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ANTITRUST PARTNER JOINS FENWICK TEAM Fenwick & West expanded its litigation team this week with the hire of Tyler Baker III, a big-ticket antitrust lawyer from Dallas. Baker, who started working on Fenwick business Sunday, said he had wanted to relocate to the Bay Area, and he called an old buddy from his days at Stanford Law School. That friend was Gordon Davidson, Fenwick’s chairman, who quickly recruited Baker. Baker has spent the past 20 years with Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, an 85-lawyer Dallas firm with a large contingent of litigators. “The area was very attractive,” said Baker, who is joining the firm as a partner. “Then the opportunity to practice with a firm that had a lot of excellent high-technology business was also something that was attractive.” At Carrington, Coleman, Baker was head of the firm’s antitrust practice and represented The Coca-Cola Co., Electronic Data Systems Corp., General Motors Corp. and Sears, Roebuck and Co. – Renee Deger MOFO TAPS NEW CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER Morrison & Foerster has hired Amanda Duckworth as its new chief marketing officer. Duckworth was most recently a partner and director of marketing communications at investment banking company Thomas Weisel Partners. She fills a position that was vacated when Carl Whitaker left MoFo in January to become vice president at Bothwell Marketing. MoFo said Duckworth would develop programs to enhance the visibility of all areas of the firm’s practices in each region where it does business. Her responsibilities include business development, strategic marketing, branding, advertising, client relations, internal communications and public relations. Prior to joining Thomas Weisel in 1999, Duckworth was director of marketing communications at Montgomery Securities. She began her career at Edelman Public Relations as an account executive and became general manager of the agency’s San Francisco office in 1992. She received her LL.B. degree from the University of Wales in 1979 and her solicitors diploma from the College of Law in London in 1980. – Brenda Sandburg

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