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Our Commitment. Our Future.

T H I S I S TA FT.


HAVE YOU NOTICED? The world has changed since Taft was founded in 1885. Today, Taft is constantly raising the bar and measuring itself against a hypothetically impossible standard to achieve – that of being the best in all that we do. Merely keeping pace is not an option at Taft. We have been and will continue to be agents of change in our quest to be the employer of choice in each of our markets. In today’s world, being a change agent means breaking down barriers that have impeded success and creating opportunities to fully reach individual and organizational goals. From our Diversity & Inclusion Fellowship Program to our industry-leading parental leave policy, Taft is working hard to ensure our attorneys and staff have successful and professionally rewarding careers. These programs and other key initiatives also help bring diversity of thought and perspective to how we deliver legal services. Our clients receive stronger legal counsel when we work in teams composed of attorneys with diverse backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences. Diversity and inclusion are not just words to us. In many ways, they are the intangible hallmark and fabric of who Taft is. To attract the best talent and to be the employer of choice in each of our markets, we must foster a highly respectful, collaborative and transparent workplace culture. Our culture is built upon our core values: integrity; quality of work; diversity and inclusiveness; a professional and caring workplace; and teamwork. Thank you for taking time to learn more about Taft. We are proud of our progress and we hope that others are inspired to do their part in pursuit of positive and uplifting change.

Robert J. Hicks Taft Chairman & Managing Partner

EVERY DAY, IN ALL THAT WE DO, we strive to create

a comprehensive “mindset of inclusiveness.” Taft has made great strides to be an organization that is so inclusive in its thinking and actions that we no longer need to talk about it. It just is. We see diversity as everything that makes each Taft team member who they are. Diversity is just one half of the equation, however. Inclusion makes our efforts whole. We use this mindset of inclusiveness to guide and refine our efforts toward a diverse culture that’s inclusive of race, gender, ethnicity, age, color, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation and sexual identity. Our efforts are not just aspirational. We want all Taft team members to be comfortable bringing their entire selves to work every day.

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We believe our individual backgrounds, perspectives and passions working optimally as a team will help us: 1. Meet and exceed client expectations. 2. Be an employer of choice in all of our markets by fostering professional and personal growth opportunities for all Taft team members. 3. Be leaders in the communities where we work and live. Creating an inclusive culture takes both commitment and action. We’re helping Taft team members, clients and the greater community identify and address implicit racial and gender bias. We’re cultivating diverse leadership and legal talent. We’re continuing our advocacy for LGBTQ equality, investing in resources for team members with families, including veterans and service members, and exploring new ways to support team members with disabilities. We’re also strengthening our common bonds through community groups, events and programs. The work of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Gender Advancement Committee is a key component of Taft’s strategic plan. We’re reinvigorating our commitment to ensure that a diverse workforce and an inclusive environment are valued at all levels of Taft. This is how we best serve our clients and provide rewarding careers for our attorneys and staff.

Adrian Thompson Janica Pierce Tucker

Tracy Betz

Sonya Jindal

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WE CONSTANTLY STRIVE to find new and better ways to Taft’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee guides the direction of our strategies across the firm and has a huge impact on driving results for our business and for our clients. The group helps to instill a sense of belonging to Taft by fostering an inclusive culture in which every employee is treated with respect and cultural sensitivity.

incorporate diversity and inclusion as meaningful components of who we are as an organization and how we do business. Diversity speaks to the differences within all of us—age, race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc.

D&I Committee Co-Chairs Adrian Thompson and Janica Pierce Tucker

Taft’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee was reinvigorated in 2015 as part of the firm’s strategic plan to drive the firm’s ongoing commitment. Sixteen attorneys and senior staff from across offices meet regularly to form strategic initiatives and to monitor Taft’s commitment to diversity and inclusion efforts. The committee looks for ways to enhance diversity and inclusion in the firm, to best staff our client matters, to interact with our client organizations and professional associations and to impact the communities where we live. Taft’s Mentoring/Championing Program is a career development tool, where diverse associates are each matched with a partner “champion” mentor. Together they work to develop each mentee’s roadmap for longterm career satisfaction and success. Thirteen associates participated in the launch of the program in 2016. The first program was successful, and feedback from the participants will help guide and refine the program to make it even more successful as we expand it across all offices.

