Hostetler. Tom McDonald, the head
  of our Government Policy Practice, is a former U.S.
  Ambassador to Zimbabwe who has represented client
  interests in Africa as well as other emerging markets in
  Central Europe, Asia and Latin America.

— Swiss RE Group, the largest reinsurance company in
  the world, recently agreed to pay Baker Hostetler client
  KeyBank $279 million following six years of litigation
  led by Baker Hostetler attorneys. The dispute involved
  residual value insurance coverage for KeyBank’s car
  leasing business over several years. Six Baker Hostetler
  partners	and	five	associates	were	actively	involved	in	
  the	case.	The	case	was	profiled	in	the	“Big	Suits”	section	
  of the American Lawyer magazine.
Cleveland associate Joseph Esmont, right, and Washington,
D.C., associate Trevor Stanley at the 2009 Associate
Academy.




Associate Academy exceeded all my expectations. It was a
lot of fun, well taught, and a great growth opportunity.

It helped me improve on important skills, such as probing
for information, and it helped make me more aware of what
partners are looking for in my work product.

The hands on sessions, particularly the negotiating and
client interview skills, were most valuable to me. Nothing
teaches like experience.

  Joseph M. Esmont
  Cleveland associate
  University of Virginia
Program Structure
Since our summer program is designed to give law
students exposure to many facets of the Firm’s practice,
summer associates attend conferences, “Lunch-and-Learn”
practice group sessions, depositions, trials and other court
proceedings, labor arbitrations, administrative proceedings
and business transaction closings. We closely monitor work
assignments to ensure that summer associates work on
multiple projects and with a variety of lawyers in different
practice areas.

Throughout the summer program, lawyers review completed
work with the summer associates. In addition, several
of	our	offices	use	writing	review	committees	to	provide	
constructive feedback. Advisors work with each summer
associate, monitoring workload and assisting in professional
development.
                             Many of the firms that I applied
                             to offered diversity scholarships
                             comparable to the Paul D.
                             White Scholarship, but those
                             programs often accepted
                             applicants only from law schools
                             in the same metropolitan area
                             as this Firm. Baker Hostetler’s
                             willingness to accept applicants
                             from all geographic locations
                             affirmed its reputation as a
                             cosmopolitan Firm willing to
                             seek out and support talent in
                             all places it may be found.

                             I was also impressed that there
                             was not just one Paul D.
                             White scholar, but several of
                             the offices had scholarship
                             recipients. This reiterated
                             that this was a Firmwide
                             commitment to encouraging
diversity. Receiving the scholarship was the critical factor in
my decision to spend the summer at Baker Hostetler. I have
Paul D. White and those who preserve his legacy to thank
for the learning and professional development the summer
experience afforded me, and for helping me to realize the
first steps in beginning my career as an attorney.
  Kelvin Lawrence
  Columbus associate,
  2005 Cincinnati office summer associate and
  Paul D. White Scholarship recipient,
  2006 Columbus office summer associate
  University of Michigan, Class of 2007
Commitment to Inclusion and Diversity
Baker Hostetler has made a long-term commitment to
incorporate diversity within our workforce. We devote
substantial time and resources to the recruitment, retention
and development of minority and women lawyers.

We recognize that in order to serve the needs of our diverse
client base, our lawyer population needs to be equally
diverse.

The Firmwide Diversity Committee, established over
10	years	ago,	oversees	a	number	of	diversity	initiatives	
including:

