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David Schultz Elected Chair of the Board for the Innocence Project of Minnesota
March 19, 2007
Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand, LLP, is pleased to announce the recent election of David Schultz as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Innocence Project of Minnesota (IPMN).

The Innocence Project of Minnesota (IPMN), part of the National Innocence Network, provides investigative and legal assistance to inmates with provable claims that they are actually innocent of the crimes they are imprisoned for. IPMN also works to raise public awareness about the prevalence and causes of wrongful conviction as well as promotes substantive legal reforms to prevent future wrongful convictions.

David Schultz is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Practice Group focusing on trial and appellate work in intellectual property and commercial litigation, and civil and criminal fraud. He has also developed a practice in conducting public and private investigations. Prior to being elected to Chair, Schultz served as Secretary of the Board for the IPMN (2002 to 2006).

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