April 19, 2007

Amy Judge-Prein Joins Life Sciences Practice Group

Amy Judge-Prein has joined Baker & Daniels LLP as counsel, concentrating her practice on regulatory matters for the law firm's growing number of life sciences clients.

Before joining Baker & Daniels, Judge-Prein served as Associate General Counsel with Eli Lilly and Company. In more than 11 years practicing with Lilly, she was lead legal counsel for developing and marketing numerous products, including negotiating label and advertising issues with global regulators and competitors. Judge-Prein also served as counsel for many types of clinical trials, spanning thousands of patients, dozens of countries and partnerships with government and academic institutions.

"We're very excited that Amy is joining our team," said Patrick S. Cross, leader of Baker & Daniels' life sciences practice group. "She brings years of experience in dealing with legal issues that are important to the success of life sciences companies. She'll be a great resource to our firm and clients."

Prior to Eli Lilly and Company, Judge-Prein practiced as an associate in the litigation department at Barnes & Thornburg. She also served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Sarah Evans Barker in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.

Judge-Prein graduated magna cum laude from Denison University and cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School.

Founded in 1863, Baker & Daniels LLP is one of Indiana's largest law firms. With more than 375 lawyers and consulting professionals, Baker & Daniels serves clients in regional, national and international business and litigation matters from offices in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend and Elkhart, Ind.; Washington, D.C.; and China. For more information about Baker & Daniels, visit www.bakerdaniels.com .

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