Ulmer Grows Business Department With Addition of New Associate

Ulmer & Berne LLP is proud to announce the addition of Kyle S. Baird to the firm’s Business Department. Baird will focus his practice on lending and commercial finance, mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets transactions.

“We are very pleased to have Kyle join our growing business practice group,” said Howard M. Groedel, Group Leader of Ulmer’s Business Law Practice Group. “Kyle provides our group with additional finance and capital markets experience that will help Ulmer continue to deliver best-in-class legal services to our clients.”

Prior to joining Ulmer, Baird served as in-house counsel for an international investment bank, and worked as bond and underwriter counsel for a Global 100/Am Law 100 firm. He has extensive experience in structuring complex financing transactions for public and private entities in a variety of areas, including governmental, multifamily housing, health care, long-term care, higher education, and other nonprofit facilities. He also has experience representing clients in capital markets transactions, including advising investors regarding the syndication of state and federal low-income housing, historic, and energy tax credits.

Baird received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Law & Politics. He also served as a missionary on a two-year ecclesiastical mission in Vladivostok, Russia, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Ulmer’s Business Law Practice Group is dedicated to helping its clients achieve their full potential by combining legal experience with business acumen and creativity. The practice represents a wide variety of businesses, including public companies, private equity groups, venture funds and their portfolio companies, financial institutions, middle market companies, family offices, entrepreneurs, and emerging growth companies in national, international, and cross-border transactions.