Jon Parritz Named Co-Chair of Twin Cities Cardozo Society
The Twin Cities Cardozo Society is an affinity group for Jewish attorneys, judges, and law students, created by the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul and the Minneapolis Jewish Federation.
Howard Tarkow to be Honored with 2016 Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award by the Cardozo Society
Created in memory of Sidney Barrows, the award is given annually to a "senior" attorney or judge in the Twin Cities who exemplifies excellence in his/her practice, community service in the Jewish and general community, and life-long learning.
Maslon Attorneys Serve as Pro Bono Counsel in Lawsuit Filed to Force the Release of Squad Camera Videos Documenting the Philando Castile Shooting
Haley Schaffer, Melissa Muro LaMere, Erica Holzer, and Jevon Bindman join co-counsel Teresa Nelson of the ACLU-MN to file lawsuit on behalf of the ACLU-MN.
Karen Bjorkman Appointed Vice Chair of MSBA Real Property Certification Board
Karen will serve a three year term with the board made up of leaders from the Real Property Section.
Eran Kahana Interviewed in Twin Cities Business Magazine Article on Cybersecurity Insurance
The article discusses the increasing interest by the business community in cybersecurity insurance, "a type of coverage that has boomed alongside cybercrime in recent years."
Innocence Project of Minnesota and Maslon Gain Release of Wrongfully Convicted Client After 10 Years in Prison
Mr. Terry Olson—a man wrongfully convicted of murder—is being released from prison following successful representation by Maslon attorneys and the Innocence Project.
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