— A new Diversity Fellowship Program which was
  established in 2009. The Program provides up to a
  $25,000	award.	The	amount	of	$10,000	is	paid	with	
  a summer associate position with the Firm and the
  remaining	$15,000	is	contingent	upon	receiving	and	
  accepting a full-time offer with the Firm.
— Minority Attorney Conference which brings together
  our minority lawyers, top Firm management, clients
  and outside experts to discuss strategies to increase
  recruitment, retention and promotion of minority lawyers.
— Paul D. White Scholarship program, which annually
  provides law students of Black or African American,
  Hispanic	or	Latino,	Native	Hawaiian	or	Pacific	Islander,	
  Asian, American Indian or Alaska Native descent with
  a	paid	summer	clerkship	and	a	$7,500	cash	award.	
  The	Firm	has	expended	more	than	$1.5	million	in	
  scholarships and clerkships for minority law students
  since	the	program’s	inception	in	1997.
— Establishment of a Women’s Committee in	2004,	and	
  the	Firm’s	first	“Women	Partners	Retreat”	in	2005.	The	
  Firm also sponsored two events for the ABA Women
  Rainmakers, a component of the ABA Law Practice
  Management Section.
— Recruiting Strategies that include actively soliciting
  minority and women candidates through targeted on-
  campus interviews and lateral attorney interviews,
  participation in minority recruitment job fairs and the
  appointment of minority and women attorneys to our
  Hiring Committees. For the last ten years, over half of
  our new associates have been women and minorities.
Pro Bono Opportunities
The Firm has a long-standing commitment to pro bono work.
We are aware that, by virtue of our resources, we have an
obligation to assist those in need. When the Firm accepts
a pro bono matter, we are committed to supporting that
representation, with the same standards of professionalism,
excellence and respect that apply to the work we do for any
client.

Making pro bono work opportunities available to our
lawyers, we also believe, enhances our professional culture
and our lawyers’ skills and sense of professionalism and
public service.

Former Ambassador Tom McDonald (Washington,
D.C., office), Stephen J. Petras, Jr. (Cleveland
office) and Janis Penman (Washington, D.C., office)

                          Former Ambassador McDonald,
                          Mr. Petras and Ms. Penman
                          represented the William Jefferson
                          Clinton Presidential Foundation
                          in its efforts to reach agreements
                          with four generic drug companies
                          in India and South Africa to
                          supply discounted antiretroviral
                          AIDS medicine to select countries
                          in Africa and the Caribbean.

Steven H. Goldberg (New York office)
Mr. Goldberg has been involved with WITNESS, the
international human rights organization, since its early
stages when it was a project of the Lawyers Committee for
Human Rights. He enlisted fellow corporate, intellectual
property,	and	tax	lawyers	in	the	New	York	office	who	now	
manage most of the legal needs of the organization on a
pro bono basis, including copyright licensing, partnership
agreements, and negotiation of almost every type of
agreement, from leases to licensing of videos.
Pat Poole (Cleveland office)
Ms. Poole has served on the Board of Trustees of The
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland for a number of years and
is a Past President. She was instrumental in organizing the
extremely successful “Brief Advice and Referral Clinic” for
the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, which was staffed by
Baker	Hostetler	lawyers.	Additionally,	the	Cleveland	office	
continues its support of Legal Aid with a three-year, $80,000
donation which will fully sponsor a Special Education
Attorney position within the organization’s Health, Educa-
tion,	Work	&	Income	Practice	Unit.

Baker Hostetler attorneys have and continue to perform
pro bono legal services for a wide variety of organizations,
including, but not limited to:

   — Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama
   — Grassroots Initiative, Inc.
   — National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
   — New York City Bar Association
   — Rights Working Group – Asian-American Justice Center
   — Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
   — U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
                 Orlando summer
                 associates try
                 out their candy-
                 making skills
                 at “Chocolate
                 Fun Night”
                 cooking class
                 at the Institute
                 of Culinary
                 Education.




Mock Trial
participants
included New
York summer
associates,
associates and
partners.




                 Washington,
                 D.C. summer
                 associates
                 joined attorneys
                 and staff for the
                 “Lawyers Have
                 Heart 10K” run.
Workplace of Choice
At Baker Hostetler, we recognize that our lawyers and
staff are the Firm’s most valuable resource. We strive to
be a workplace of choice and are committed to creating a
rewarding work environment that offers opportunities for
interesting work, a supportive and collegial atmosphere and
a promising pathway to career development.

Because we also believe that personal and client satisfac-
tion go hand in hand, and that quality of life is as important
as quality of work, we provide opportunities for balancing
career and personal demands, including:*

      —      Alternative work schedules
	     —	     Benefits	for	part-time	personnel	
      —      Child and elder care resources and referral services
      —      Employee assistance program
      —      Paid vacation
      —      Parental leave
	     —	     Short-term	disability	benefits

We expect that the talented and dedicated professionals
we hire will have a desire to make a difference in the com-
munities in which they live and work. Our lawyers and staff
are encouraged to become active in their communities and
a	number	of	our	offices	have	organized	community	service	
initiatives, including holiday “Adopt-A-Family” programs,
book	&	school	supply	drives,	tutoring	programs	at	grade	
schools and volunteering at “Habitat for Humanity” home
sites. Additionally, the Firm offers support to a wide range of
organizations across the country related to education, social
welfare,	health	and	fitness	and	the	arts.

