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Twelve Maslon Attorneys Recognized in "2009 Minnesota Super Lawyers®" List by Law & Politics

July 31, 2009

Twelve Maslon attorneys are recognized in the "2009 Minnesota Super Lawyers" list published in the August issue of both Minnesota Law & Politics and Twin Cities Business. Maslon's attorneys are ranked among the best in ten different practice areas.

Maslon litigators David Herr, Bill Pentelovitch and Mary Vasaly are also named as "2009 Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers." The "Top 100" list features attorneys who received the highest point totals in the 2009 Minnesota Super Lawyers balloting, research, and blue ribbon review process.

Law & Politics employs a rigorous, multiphase process to select attorneys for Super Lawyers. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third-party research. Each candidate is evaluated on the following 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts and settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors and awards; special licenses and certifications; position within law firm; bar and or other professional activity; pro bono and community service as a lawyer; scholarly lectures and writings; education and employment background; and other outstanding achievements. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis. View full details on the selection process.

Maslon attorneys recognized in the "2009 Super Lawyers" list are:

Alternative Dispute Resolution - William Mullin
Appellate Law - David Herr (Top 100)
Business Litigation - Cooper Ashley, Bill Pentelovitch (Top 100), Jon Parritz, Richard Wilson
Construction/Surety - James O'Connor
Employment and Labor - Howard Tarkow
Estate Planning and Probate - Susan Link 
Intellectual Property Litigation - David Schultz
Personal Injury Defense: Products - Lawrence Purdy
Real Estate - Charles Bans

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