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Thirty-One Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2013


Thirty-one lawyers from Lindquist & Vennum were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013 (Copyright 2012 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, SC).

Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Because Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey in which more than 36,000 leading attorneys cast almost 4.4 million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas, and because lawyers are not required or allowed to pay a fee to be listed, inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honor. Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice.”

Amy Arndt
David A. Allgeyer
John Bowden
Thomas D. Carlson
Craig A. Christensen
Scott A. Coleman
Robert F. Collins 
J. Kevin Costley 
Terrence J. Fleming 
Daniel R. Fritz 
LB Guthrie 
Robert J. Hartman 
Richard Ihrig 
Mark A. Jacobson 
Steven J. Johnson 
Howard Kenison 
Harrie F. Lewis 
Bruce H. Little 
James A. Lodoen 
Lee A. Magnuson 
David R. Melloh 
Harold G. Morris, Jr. 
Charles P. Moorse 
Heath Oberloh
Dennis M. O'Malley 
Edward J. Wegerson
Karen Schreiber 
John C. Smiley
Mavis J. Van Sambeek
Nancy B. Vollertsen
William P. Wassweiler

Duff, Christine
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