*Note:	These	work/life	programs	reflect	current	Firm	policy/practice	and	are	subject	to	change	at	any	time	without	
notice for any reason. This summary is for information purposes only. Some service requirement may apply.
Firm Overview
Baker	Hostetler	celebrated	its	93rd	anniversary	in	January	
2009. This milestone represents more than longevity. It
offers a time to salute the many important clients and friends
who have grown with us—often organizations we have
served for not just years, but decades.

Baker Hostetler is “Counsel to Market Leaders.” Our clients
include businesses and individuals considered leaders
globally, nationally, regionally and locally. Many are in the
top of their market segments in virtually every industry,
and many are household names. Others are leaders of the
future—companies with the aspiration and foresight to drive
tomorrow’s high-growth industries.

What defines a market leader?
Innovation, growth, courage, strategy, product—and a
strong team behind you. That’s where Baker Hostetler
comes in. Every day, our lawyers help clients establish,
maintain and protect market-leading positions across the
country and around the world.

Baker Hostetler’s founding principles were, and remain, the
creation of successful, long-term relationships with clients, a
dedication to the profession and a desire to be good
corporate citizens in the communities where we live and
work. These principles are the foundation for our success as
one	of	the	nation’s	largest	law	firms.	

We are committed to the continuous development of our
people and of the resources essential to delivering effective
and distinctive legal services worldwide.
Cincinnati
The	Cincinnati	office	represents	
some of the most widely recognized
companies in the Greater Cincinnati
region, including media giant The
E.W. Scripps Company, a client of
the Firm for more than 80 years; The
Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati,
an integrated healthcare delivery
system including several hospitals and the physicians of Alliance
Primary Care; and RBC Capital Markets, one of the state’s leading
underwriters of public sector debt securities.

Our	Cincinnati	office’s	lawyers	handle	a	wide	array	of	matters	in	our	
major	practice	areas,	including	mergers	and	acquisitions,	finance,	
securities, real estate, litigation and arbitration, employment and
labor, and healthcare regulation.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Fifth Third Bank
—	 Georgia-Pacific	
— Key Bank
— Scripps Networks Interactive
— The E.W. Scripps Company
— University Hospital

Cleveland
For nine decades, attorneys have
served Cleveland companies and
the community. The Firm serves the
region’s traditional industrial base,
while representing leading compa-
nies in the service sector—now the
area’s largest and fastest growing
business sector.

Nearly 200 Cleveland attorneys counsel multinational manufacturers,
retailers,	real	estate	developers,	financial	services	companies	and	
other businesses on their global transactions, corporate governance,
labor negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, antitrust, intellectual
property,	environmental	and	other	matters.		The	office	also	has	long-
standing experience in some unusual practice areas, including media
and communications law and sports law.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Eaton Corporation
— The Progressive Corporation
— KeyCorp
— University Hospitals
Columbus
                                  Baker Hostetler is one of the largest
                                  law	offices	represented	in	the	
                                  Columbus area with more than
                                  60 attorneys practicing in all major
                                  areas of the law and is widely recog-
                                  nized as one of the city’s leading full
                                  service	corporate	and	litigation	firms.		
                                  We provide counsel to diverse clients
                                  in matters related to employment and
labor,	business	and	finance,	healthcare,	securities	and	mutual	funds,	
employee	benefits,	estate	planning	and	tax,	class	actions,	intellectual	
property,	and	real	estate	finance	and	development.		

The	Columbus	office	of	Baker	Hostetler	represents	several	of	
Central Ohio’s preeminent businesses, providing counsel to auto-
mobile manufacturers, insurance companies, transit authorities,
healthcare service providers, municipalities, retailers, distributors,
manufacturers and energy enterprises. A recognized leader in law
firm	diversity	initiatives,	the	Columbus	office	laid	the	groundwork	for	
expanded	diversity	programs	in	all	of	the	Firm’s	offices.		

