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Thirty Lindquist Attorneys Named 2012 Super Lawyers


Lindquist & Vennum is pleased to announce that 30 of its attorneys have been named 2012 Minnesota Super Lawyers and will be recognized in upcoming issues of Minnesota Super Lawyers magazine, Twin Cities Business, and Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

In addition, 13 attorneys have been named 2012 Rising Stars.

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.

2012 Super Lawyers 

David Allgeyer 
Frank Bennett 
John Bowden 
Jonathan Bye 
Robert Collins 
John Ekman 
Terry Fleming 
LB Guthrie 
Bob Hartman 
Robert Hennessey 
Wally Hilke 
Rich Ihrig 
Mark Jacobson 
John Laravuso 
Bruce Little 
Jim Lodoen 
Jim McCarthy 
Bob McLeod 
Chuck Moorse 
Eric Nystrom 
Mark Privratsky 
David Sasseville 
Karen Schreiber 
George Singer 
Bob Tunheim 
Daryle Uphoff 
Mavis Van Sambeek 
Jim Walston 
Bill Wassweiler 
Tom Woessner 

2012 Rising Stars 

Mark Dietzen 
Mark Enslin 
Dan Gilchrist 
Chris Grgurich 
Kirstin Kanski 
Brittany Pearson 
Marya Robben 
Dan Sacco 
Nicole Siemens 
Sam Sigelman 
Christopher Smith 
Karla Vehrs 
Richelle Wahi

Duff, Christine
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