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Midwest Real Estate News Ranks Lindquist & Vennum on “Best of the Best” 2013 List


Lindquist & Vennum’s real estate practice has been recognized by Midwest Real Estate News as one of the top law firms in the publication’s annual “Best of the Best” list and the top rated firm in Minnesota. The firm was ranked sixth overall in the Midwest this year, moving up four places from last year’s position at #10.

Lindquist & Vennum’s real estate practice attorneys completed 817 transactions last year, with a value of $3,304M. Law firms named to the list were ranked based on the value of all deals closed in 2012.

“We are very pleased to be recognized once again in this manner by Midwest Real Estate News,” stated LB Guthrie, co-chair of Lindquist & Vennum’s real estate practice. “Our Lindquist & Vennum real estate practice has grown in strength over the last several years and is now one of the premier groups in the Midwest. We are proud to serve so many clients who, deal after deal, choose us as their valued partner.” 

The Lindquist & Vennum real estate practice works with owners, managers, landlords, tenants, investors, and developers of commercial, office, retail, industrial, and mixed-use properties on every aspect of negotiation, financing, and contract preparation. The practice group handles a variety of real estate transactions, litigation, and environmental matters, drawing on the collective talents of the group’s more than 30 business and litigation attorneys.

Midwest Real Estate News, published by RE Journals, is considered the region's premier commercial real estate magazine.

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