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Cardinal Health Inc.
— Ford Motor Company
— Greif, Inc.
— OhioHealth
— State Farm

Denver
                                Our	Denver	office	serves	clients	
                                engaged in many industries, includ-
                                ing oil and gas, construction, real
                                estate, commercial banking, media
                                and cable communications, and ho-
                                tels and resorts, among others. The
                                client	base	of	our	Denver	office	has	
                                continued to expand from the Denver
                                metropolitan area to the rest of the
state of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region and is truly national
in scope.

In keeping with the Firm’s tradition of community service, the at-
torneys	in	the	Denver	office	are	active	in	state,	city	and	community	
affairs. Our lawyers and staff participate in activities including the
Denver Rescue Mission Adopt-a-Family Program, the Salvation Army
School Supply Drive, and the Buildable Hours Program for Habitat for
Humanity.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Dish Network
— State Farm Insurance
— The Western Sugar Cooperative
— Union Carbide Corporation
— Uranium Resources
— Wells Fargo Bank
Houston
The	Houston	office	of	Baker	Hostetler	
provides comprehensive legal service
to clients locally, nationally and globally.
Our experience and resources match
the market’s position as a worldwide
center for energy, trade, real estate and
manufacturing.

As Houston continues to grow and diversify, so does the Houston
office’s	client	base.	The	office	represents	clients	in	many	industries,	
including major energy and shipping companies, energy services
companies,	offshore	drilling	companies,	the	financial	lending	divisions	
of FORTUNE	500	companies,	major	automobile	manufacturers,	
healthcare providers and computer and biotechnology companies.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Bayer Corporation
— Chevron
— Schlumberger

Los Angeles
The	Los	Angeles	office	of	Baker	
Hostetler serves the region’s vibrant
industries, including technology, energy,
real estate, entertainment, media,
transportation	and	hospitality.	The	office	
provides these and other industries
with comprehensive legal counsel in
our primary practice areas and clients
benefit	from	the	resources,	knowledge	and	experience	of	a	national	
firm	without	sacrificing	the	focus	of	a	local	office.

The client base includes many national and international corporations
doing business in the Southern California area. Our clients are
engaged in a variety of businesses including manufacturing, shipping,
personal services, real estate development, oil and gas exploration,
insurance, retailing, media and entertainment, international trade,
automobile	assembly	and	sales,	Internet	and	media	and	nonprofit.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— Eaton Corporation
— International Paper Company
— PPG Industries
— Trammell Crow Company
New York
                               The	New	York	office	has	formidable	
                               and rapidly expanding capabilities in its
                               litigation and business practices includ-
                               ing securities litigation and regulatory
                               enforcement, business crimes and
                               corporate investigations, corporate,
                               intellectual property and real estate. We
                               represent local, national and global enti-
                               ties on matters ranging from complex
international transactions to criminal and regulatory investigations.

Our diverse client base ranges from FORTUNE	500	companies	and	
large	private	equity	funds	to	financial	institutions,	investment	banks	
and smaller closely held businesses. Our client base crosses into
virtually every industry sector from Wall Street to Main Street, in-
cluding	life	sciences,	media,	energy,	financial	services,	technology,	
e-commerce and manufacturing.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— BNY Mellon
— Credit Suisse First Boston
— Deutsche Bank
—	 Gruner	+	Jahr	AG	&	Co.
— Irving Picard as trustee for Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities
— New York Life Insurance Company
—	 Pfizer
— Scripps Networks/Food Network
— Siemens
— Sony
— United States Polo Association
— Universal Music Group/Island Def Jam Records

Orlando
                               Located in one of the world’s leading
                               vacation and resort destinations, the
                               Orlando	office	of	Baker	Hostetler	has	
                               become a leader in hospitality and real
                               estate law and is equally committed to
                               the area’s burgeoning commercial sec-
                               tor.		The	office’s	litigation,	employment,	
                               tax and business capabilities support
                               both new and growing businesses.

The	office	serves	as	global	counsel	to	some	of	the	world’s	leading	
hotel and resort developers and operators, with lawyers who are
experienced in handling matters ranging from simple agreements to
complex	transactions,	including	sophisticated	financing,	major	acqui-
sitions, mixed-use projects, developments of regional impact, land
use planning and permitting, construction, licensing, tax planning, and
project disposition.

