Congratulations to Maslon Attorney David Schultz—Appointed U.S. Magistrate Judge for the District of Minnesota
Magistrate Judge Schultz took the oath of office in the U.S. Courthouse in St. Paul on February 7, 2017.
Steve Schleicher Selected as a 2016 "Attorney of the Year" by Minnesota Lawyer
Steve was selected for his remarkable work on the prosecution team that resolved the Jacob Wetterling case.
Steve Schleicher Interviewed on 5 Eyewitness News on KSTP-TV Regarding Jacob Wetterling Case
The segment discusses the legal strategy behind solving "one of the biggest mysteries in Minnesota."
Susan Link Selected as 2017 (Real) Power 50 Winner by Minnesota Business Magazine
The magazine states, "The business professionals on the list are the linchpins in their company; the connectors in their industry; the remarkable players in the Minnesota business community with a knack for getting things done."
Bill Pentelovitch Quoted in Star Tribune Article Announcing Retirement of Longtime ACLU-MN Executive Director, Chuck Samuelson
As the current ACLU-MN Board Chair and longtime engaged attorney, Bill joins with other key representatives of the legal community to pay tribute to Samuelson's significant contributions.
Jevon Bindman Appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court Rules of Evidence Advisory Committee
Jevon is one of eight new members appointed to serve a three-year term effective January 1, 2017.
Maslon Welcomes Attorney Steve Schleicher to Its Litigation Group
Steve has over 21 years' experience as a trial lawyer and will concentrate his work on high stakes civil litigation and products liability cases as well as investigative and white-collar criminal matters
Maslon's Art Collection Featured in Minnesota Lawyer
The article discusses the extensive art collection on display at the firm and details the origins of the collection, stemming from the 1930s, "when Sam Maslon first began haunting the galleries and ateliers of New York, Minneapolis and elsewhere in search of collectible art for both his office."
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