Lindquist & Vennum Lawyers Named to Super Lawyers in Minnesota
Lindquist & Vennum is pleased to announce that 33 of its lawyers have been named to the 2014 Minnesota Super Lawyers list, with an additional 20 lawyers being selected as 2014 Minnesota Rising Stars, a distinction recognizing top up-and-coming lawyers.
Along with being named to the Super Lawyers list, Terrence Fleming and Karen Schreiber were listed among the "Top 100" Minnesota lawyers, a prestigious listing that acknowledges the attorneys that received the highest point totals in the Minnesota nomination, research and review process. Schreiber was also recognized as one of the "Top 50" Minnesota women lawyers.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
The following attorneys from the firm's Minneapolis office are listed on the 2014 Minnesota Super Lawyers list in the categories indicated below:
- David A. Allgeyer, Intellectual Property Litigation
- Frank B. Bennett, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Jonathan M. Bye, Business Litigation
- Robert F. Collins, Estate & Probate
- John Ekman, Business Litigation
- Terrence J. Fleming, Business Litigation
- Bryan R. Freeman, Insurance Coverage
- LB Guthrie, Real Estate
- Robert J. Hartman, Employee Benefits
- Wallace G. Hilke, Business Litigation
- Richard Ihrig, Business Litigation
- Mark A. Jacobson, Business Litigation
- John Laravuso, Business Litigation
- Mark D. Larsen*, Criminal Defense: White Collar
- Bruce H. Little, Intellectual Property Litigation
- James M. Lockhart*, Business Litigation
- James A. Lodoen, Bankruptcy: Business
- James McCarthy, Business Litigation
- Robert A. McLeod, Estate & Probate
- Charles P. Moorse, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Eric J. Nystrom, Business Litigation
- Randall J. Pattee, General Litigation
- Mark R. Privratsky, Intellectual Property Litigation
- David L. Sasseville, Business Litigation
- Karen L. Schreiber, Family Law
- Samuel J.H. Sigelman*, Creditor Debtor Rights
- George H. Singer, Bankruptcy: Business
- Robert E. Tunheim, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Daryle L. Uphoff, Bankruptcy: Business
- Mavis J. Van Sambeek, Estate & Probate
- William P. Wassweiler, Bankruptcy: Business
- Thomas J. Woessner, Estate & Probate
The Rising Stars list in Minnesota recognizes the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state—those who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. The following attorneys from the firm's Minneapolis office are listed on the 2014 Minnesota Rising Stars list in the categories indicated below:
- Adam Ballinger, Bankruptcy: Business
- Michael P. Boulette, Family Law
- K. Jon Breyer, Business Litigation
- Marnie L. DeWall, Employment & Labor
- Mark C. Dietzen, Banking
- Mark S. Enslin, Business Litigation
- Christopher A. Grgurich, Securities Litigation
- Kirstin D. Kanski, Creditor/Debtor Rights
- Kelly G. Laudon, Business Litigation
- Lindsey E. Middlecamp*, General Litigation
- Brittany Stephens Pearson, Family Law
- Daniel N. Sacco, Business Litigation
- Christopher R. Smith, Intellectual Property Litigation
- Chad A. Stewart, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Chris Sullivan, Intellectual Property Litigation
- Maggie M. Tatton*, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Robin R. Tutt*, Estate & Probate
- Karla M. Vehrs, Business Litigation
- Richelle M. Wahi, Family Law
- Sarah Zach*, Real Estate
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