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William Pentelovitch, left, the unofficial “firm historian” at Maslon LLP, and Cooper Ashley, chair of the firm’s governance committee, know their firm carries an important legacy within Minnesota's legal profession. The "Jewish" law firm started in the 1950s in St. Paul because of the anti-Semitism in Minneapolis. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)
William Pentelovitch, left, the unofficial “firm historian” at Maslon LLP, and Cooper Ashley, chair of the firm’s governance committee, know their firm carries an important legacy within Minnesota's legal profession. The "Jewish" law firm started in the 1950s in St. Paul because of the anti-Semitism in Minneapolis. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)

What’s in a name? A lot, say Maslon attorneys

Even though the name Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand took effect in 1978, it never really rolled off people’s tongues.

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