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Lindquist & Vennum Voted “Best New Business” by Sioux Falls Business Journal Readers

11.28.12

Lindquist & Vennum announced today that it was voted “2012 Best New Business” by readers of the Sioux Falls Business Journal and the Readers Choice Awards. The firm was also the runner up in the "Best Law Firm" category. The Sioux Falls Business Journal’s Readers Choice Awards recognize readers’ favorite area companies and business professionals. Business Journal readers cast more than 600 ballots in the eighth annual contest, determining this year’s list of winners in 50 categories. Lindquist & Vennum, with headquarters in Minneapolis and an office in Denver, opened the Sioux Falls office in March 2012.

Dennis O’Malley, the firm’s managing partner, remarks, “I credit being named “Best New Business” to our Sioux Falls colleagues and their strong relationships throughout the community. We are incredibly thankful for the warm reception by the business and civic community and look forward to being trusted advisors and invested neighbors for decades to come.”

Lindquist & Vennum’s 10 Sioux Falls attorneys serve the region in the areas of corporate and business law, trusts and estates law, financial institution law, and dispute resolution. The firm will move to permanent office space in the new Lumber Exchange Building at 101 S. Reid Street in late November.

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