Ace Daily Photo 4.18.2013 Bingham Law cuts the ribbon in Lexington

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4.18.2013

Bingham Law Cuts the Ribbon in Lexington (at the ribbon cutting were: Gov. Steve Beshear; Attorney General Jack Conway; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto; Bob Quick, president and CEO, Commerce Lexington; Jay Zimmerman, chairman, Bingham McCutchen; L. Tracee Whitley, chief operating officer, Bingham McCutchen).

Photos by Lisa Kindel
Today was the ribbon cutting for Bingham McCutchen law firm in Lexington. (Lexington hosted a brass band welcome on September 20, 2012 when they announced the decision to locate global headquarters in the bluegrass.)

Bingham Chairman Jay Zimmerman said the new facility, designed by DC-based architects Lehman Smith MacLeish and built out by Lexington-based Congleton-Hacker, will eventually house approximately 250 employees. He welcomed those gathered with, “Today is about tomorrow at Bingham,” adding that he loved the strengths of Lexington as a diverse college town with a commitment to lifelong learning.

UK President Eli Capilouto drew a laugh when he said, “today will be the only day UK celebrates with orange.”

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto drew a laugh from Governor Beshear and the crowd when he said, “today will be the only day UK celebrates with orange.”

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