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Quarles & Brady opens office in Indianapolis with Frost Brown litigation team


Four litigators from Frost Brown Todd are opening a new office in Indianapolis as partners of Quarles & Brady, along with another lawyer who formerly was a partner at Krieg DeVault.

D. Linden Barber, who serves as director of Drug Enforcement Administration compliance and litigation for Quarles, within the firm’s health law practice group, is relocating from the firm’s Washington, D.C., office to be managing partner for Indianapolis.

“I joined Quarles, several years ago, knowing the firm’s core strengths could one day be a great benefit to the business community of Indianapolis,” said Barber in a law firm press release. “That day is here. It’s great to hit the ground running with our key local talent, not to mention the depth of our nearly 500 attorneys across the country.”

The new office is the ninth for Quarles & Brady, which has also grown in Chicago and Florida in recent years.

The Milwaukee Business Journal has a story about the new Indy office.

See also:

ABAJournal.com: “Quarles & Brady plans continued growth in Midwest and Florida, new chair says”

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