Faegre Baker & Daniels LLP
Gold Corporate Partner
Who We Are
Faegre Baker Daniels is a full-service law firm providing business solutions to local, national and international organizations.
- 750+ legal and consulting professionals
- Corporate, litigation and regulatory services
- 85+ practice areas and industry segments
- 14 locations in the United States, United Kingdom and China
- Partner with clients ranging from emerging startups to multinational corporations
- Ranked among the top 10 national law firms for client service by BTI Consulting Group
Learn more at FaegreBD.com.
Our Commitment to Advancing Women
Faegre Baker Daniels believes that leveraging diverse perspectives creates a strategic advantage for our clients. We are committed to advancing women in the legal industry and beyond through inclusive firm policies and processes, our Women’s Forum for Achievement, and partnerships with impactful organizations. We’re proud to collaborate with NAWBO to strengthen and support women leaders in business.
Our Women’s Forum for Achievement builds upon our collective intellectual capital to ensure Faegre Baker Daniels is a place where women develop their careers, practices and networks.
Amie Peele Carter is passionate about helping clients create, protect and leverage value through their brands and other intellectual property.
—“Central Indiana’s women business owners possess unparalleled energy and enthusiasm for their companies’ initiatives. I appreciate NAWBO-Indy because it connects me with these women and provides opportunities for me to support them and their businesses.”
Susan Kline enjoys the challenge of supporting businesses of all sizes in complying with their legal requirements as employers while maintaining positive employee relations.
—“I value the opportunity NAWBO provides to learn about the amazing accomplishments of fellow women business owners and share ideas about how we can work together to promote our shared success.”
Teresa Griffin is a family law lawyer who helps clients protect their assets—especially their business interests—which they have built (and will build) over time in anticipation of and during periods of personal crisis.
—“I support NAWBO-Indy because it is a beacon of education, resources and collective empowerment for women as they develop their enterprises for the betterment of society.”
Mallory Korpalski helps business leaders launch, finance, govern and grow their companies.
—“NAWBO Indy is a great resource to connect women business owners, business leaders and service providers as we all work to accomplish our goals.”
Kayla Britton represents the interests of corporate debtors, creditors and other interested parties in situations of insolvency or financial distress. Kayla also works with clients who are interested in purchasing assets from distressed companies.
—“NAWBO Indy supports women in developing their business strategies and is a great resource to allow female entrepreneurs to connect with other like-minded women and business advisors.”
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