Taft’s Gender Advancement Committee develops, promotes and advances women attorneys within Taft, the legal profession and the community. The Three of Taft’s Summer Associates committee, which includes women and men, also oversees of Taft’s gender DIVERSITY &all INCLUSION / GENDER ADVANCEMENT / DIVERSITY & INCLUSION / GENDER ADVANCEMENT / DIVERSITY & INCLUSION / GENDER ADVANCEMENT / initiatives, including the firm’s women affinity group in “I WAS DRAWN TO TAFT BECAUSE each office. THE FIRM PROVIDES ME WITH AN OPPORTUNITY TO GROW MY BUSINESS LITIGATION PRACTICE WHILE WORKING WITH SOME OF THE BEST LEGAL MINDS IN THE CITY.” –Derrick M. Thompson, Jr.

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Taft’s Diversity & Inclusion Retreat L-R: Rita McNeil Danish, Missia Vaselaney, Donnell Bell, Graham Grady, Adrian Thompson, Phil Bautista, Janica Pierce Tucker and Stacia Buechler Not pictured: Susan Kilkenny, Chou-il Lee, Kathy Major, Joe Pickens, Mary Rust, Kim Walberg and Lisa Watson

Taft’s Gender Advancement Retreat L-R: Cara Johnson, Jeff Kirk, Lindi Vernick, Amelia Workman Farago, Tammara Porter, Heather Blankenship, Brandi Weekley, Theresa Bragg, Carrie Hall, Jeanne Cors, Celia Kilgard-Schnupp, Jessica Mager, Payal Keshvani, Caitlin Graham Felvus, Brian Weinthal, Valerie Talkers, Sonya Jindal, Victoria Nilles and Tracy Betz Not pictured: Erin Cordier, Julie Crocker, and Rob McDonald

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Taft’s Diversity & Inclusion Fellowship Program was launched in 2016, whereby six Midwest law school students from historically-underrepresented ethnic and/or racial minority groups are awarded a paid 10-week summer program and a one-time signing bonus if successful in their first year to return for a second year summer associate position at Taft.

The sustainability of our firm fuels our actions. Taft recruits law students from diverse backgrounds by working with student organizations and attending job fairs and workshops to seek exceptional candidates to explore Taft’s culture, with the goal of them joining a Taft office upon law school graduation.

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Lessons LEARN E D IMPLICIT BIAS HAPPENS AUTOMATICALLY, when our brain is triggered to make quick judgments and assessments of people and situations due to the influences of our background. The stories of some are lessons for us all. “I was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., by a single mother. We lived in the projects and received public aid while my mom studied to become a nurse. During the summers, I spent time with my aunt and uncle who showed me photos of their annual trip to Bermuda. With its blue ocean and pink sand, it looked like the most beautiful place on earth. I knew then that I wanted to go to Bermuda with them. And I told them so. My aunt said that if I worked hard, Kim R. did well in school and helped my mom, they Walberg, would take me to Bermuda when I reached age Litigation seven. I learned at that moment that when you want something in life, you have to work for it. Partner, Since then, other goals have included going to Chicago Harvard, becoming a lawyer, arguing my first case and making partner. The implicit bias I face as a female litigator comes from judges, opposing counsel, clients and even colleagues. They look at me and think I am too soft and gentle to really fight. They form this opinion without knowing anything about my background or how hard I have worked to get here. They know nothing of the obstacles I have overcome. They don’t see my battle scars. They soon come to learn, however, that I am a fearless advocate. Although I may not always win, I give my all to every case, every client, every day. I have been practicing that since I was seven.” “Times have changed since I graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 1983. Thirty years ago I became accustomed to being the only African-American in business meetings. As a young boy, I watched my Uncle Ben who was an attorney and the go-to guy for anyone seeking a respected opinion. He fed my early interest in social justice and people empowerment. My parents came “up from the south” in the Great Migration, as did six Graham C. million African-Americans. My mother’s family Grady, immigrated to America from Barbados through Ellis Island in the early 20th century. I learned Real Estate trailblazing qualities from them, which help me Partner, today. DIVERSITY & INCLUSION / GENDER ADVANCEMENT / DIVERSITY & INCLUSION Chicago Today, I am confident in my educational background and skill sets. It is a source of pride for me and also an incentive to be at my best at all times, as some people operate from negative stereotypes, which I seek to uncover and dispel. One of my mentors owns and operates a highly successful real estate development firm that I have represented for over 20 years. We have developed a close working relationship such that I can now speak very frankly, even when I think my client has an idea that I believe is a bad one. My client now counts on me for such candor. It’s a trait I learned from my family. I have passed it on to my twin daughters.”

