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bott

(bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.
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A spokesman for Baker Botts said the firm "took the appropriate and ethical action under the circumstances.
Lyman brings a wealth of experience on issues that demand a thorough knowledge of the complexities of the financing needs facing our clients daily," said Baker Botts Managing Partner Andrew Baker.
The skills in this area of the law that Edward and Andrew bring to our firm establish our New York office as a new cornerstone of our arbitration practice to which clients can turn with extreme confidence for resolving disputes favorably in key markets around the world," said Baker Botts Managing Partner Andrew Baker.
Bob has provided invaluable service to our firm and has made a significant contribution in moving our strategic plan forward," said Baker Botts Managing Partner Andrew Baker.
Thomas Botts comes to Denihan from New York-based Hudson Crossing, LLC, a strategic advisory firm that he co-founded in 2007 to help business owners raise the financial performance of their travel, tourism and hospitality assets.
Unfortunately, Botts died in 1962, never receiving appreciation or reaping money for his invention.
Ward is one of three recent strategic additions to the senior management team at Baker Botts.
In total, eight Baker Botts partners participated in the event including Steven Miles, Mark Rowley, Russell Wilkinson, Tom Moore, Kevin Keenan, John White, Sean Korney and Jason Bennett.
17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennifer Queen, who has extensive experience in developing and managing law firm recruiting and development teams, joined Baker Botts L.
HOUSTON, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Baker Botts L.
Botts spent 25 years on Wall Street both with Goldman Sachs and UBS where he was a Managing Director in corporate finance.
HOUSTON, March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In a related series of management changes, Baker Botts today named Jamie Baker as chair and Jason Bennett as deputy chair of the firm's Global Projects department, and John Taladay as the new Partner in Charge of its Washington office.