Steve Schleicher Discusses Chauvin Murder Trial for International Association of Defense Counsel Annual Meeting
July 10, 2022
Steve Schleicher, a partner in the Litigation Group and co-chair of the Government & Internal Investigations Group, was interviewed about his role in the prosecution of Derek Chauvin for a program to be presented July 10 at the annual conference of the International Association of Defense Counsel in Berlin. "When the World Stopped: The George Floyd Trial" features Steve, with fellow special prosecutor Jerry Blackwell and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, discussing their trial strategy and preparation for dealing with the polarizing issues surrounding the case.
To learn more about Steve's role in the Chauvin trial, see: 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
Steve is a renowned trial lawyer with deep experience in high profile cases. He concentrates his work on high stakes criminal and civil litigation, government and internal investigations, and appellate practice.
In his white collar criminal defense practice, Steve represents individuals accused of financial crimes involving health care, agriculture, and corporate embezzlement. As a business litigator, Steve served as liaison defense counsel for a leading corn seed developer in a consolidated action involving over 65,000 plaintiffs, and he has represented a leading medical device manufacturer in product liability lawsuits in numerous state and federal courts across the country. Steve's investigations practice has included a high profile investigation of a private security company holding a contract at a major NFL venue that resulted in its termination; a data security breach and IP theft conspiracy at a major automobile manufacturer; and internal investigations and government compliance on behalf of health care providers, including hospital systems and physicians.