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“I was born in Cleveland to Korean immigrants. Growing up, I was a typical American kid, focused on Cleveland sports teams, my friends and family. But in every setting, I was one of a handful of Asian students. The same is true in my professional life today. Taft is making strides supporting and empowering individuals with diverse backgrounds, and I am proud to help champion our goals. I know firsthand the impact a lack of understanding can have. Chou-il Lee, Imagine how incredulous it feels to have Litigation people I meet tell me how surprised they are Partner, that I speak English so well, based solely on my appearance. My wife is a Caucasian American. Indianapolis Our children reflect our combined heritage. It is astounding that people ask my wife if our own children are adopted. While no harm may have been meant, the inquiries have necessitated conversations with our children to explain that they truly do belong to Mommy and Daddy. I am heartened that our society is becoming more enlightened and aware of the biases inherent in all of us, and that we are all becoming accepting and embracing of people from diverse cultures. I know that as my children grow up, they will not face the questions that I did as they become active in school and in our hometown. I am proud to be a role model in this regard and to celebrate and honor what makes all of us different and special.” “My dad made me believe I could do anything I put my mind to, with no goal too large or too small. From an early age, he would tell me, “I can see you being a lawyer.” We have no lawyers anywhere in the family, yet that is the life path my dad saw me taking. Majoring in finance, I toyed with the investment world, even making a brief stop in banking right after college. But in the end, somehow my dad just knew, and he was right. To this day, I am not sure exactly what drew me to law, but here I am some 30 years later and I could not be happier. / IGENDER ADVANCEMENT / DIVERSITY & INCLUSION / recall the first day of law school, when my

Mary L. Rust, Estate Planning Partner, GENDER ADVANCEMENT Cincinnati

class was told we held the distinction of being the first 1L class in the history of the University of Cincinnati College of Law with more women than men. Proudly, I thought, “What a mark of progress.” Have we come a long way—yes. Do women and other traditionally underrepresented populations have a long way to go to succeed at the highest levels in a large law firm—yes again. I want to practice law where not everyone is like me. When our team can see that diversity is valued and they feel included, we come to work each day energized and equipped to produce the best results for our clients.”

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THE SUCCESS OF WOMEN AT TAFT is not just an ideal, it

is the reality. Our women attorneys lead and are heard in the firm. We participate in great numbers as partners, practice group chairs and/or co-chairs, as well as members of important firm committees. Our women associates co-lead gender advancement initiatives in each office, serve on several committees and are leaders among their peers. Many of our female attorneys are highly accomplished leaders outside the firm, giving their legal talents to community and professional organizations to help them prosper. Promoting the success of our women attorneys supports the success of Taft. The firm’s adoption of a one-class partnership structure in 2018 eliminated the equity and non-equity partner status in our firm, freeing younger income partners—female and male—to have a voice in the decision-making strategies at Taft. We are further energized and empowered to make a difference.

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Gender Advancement COM M I TTEE Gender Advancement Committee Co-Chairs Sonya Jindal and Tracy Betz

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TAFT’S GENDER ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE,

led by partners Tracy Betz and Sonya Jindal, was created to continue the development, retention and promotion of women attorneys within Taft, the legal profession and the community. The GAC works with the Executive Committee and individual office leadership to identify potential barriers to women’s successes in the firm, whether real or perceived, and create a plan to eliminate those barriers. The GAC and Taft attorneys host conferences and workshops and participate as speakers at industry events, putting our women’s initiatives at the forefront of our culture and creating a lasting impact on the culture of our firm. Modern Workplace Culture The GAC also focuses on creating a modern workplace culture that is inclusive, flexible and supportive of a strong work/life balance. Taft is a leader in the industry with its 16-week paid parental leave policy regardless of gender and

primary caregiver status, return from parental leave transition time, emergency child care, flexible work options and strong history of promoting women after one or more parental leaves. At Taft, we recognize the benefit of offering all of our attorneys, regardless of gender, the freedom of flexibility so they can work smarter and happier and provide their clients with both superior services and value. Providing this support for our attorneys is not only the right thing to do, it creates strong teams and strong leaders for our clients. We at Taft are proud of our efforts to be a leader in women’s advancement. Together, we are instilling confidence, exuding excellence and celebrating the capabilities of our women attorneys who are making a difference in the lives of our attorneys, clients and communities every day.

