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Attorneys Scott Aberson, Stephanie Bitterman, and David Suchar Elected as Partners of the Firm
December 31, 2013
Maslon is pleased to announce that attorneys Scott Aberson, Stephanie Bitterman, and David Suchar have been elected to the Firm's Partnership, effective January 1, 2014. The election acknowledges their tremendous skill, professionalism, and commitment to client service.

Scott Aberson practices in Maslon's Litigation Group. He represents major manufacturers, financial institutions, business entities, and individuals in complex commercial disputes in the areas of tort and product liability, business torts and breach of contract actions, business ownership and governance disputes, and intellectual property litigation. Scott has successfully represented both plaintiffs and defendants in multiple state and federal courts across the country.

Stephanie Bitterman practices in Maslon's Litigation Group where she represents clients ranging from small business owners to large corporations throughout all stages of litigation. Stephanie has experience in a wide range of high-stakes business disputes, including minority shareholder and creditor disputes, insurance coverage disputes, construction defect claims, business contract disputes, non-compete and ERISA matters. Stephanie takes a strategic and practical approach to litigation, keeping her clients' business objectives at the fore. She also volunteers pro bono legal service for Minnesota Wills for Heroes and the Children's Law Center of Minnesota.

David Suchar practices in Maslon's Litigation Group. He is a trial lawyer with substantial experience representing clients in complex civil litigation. A former federal prosecutor, David has acted as first chair or second chair trial counsel for a variety of bench and jury trials in courts across the country. He has also interviewed and examined hundreds of witnesses, and taken and defended dozens of depositions in a wide range of business litigation cases.
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