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Maslon Attorneys Recognized on 2021 Minnesota Super Lawyers® List

The Minnesota Super Lawyers® designation is given to only 5% of Minnesota attorneys each year.

Maslon Attorneys Recognized on 2021 Minnesota Rising Stars List

The Minnesota Rising Stars designation is given to only 2.5% of Minnesota attorneys each year.

Cyri Van Hecke Elected to Serve as Vice Chair of the Law Committee of American Railway Development Association

The American Railway Development Association (ARDA) serves as the trade association for the North American railway industry.

Ann Motl and Evan Nelson Selected as 2021 'Up & Coming' Attorneys by Minnesota Lawyer

The recognition highlights lawyers distinguished by their professional accomplishments, leadership in the community, and commitment to their profession.

Peter Doely Elected to Serve as Member of the Minnesota State Bar Association Construction Law Section's Governing Council

The Construction Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association helps improve the practice of construction law in Minnesota and provides opportunities for continuing education.

Maslon Welcomes Partner Sara Sidwell to the Firm

Sara brings extensive experience representing and advising both large and small employers in all aspects of employment law.

Maslon Partner Steve Schleicher Serves Pro Bono as Special Assistant Attorney General on AG Ellison's Prosecution Team for the Trial and Sentencing of Derek Chauvin

After nearly a year of dedicated pro bono service as part of Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison's prosecution team for the trial of Derek Chauvin, Maslon Partner and veteran trial attorney Steve Schleicher stood with the AG's team for the June 25 sentencing of Derek Chauvin.

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