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42% 44% of our Executive Committee members are women

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of our practice group chairs or co-chairs are women

Best Lawyers, Benchmark Litigation, Chambers USA, Leading Lawyers and Super Lawyers recognitions for our women attorneys

Women of Taft Chicago enjoy an evening of socializing

Women, Minority and Veteran-Owned Businesses

Taft attorneys understand the unique needs of businesses owned and controlled by women, minorities and veterans. We have a practice that addresses the issues and a number of attorneys who have familiarity with specialized programs and processes designed to benefit women, minority and veteran-owned businesses. We help clients negotiate their way through the complex maze of applications and compliance processes necessary to obtain access to those programs. We also sponsor professional educational programs to benefit our female clients, and we participate in associations devoted to the advancement of women across multiple industries.

Taft Indianapolis’s Support Her Endeavors event

Women of Taft Dayton networking event at the Art Institute

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“I AM FORTUNATE TO BE PART OF AN ORGANIZATION THAT ENCOURAGES DIVERSITY AND IS IMPLEMENTING POLICIES AND FOSTERING AN ENVIRONMENT THAT WILL TRULY MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE HIRING AND PROMOTING OF TALENTED WOMEN.” –Brandi Weekley Taft’s 2017 Women’s Symposium

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Representative Diversity & Inclusion Association Involvement A Girl’s Gift African American Legacy of the Chicago Community Trust All Stars Project of Chicago Amani Children’s Foundation, Kenya, Africa Asian American Bar Association of Ohio Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Southwest and Central Ohio Chicago Urban League Cleveland Asian Festival Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law Cook County Bar Association DuSable Museum of African-American History Equality Ohio Good Neighbor House, Dayton Greater Cincinnati Minority Counsel Program Greater Cleveland Partnership Illinois State Bar Association John Mercer Langston Bar Association Just the Beginning Foundation Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Legal Aid Society of Cleveland Midwest Black Law Student Association Minority Corporate Counsel Association Minority Development Financing Advisory Board NAACP - Chicago Southside Branch National Association of Professional Women, Chicago Chapter National Bar Association National Coalition of 100 Black Women National Asian Pacific American Bar Association National Filipino American Lawyers Association National Minority Diversity Supplier Council Norman S. Minor Bar Association Ohio Diversity Council DIVERSITY & INCLUSION / GENDER ADVANCEMENT Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council Ohio Women’s Bar Association Philippine American Society of Ohio St. Herman House of Cleveland Taiwanese-American Professionals – Chicago The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio Women Lawyers of Franklin County

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION INVOLVEMENT comes naturally to Taft attorneys and is a way to maintain and nurture business relationships and deepen professional networks for our clients and for our firm.

Taft encourages attorneys to seek opportunities for meaningful community involvement to enrich their lives and positively impact our communities.

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“I AM PLEASED TO PARTICIPATE IN DOWNTOWN CINCINNATI INC. AND PROVIDE TIME AWAY FROM THE OFFICE TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY’S VITALITY.” –Donnell Bell


INVOLVED

Taft attorneys attend and are requested speakers and panelists at seminars devoted to diversity and inclusion topics and industry events that address the latest regulations critical to the advancement of our clients’ businesses.

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FLEXIBLE WORK arrangements that support greater

productivity and employee engagement while enhancing personal well-being, health and happiness are key at Taft. While we “Play to Win,” we also know that use of down time to support our families, our communities and industry associations is essential to our personal and professional well-being. The firm is implementing a program that will offer 24-hour emergency child care service for our attorneys. Our attorneys readily give of their time and talents in pursuits that nourish their spirit and bring happiness to others, too.

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“TAFT’S CULTURE ALLOWS ME THE FREEDOM TO BUILD AN IP LITIGATION PRACTICE WITHOUT MISSING MY KIDS’ ATHLETIC AND SCHOOL EVENTS.” –Jonathan Polak

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Keeping It REAL


Taft attorney Hayley Williams with her three adopted children and husband, Ryan. A healthcare attorney, Hayley helped influence Taft’s parental leave policy.

