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Twenty-Seven Lindquist & Vennum Attorneys Named 2011 Minnesota Super Lawyers

07.15.11

Lindquist & Vennum is pleased to announce that 27 of its attorneys have been named 2011 Minnesota Super Lawyers and will be recognized in upcoming issues of Minnesota Super Lawyers magazine, Twin Cities Business, and Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. 

Through a combination of independent research and peer nomination, the Super Lawyers process identifies lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 5 percent of Minnesota attorneys receive this honor. 

Lindquist & Vennum's 2011 Minnesota Super Lawyers include:

  • David A. Allgeyer
  • John J. Bowden
  • Jonathan M. Bye
  • Robert F. Collins
  • Terrence J. Fleming
  • LB Guthrie
  • Robert J. Hartman
  • Wallace G. Hilke
  • Richard Ihrig
  • Mark A. Jacobson
  • John J. Laravuso
  • Bruce H. Little
  • James A. Lodoen
  • James P. McCarthy
  • Robert A. McLeod
  • Charles P. Moorse
  • Eric J. Nystrom
  • Randall J. Pattee
  • Mark R. Privratsky
  • David L. Sasseville
  • Karen L. Schreiber
  • George H. Singer
  • Robert E. Tunheim
  • Mavis J. Van Sambeek
  • James R. Walston
  • William P. Wassweiler
  • Thomas J. Woessner

About Super Lawyers

Thomson Reuters, Legal publishes Super Lawyers magazines across the country. In addition to the magazines, Thomson Reuters publishes newspaper inserts and magazine special sections devoted to Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers was first published in 1991 by Law & Politics and was acquired by Thomson Reuters in February 2010. Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Super Lawyers can be found online at superlawyers.com where lawyers can be searched by practice area and location.

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