Video Library


Barnes & Thornburg attorneys provide commentary on any number of critical issues that affect clients and potential clients. Below are a select number of videos where our attorneys are discussing interesting legal topics or introducing our various offices. 

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Barnes & Thornburg LLP: A National, Full-Service Law Firm - A solid strategy focused on growth and client service, balanced with a stellar staff and dedicated attorneys, continues to position Barnes & Thornburg for success.

Our Atlanta Office - In Atlanta, the secret to Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s success is its people, says Stuart Johnson, office managing partner.

Our Chicago Office - Mark Rust says our Chicago office is not a typical stuffy law office and is a nice blend of experience, service and value.

Our Columbus Office - Working from a Midwest vantage point can work in clients’ favor, says Bill Nolan, managing partner of the Columbus office.

Our Delaware Office - Working as a team to help clients do the right thing for their businesses is the Delaware office’s focus, says David Powlen, office managing partner.

Our Elkhart Office - What drives our attorneys in Elkhart? Being responsive and taking care of business, says Scott Troeger.

Our Fort Wayne Office - High energy plus business savvy means we are totally about helping clients’ businesses and our law firm grow, says Randy Brown, managing partner in the Fort Wayne office.

Our Indianapolis Office - Brian Burdick talks about making a difference for our clients and providing top client service.

Our Los Angeles Office - David Allen says Los Angeles is perfect fit for firm's enterprising and cost-conscious service model.

Our Minneapolis Office - Connie Lahn talks about what makes the firm's Minneapolis office a great place to work.

Our South Bend Office - Developing strong relationships with clients is the South Bend office’s bread and butter, says Phil Faccenda.