In this edition of POWER 30, we’re focusing on business litigation.
Todd Wind’s practice is fairly broad across the business litigation area, including M&A related disputes, commercial contract matters, minority shareholder claims, and antitrust and competition issues such as false advertising.
Plaintiff’s attorney Steven Wells calls Warren v. ACOVA a “substantial case in terms of dollars and complexity.”
Libretta “Libby” Stennes is a shareholder in the litigation group at Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
Family business litigation is often referred to as a divorce.
Many business litigators have noted some more vigorous interest recently in the federal government to investigate and regulate business.
Ronald Schutz, chair of the executive board at Robins Kaplan spends about half a day as chair of the firm and the other half practicing law, much of which revolves around intellectual property.
Noteboom has in recent years defended Juul Labs in litigation claiming it marketed vaping products to teens; the Otto Bremer Trust in its long-running dispute with Bremer Financial Corp.; and most recently Fleet Farm, against accusations of negligent handgun sales.
Matthew McBride is a commercial litigator who represents businesses in a broad range of industries including financial services, construction, retail, manufacturing and affordable housing.
In years of appellate practice and on the Minnesota Supreme Court, Chief Justice Eric Magnuson (ret.) has learned a few things about trial practice.
Dorsey & Whitney’s commitment to diversity is ongoing, notwithstanding the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent opinions, said Edward Magarian, long time board member and former chair of the firm’s policy committee.
Last fall, Christopher Madel had ankle surgery that kept him off his right foot for six weeks.
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