Faegre Baker Daniels Makes Leadership Changes

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Murray Clark and Kathy Osborn Murray Clark and Kathy Osborn

Faegre Baker Daniels has announced a number of leadership transitions and strategic changes.

Murray Clark (pictured) is now leading the firm’s government advocacy group. He practices in several legal areas, including government and administrative law, where he has first-hand experience in understanding the legislative and administrative processes. His law practice experience includes land use, planning, zoning, development and other regulatory issues as well as financing. Clark previously led the firm’s Indianapolis office.

Kathy Osborn (pictured) has become Indianapolis office leader. She is a commercial litigator and trial attorney who represents clients in complex antitrust, corporate, class action, child protection, insurance, white collar and high-wealth fiduciary/estate/probate matters. Osborn represents businesses and individuals in state and federal courts and before enforcement agencies. She also is an active antitrust compliance counselor and co-chair of the firm’s antitrust and trade regulation practice. Her industry experience in antitrust spans food and agribusiness, automotive, construction, education, pharmaceuticals, health care, orthopedic and other medical products, insurance, retail, energy, utilities, sports, manufacturing and construction.

Scott Chinn is now leading the combined corporate public finance and public sector consulting practices, which includes the firm’s public-private partnership practice. He assists clients on public sector advice, transactions and litigation with an emphasis on infrastructure, procurement, regulatory, economic development and finance. He also teaches and lectures on constitutional law.

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