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Jon Parritz Named Co-Chair of Twin Cities Cardozo Society
October 04, 2016

Maslon is pleased to announce that Jon Parritz, head of Maslon's Competitive Practices/Unfair Competition Litigation Group, has been named co-chair of the Twin Cities Cardozo Society. The Twin Cities Cardozo Society is an affinity group for Jewish attorneys, judges, and law students, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul and the Minneapolis Jewish Federation. Its mission is to strengthen bonds among legal professionals through educational, social and philanthropic activities, and offer opportunities for communal involvement and leadership. Jon will serve a two-year term.

Jon is head of Maslon's Competitive Practices/Unfair Competition Litigation Group and also a member of its Business Litigation, Labor & Employment, and Intellectual Property Litigation Groups. He has more than 30 years' experience handling complex litigation matters for individual and organizational clients in a wide variety of industries and professions, including insurance, finance, healthcare, med-tech, manufacturing, retailing, computer forensics, education, telecommunications, law, and medicine. Jon devotes a substantial portion of his practice to litigation and counseling clients regarding issues pertaining to employment, executive compensation and benefits, wage and hour law, trade-secret protection, and enforcement of non-compete and confidentiality agreements, as well as a wide range of commercial litigation matters. He served on the Twin Cities Cardozo Society Steering Committee for two years prior to being named co-chair. Jon is also a past president of the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul and has served as a board member and volunteer for numerous community organizations and foundations.




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