Baylie M. Fry
Baylie Fry focuses her practice on business and intellectual property litigation in both state and federal court. Her practice covers shareholder rights, fiduciary duty claims, misappropriation of trade secrets, tort claims, complex financial and contract disputes, and other matters. Baylie’s experience includes handling all aspects of litigation, including dispositive motion drafting, the discovery process, and oral arguments.
Baylie also represents small and mid-size businesses, and public health care agencies, on corporate and health care matters, including day-to-day business operations and regulations, advising them on corporate structure and acquisition, and drafting and negotiating agreements.
Prior to joining the firm, Baylie attended the University of Central Florida, graduating with summa cum laude honors. Thereafter, Baylie attended Emory University School of Law, where she served as the Special Content Editor and Technical Editor of the Emory International Law Review, overseeing the editing and publication of legal scholarship in four online issues.
Baylie is active in various Bar Associations. She serves as the Co-Chair of the YLD Women in the Profession Committee, the Co-Chair of the Sponsorship Subcommittee to the YLD Litigation Committee, and is a member of the YLD Leadership Academy Class of 2016. Baylie also serves as a Co-Chair to the New Lawyers and Law Student Committee to the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
- Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2015
- Emory International Law Review Excellent Editorial Board Member Award
- Special Content Editor and Technical Editor, Emory International Law Review
- Lamar Inn of Court, Student (2013–2015)
- Student Co-Chair to the Atlanta Council of Young Lawyers (2014–2015)
- University of Central Florida, 2015
- Summa cum laude
- Georgia Court of Appeals, 2016
- Georgia Supreme Court, 2016
- United States Northern District of Georgia, 2015
- United States Middle District of Georgia, 2016
Professional or Trade Affiliations/Memberships
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Atlanta Bar Association
- Member, Korean American Bar Association
- Member, Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Member, Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
- A Reasoned Proposition to a Perilous Problem: Creating a Government Agency to Remedy the Emphatic Failure of Notified Bodies in the Medical Device Industry, 22 Willamette J. Int’l L. & Disp. Resol. 161 (2014).
- The Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Course on Metadata & Cloud-Computing: A Proactive Advancement to Avoiding Inadvertent Disclosures, Charlotte L. Rev. (forthcoming 2015).
- Overview of the Amended FRCP: A Look at What’s Changing and How, Nat’l Bus. Inst. (Nov. 20, 2015) (co-author).
- The Importance of Involvement in the YLD as a Beginning Lawyer 57 Ga. YLD Spring Newsl. 6 (2016).
- Co-Chair, YLD Women in the Profession Committee (2016–2017)
- Sponsorship Co-Chair, YLD Litigation Committee (2016–2017)
- Communications Co-Chair, YLD Litigation Committee (2015–2016)
- Class of 2016 Member, YLD Leadership Academy
- New Lawyers & Law Student Committee, Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association (2015–2017)