WORK LIFE BALANCE at Taft was

enhanced in 2017 with the adoption of a new industry-leading parental leave policy for our attorneys. All Taft birth or adoptive parent attorneys are provided with 16 weeks of paid parental leave. The policy applies regardless of gender, marital status or primary versus nonprimary caregiver status. The paid parental leave is available to Taft attorneys from the first day of employment at the firm. Taft Chicago partner Daniel Saeedi and his son Nicolás

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Taft attorney Jennifer Orr (right) with son Sebastian and wife Alexis

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Giving BAC K

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VOLUNTEERING our services

to those in need throughout our communities is important to the attorneys and staff at Taft. With more than 770 employees, there are countless opportunities for us to impact numerous social causes, educational institutions,

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chambers of commerce, military installations and charitable foundations. From charitable giving, pro bono legal services and community work, we willingly help, with open minds and hearts.

Clockwise from top L: Cincinnati Mayor’s Corporate Challenge; Cleveland St. Herman House; gift wrapping at an underprivileged school in Chicago; Indianapolis Make-A-Wish Request-A-Thon


As a firm, we devote countless pro bono hours on behalf of individuals and communities in need. We also volunteer our time with organizations that serve the needs of diverse communities, and many hold leadership roles within those organizations. • Cynthia Blank’s Growing Hearts through Art Program is named after Taft’s first female partner. The program helps inner city kids learn through art. • De Paul Cristo Rey High School students in Cincinnati intern at Taft. • Indiana Council of Legal Education Opportunity (ICLEO) is an intensive six-week study program offered to 30 minority or underprivileged people who are entering an Indiana law school. • Indianapolis Public School (IPS) 58, in partnership with United Way of Central Indiana, works with Taft in a law exploratory and career readiness program so inner-city students can learn about law careers and safety. • Taft Cleveland served more than 420 dinners to St. Herman House visitors in 2017.

• Taft was a founding member of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati (BLAC) Roundtable. • The Legal Aid Society of Columbus, the Columbus Bar Association and Columbus Bar Foundation jointly awarded Taft’s Columbus office with the 2017 Pro Bono Award for service by a firm or corporation. • Taft Dayton supports Access to Justice and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, which provides legal assistance in civil matters to help eligible low-income individuals and groups in western Ohio. • Taft Dayton “adopts” a family in need from the Salvation Army or Homefull. The office raises money for holiday gifts and food. • Taft volunteers at the Greater Chicago Food Depository, which serves over 678,000 people in Cook County every year through 650 pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.

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“FROM A RECRUITING PERSPECTIVE, TAFT’S FORWARD-THINKING MINDSET AND INDUSTRY-LEADING BENEFITS HELP TO ATTRACT TOP-NOTCH LAW STUDENT AND LATERAL CANDIDATES.” –Lisa Watson

Representative Charitable Causes Almost Home Kids Alternatives, Inc. Alzheimer’s Association American Lung Association Big Buddy/Little Buddy Program Boy Scouts of America Bridges of Faith Trialogue Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Advisory Council Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, Race Judicata Children’s Home of Cincinnati Christopher Elementary School, Chicago Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Thought Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion and Community Trust Committees Cleveland Municipal School District 3Rs Program Deaf Initiatives, Inc. Easter Seals Federation of Women Contractors Go Red for Women Greater Chicago Food Depository Hiram House Camp Hispanic American Construction Industry Association Huckleberry House JD Breast Cancer Foundation Jewish Education Center of Cleveland Legal Aid Societies National Diversity Council Partnership for Families Shriners Hospital for Children Sisters &ofINCLUSION Notre Dame DIVERSITY / GENDER ADVANCEMENT St. Vincent Family Centers The Chicago Community Trust The Hope Institute Learning Academy United Way Volunteer Lawyers for the Poor Women Employed, Chicago Women’s Leadership Council of the United Way of Central Ohio

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LEADERSHIP TEAM Adrian D. Thompson Co-Partner-in-Charge, Cleveland Taft Chief Diversity Officer Co-Chair, Taft Diversity & Inclusion Committee Member, Executive Committee athompson@taftlaw.com Janica Pierce Tucker Partner Co-Chair, Taft Diversity & Inclusion Committee jpierce@taftlaw.com Tracy N. Betz Partner Co-Chair, Gender Advancement Committee tbetz@taftlaw.com Sonya S. Jindal Partner Co-Chair, Gender Advancement Committee jindal@taftlaw.com

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