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William Pentelovitch Named to the 2009 List of "Top 40 Business Litigation Attorneys" in Minnesota Law & Politics
February 06, 2009
William Pentelovitch, partner in Maslon's Litigation Practice Group, was named to the 2009 list of "Top 40 Business Litigation Attorneys" published in the February/March 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 40 Business Litigation Attorneys" list represents those attorneys who received the highest point totals for the practice area in the 2008 Minnesota Super Lawyers® nomination, research and blue ribbon review process. View full details on the selection process.

William Pentelovitch is a trial lawyer with 34 years of experience and hundreds of jury and bench trials, as well as dozens of appeals in state and federal courts to his credit. He has also tried dozens of arbitrations. He practices nationally in the area of non-compete, trade secret and unfair competition litigation, and is a leading authority in Minnesota in the area of ownership and governance disputes in corporations and partnerships. Pentelovitch has been named to the list of the "Top 40 Business Litigation Attorneys" consecutively for the last six years and many times prior. He has also been listed in Best Lawyers in America for the past thirteen years and as one of the top nine commercial litigation attorneys in Minnesota by Chambers & Partners for each year since it began publishing Chambers USA.

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