Maslon Featured in Minnesota Lawyer Article Regarding New Firm Name
The article speaks to the emotional aspect of the name change for a firm that carries a legacy "that is important to the history of the legal profession in Minnesota."
Maslon Elects Attorneys Sarah Horstmann and Michael Sampson to the Firm's Partnership
The election acknowledges their tremendous skill, professionalism, and commitment to client service.
Maslon Featured in Star Tribune Article Regarding New Firm Name
The article describes Maslon as "a fixture in the Minneapolis legal community for 60 years" and notes that the name change "formalizes what has been reality for the past several years."
Terri Krivosha Authors Book on Founding a Startup
Founding a Startup: What You Need to Know, is a comprehensive roadmap for anyone planning to start a business or in the early stages of founding a business.
Maslon Elects New Governance Committee; Cooper Ashley to Serve as Chair
Cooper Ashley, who has served on Maslon's Governance Committee since 2003, is joined by Mike McCarthy, member since 2014, and Paul Chestovich, a newly elected member of the firm's Governance Committee.
Terri Krivosha Featured on WCCO's Jordana Green Show Regarding Founding a Startup
During the conversation, Jordana asks Terri what the makings are for a successful startup, and Terri responds "What's most important is not the idea, but the team that will help execute on the idea."
Geoff Jarpe Named President of the American Board of Trial Advocates: Minnesota Chapter
The primary purpose of the American Board of Trial Advocates is the preservation of the civil jury trial under the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Maslon Recognized as "Leading Minnesota Firm" in 2015 Chambers USA; Ten Attorneys Recognized as "Leaders in their Field"
The rankings are the result of extensive client interviews and research to assess technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and reflect a law firm's pre-eminence in key practice areas.
Cooper Ashley Quoted in Minneapolis Star Tribune on the Legal Strategy for the Federal Toyota Case
The article reports on the federal case against Toyota Motor Co. that had closing arguments on January 28, 2015, in which "the attorney for the driver suing the automaker unveiled his theory for what caused a 2006 fatal crash."
David Herr Quoted in U.S. Supreme Court Decision
Speaking to a unanimous Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg adopted a rule stated in David's treatise which the Court quoted in the opinion and described as a "sensible solution" to an issue that had generated inconsistent results.
Terri Krivosha Quoted in Upsize Minnesota Article on Building a Solid Foundation
The article gives a synopsis of the October 2014 Upsize/Club Entrepreneur event featuring Terri and four other experts sharing tips to help any business owner get off on the right foot.
Maslon Sponsors 11th Annual Minnesota Cup Competition; Shawn McIntee, Terri Krivosha, and Bill Mower Serve as Minnesota Cup Review Board Members
Minnesota Cup supports emerging entrepreneurs from across the state through events, educational programming and the largest statewide new venture competition in the country to help launch and accelerate the development of their new ventures.
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