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Twenty-Five Lindquist & Vennum Attorneys Named to Minnesota Super Lawyers 2010


MINNEAPOLIS – August 1, 2010 – Lindquist and Vennum is proud to announce that twenty-five (25) of the firm’s attorneys have been named by Minnesota Super Lawyers magazine as top attorneys in Minnesota for 2010. Only five percent of the lawyers in the state are named by Super Lawyers. 

The following Lindquist & Vennum attorneys were named Minnesota Super Lawyers in 2010:

  • David Allgeyer
  • John Bowden
  • J. Kevin Costley
  • Terrence Fleming
  • LB Guthrie
  • Robert Hartman
  • Wallace Hilke
  • Richard Ihrig
  • Mark Jacobson
  • John Laravuso
  • Bruce Little
  • James Lodoen
  • James McCarthy
  • Robert McLeod
  • Charles Moorse
  • Eric Nystrom
  • Randall Pattee
  • Thomas Pursell
  • Karen Schreiber
  • George Singer
  • Robert Tunheim
  • Mavis Van Sambeek
  • James Walston
  • Thomas Woessner


About Super Lawyers 

Selections for this esteemed list are made by the research team at Super Lawyers, which is a service of the Thomson Reuters, Legal division based in Eagan, MN. Each year, the research team at Super Lawyers undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area, and a good-standing and disciplinary check. 

Thomson Reuters, Legal publishes Super Lawyers magazines across the country. In addition to the magazines, Thomson Reuters, Legal publishes newspaper inserts and magazine special sections devoted to Super Lawyers. In 2010, Super Lawyers will reach more than 15 million readers. 

Super Lawyers was first published in 1991 by Law & Politics and was acquired by Thomson Reuters, Legal 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 where lawyers can be searched by practice area and location.

Duff, Christine
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