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David Schultz Recognized as "Top 40 Intellectual Property Attorney" in Minnesota Law & Politics
May 27, 2009
David Schultz is recognized as a "Top 40 Intellectual Property Attorney," in the June/July issue of Minnesota Law & Politics.

Each year Law & Politics sends out approximately 16,000 ballots to Minnesota attorneys and asks them to rank their peers within 55 different practice areas based on case outcomes, experience, representative clients, professional honors, and community service among other factors. The "Top Attorneys" list represents those lawyers who received the highest point totals in their practice area in the 2008 Minnesota Super Lawyers nomination, research and blue ribbon review process. View full details on the selection process.

David Shultz is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group focusing on trial and appellate work in intellectual property, mass tort, product liability, civil and criminal fraud, as well as commercial litigation. He has also developed a practice in conducting public and private investigations.

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