David Bradley Olsen’s phone rings more often when the Henson Efron shareholder handles another high-profile case.
Alana Bassin, partner at Bowman and Brooke, likes that her product liability work involves more than practicing law.
Attorney Jeff Storms, owner at Newmark Storms Dworak in Minneapolis, likes arguing cases at the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Michael Florey’s intellectual property litigation caseload has covered everything from pacemakers and concrete retaining walls to dialysis machines and lawn ornaments.
Daniel Oberdorfer went from covering attorneys as a newspaper reporter on the courts beat to practicing law as a partner at Stinson.
Kay Nord Hunt began working as an appellate advocate for Lommen Abdo before there was a Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Name: Christopher Madel Title: Partner, Madel PA Education: B.A., economics & political science, Macalester College; J.D., University of Michigan Law School Christopher Madel describes his niche as a partner at Madel PA in Minneapolis as “the really big problem.” Tackling those problems often involves high-profile investigations, which Madel has done in matters ranging from the[...]
Matthew Ralph likes tackling antitrust and other complex litigation cases.
MacGillis founded the firm in 2003 with Craig Trepanier.
Kris Fredrick, partner at Quarles & Brady, is expanding his intellectual property practice.
Attorney Nancy Haas, who chairs the governmental relations division in Messerli Kramer’s St. Paul office, lobbies on clients’ behalf at every legislative session. Lobbying work aside, a yearly highlight for Haas, a licensed peace officer, is serving on the State Fair police force.
Mark Fiddler’s first career was in the restaurant business. But something was missing. “Serving rich people,” Fiddler said, “wasn’t feeding the intellectual passion and my desire to change the world.”
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