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David Schultz Featured in Article for Minnesota 2012 Super Lawyers® Magazine
July 25, 2012
David Schultz, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, is featured in the Minnesota 2012 Super Lawyers magazine. The annual issue includes the Minnesota attorneys recognized on the 2012 SuperLawyers and Rising Stars list, and features selected attorneys and their noteworthy stories. The article, "The System Does Not Always Work," profiles David's legal career including his 11 years working in the Attorney General's Office (AGO) under Hubert H. Humphrey, his thriving litigation practice at Maslon focused mainly on medical device product liability claims and medical malpractice cases, and gives special attention to his work on pro bono death row cases.

"[David] developed a reputation as a tenacious investigator and skilled trial lawyer who could speak equally convincingly to juries and judges. He became the attorney others in the office sought out for a second opinion or guidance on a matter even when it was outside of his area. Not only is he bright and very capable, he's willing to help," shared a former colleague at the AGO.

The article closes with a defining statement made by David in his interview, "I care about justice and our legal system. It feeds my soul."

David Schultz is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Practice Group and focuses his practice on trial and appellate work in healthcare/medical malpractice and medical devices, intellectual property, commercial litigation, and civil and criminal fraud. David served on the Board of the Innocence Project of Minnesota for six years. David's work on the Innocence Project reflects his long-standing passion for fairness in our justice system. He has been recognized on the Minnesota Super Lawyers® list from 2003 - 2012.

To read the full article on David Schultz, go to The System Does Not Always Work.

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