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Lindquist & Vennum Health Law Practice Named “Legal Dream Team” by Minnesota Business

10.30.13

Lindquist & Vennum LLP is pleased to announce that the firm’s Health Law practice received the award for “Business Partner Dream Team - Law Firm” at Minnesota Business magazine’s 2013 Leaders in Health Care Awards. David Melloh, chair of Lindquist’s Health Law practice, received the award on behalf of the firm.

The Leaders in Health Care awards recognize individuals and organizations leading the charge in Minnesota’s world-class health care industry. They honor excellent patient care, outstanding leadership, and thoughtful innovation. The Business Partners Dream Teams are known as partners in strategic professional services that have helped guide and support health care organizations with notable success.

In addition to Melloh, the Lindquist Health Law practice is comprised of attorneys Paul Thissen, and John Soshnik. The team’s clients range from multi-facility integrated systems, to physician group practices, and from multinational third-party payers to ACOs. They have worked on projects and transactions across the nation, including recent engagements for the Henry Ford Health System (Michigan), the INTEGRIS system (Oklahoma), and Palmetto Health (South Carolina). 

"We are truly honored to be recognized in this manner alongside so many accomplished organizations dedicated to the improvement of health care in the Twin Cities community," said Melloh. “Lindquist’s Health Law practice has experienced numerous successes over the years. It has been rewarding to lead such a talented and supportive team of people who continuously strive to provide the highest level of client service."

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