Market leading clients we counsel:
— American Resort Development Association
— CHEP
— Ericsson Inc.
— Hyatt Corporation
— Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
— Orlando Magic
— Pentair, Inc.
— Sprint Nextel Corporation
— Wells/Wachovia
Washington, D.C.
In Washington, D.C., Baker Hostetler
represents the governmental and
corporate concerns of domestic and
foreign clients. Our legislative attor-
neys and advisors include former U.S.
Congressmen	and	government	officials	
with decades of experience serving in
Congress or with various federal
agencies and departments.

Clients	of	the	Washington,	D.C.,	office	range	from	multinational	
corporations in the transportation, aviation, hospitality and manufac-
turing industries to major media organizations, professional sports
entities,	healthcare	providers,	numerous	nonprofit	organizations	and	
trade associations, a wide range of business entities, large and small,
and prominent individuals and families.
Market leading clients we counsel:
— Colgate-Palmolive
— Major League Baseball
— Federated Investors
— Southern Company
Still Asking
 “Why
    Baker
 Hostetler?”
Where else would you have the
opportunity to work with clients who
—	 Finished	in	the	Top	10	in	the	Indianapolis	500	in	2005	&	
   2006
—	 Bring	us	America’s	#1	pastime—baseball
— Earned Grammy Award and Academy of Country Music
   nominations	&	awards
— Include best-selling author John Grisham and former
   First Lady Barbara Bush


Where else would you have the
opportunity to work with lawyers who
— Serve as court-appointed trustee to recover funds for
   victims of the Madoff Ponzi scheme, who has recovered
   in	excess	of	$1	billion	in	Madoff-related	assets	to	date
— Prevailed in a trademark case brought by Ralph Lauren
— Represent, pro bono, the William J. Clinton Foundation
   HIV/AIDS	Initiative	&	WITNESS,	an	international	human	
   rights organization
—	 Completed	one	of	the	largest	industrial	project	financing	
   deals in the United States
— Represented the broker’s assistant who was a key
   witness in the Martha Stewart criminal trial
About Baker Hostetler
Established in 1916 by Newton D. Baker, U.S.
Secretary of War during World War I and former
Mayor of Cleveland, Baker Hostetler is one of the
nation’s top 100 law firms with 600 attorneys. With
offices in 10 U.S. cities across four time zones,
Baker Hostetler is a multi-disciplinary firm, with
11 practice groups and 55 areas of practice strength,
which helps clients establish, maintain and protect
market-leading positions across the United States
and around the world.
Office	Recruiting	Coordinators
Cincinnati
Kimberlee	Nickolas	      513.929.3480	   knickolas@bakerlaw.com
Cleveland
Kylie	Wilhelmy	          216.861.7479	   kwilhelmy@bakerlaw.com
Columbus
Jeanie	Fulton	           614.462.4703	   jfulton@bakerlaw.com
Denver
Maureen Herschberger     303.764.4130	   mherschberger@bakerlaw.com
Houston
Elizabeth	Turney	        713.276.1647	   eturney@bakerlaw.com
Los Angeles
Paula	Schwartz	          310.442.8858	   pschwartz@bakerlaw.com
New York
James	Coffman	           212.589.4257	   jcoffman@bakerlaw.com
Orlando
Kelly	Searcy	            407.649.3929	   ksearcy@bakerlaw.com
Washington, D.C.
Ettastine	Williams	      202.861.1697	   ewilliams@bakerlaw.com	
Firmwide
Dee	Driscole	            216.861.7092	   ddriscole@bakerlaw.com



Hiring Partners
Cincinnati
Ted	Martin	              513.929.3416	   tmartin@bakerlaw.com
Cleveland
Ron	Stepanovic	          216.861.7397	   rstepanovic@bakerlaw.com
Columbus
Dan	Guttman	             614.462.4740	   dguttman@bakerlaw.com
Denver
Rebecca	Alexander	       303.764.4062	   ralexander@bakerlaw.com
Houston
Sameer	Mohan	            713.646.1309	   smohan@bakerlaw.com
Los Angeles
Bruce	Greene	            310.442.8834	   bgreene@bakerlaw.com
New York
Ona	Wang	                212.589.4254	   owang@bakerlaw.com
Orlando
Alberto	S.	Bustamante	   407.540.7900	   abustamante@bakerlaw.com	
Washington, DC
Tom	McDonald	            202.861.1664	   tmcdonald@bakerlaw.com
Firmwide
Ronald	S.	Okada	         216.861.7645	   rokada@bakerlaw.com	
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