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Tom Pack Named as a 2019 Business of Pride Honoree by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

The award recognizes outstanding LGBTQ+ business leaders, allies, and advocates in the Twin Cities metro area who are making a difference in advancing equality.

Eran Kahana Interviewed for Spark Podcast on Artificial Intelligence Art

The episode discusses AI art and the questions that it has raised regarding the nature of art, creativity, and authorship.

David Suchar Exclusively Recognized as the U.S. Representative in Who's Who Legal's Worldwide Ranking of Future Leaders in Construction Law

The Who's Who ranking recognizes a select list of 53 partners and 43 non-partners worldwide as Future Leaders in construction law—and David is the sole ranked partner from the United States.

Maslon UPLIFT: Legal Institute for Teens Holds Mock Trials at Maslon LLP and the University of Minnesota Law School

Maslon UPLIFT was created to offer middle school students who reflect the rich diversity of the Twin Cities engaging opportunities to learn about the legal field, criminal justice, and the court system from volunteer attorneys.

Maslon Welcomes Attorney Bob Koneck to the Firm

Bob Koneck focuses his practice on business litigation. He joined Maslon after a clerkship with Judge Joan N. Ericksen of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota

Maslon Meets the Pro Bono Institute's 2018 Pro Bono Challenge

The Law Firm Pro Bono Challenge is a commitment made by major law firms around the country in which firms must devote three percent of their billable hours to the provision of pro bono legal services.

Justin Rose Featured in Hennepin Lawyer's New Attorney Spotlight

In the "New Lawyers Spotlight" feature, Justin shares his experience working with the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota.

Melissa Muro LaMere Appointed by Governor Walz as Fourth Judicial District Member of the Commission on Judicial Selection

Keiko Sugisaka reappointed as an at large member of the Commission on Judicial Selection


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