Baker & Hostetler LLP
• "A diverse, cutting-edge work environment"
• "People are generally friendly, relaxed and reasonable"
• "Great hands-on experience"
• "There are some growing pains"
• "Little formal training"
• "As we've gotten bigger, it's been a challenge to retain our culture"
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:
A Cleveland native with a largely domestic focus, Baker Hostetler has involved itself in a number of cases that shaped America over the past 96 years. The firm maintains the requisite laundry list of BigCorp clients as well as a small yet respectable lobbying practice.
Hailing from the Forest City
Baker Hostetler, founded in 1916 on the strength of a $1,500 investment by three lawyers, has developed into a Cleveland staple. With specialties in tax, litigation, business, intellectual property and employment law, the firm boasts a rich history. Major achievements include reorganizing Major League Baseball’s American League, representing the village of Euclid, Ohio, in its landmark zoning case against Ambler Realty, and playing a pivotal role in “The Great Chicago Water Steal” case involving 13 states, the Chicago Sanitary District, and a lot of H20.Become a Gold Member or Log in to read the entire Scoop
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