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Twelve Maslon attorneys named to 'SuperLawyers' List by Law & Politics

July 27, 2006

Twelve of Maslon's attorneys were named to the "2006 SuperLawyers" list in their areas of practice by Minnesota Law & Politics. Maslon's attorneys were ranked among the best in 10 different practice areas.

Each year Law & Politics sends out about 16,000 ballots to Minnesota attorneys and asks them to rank their peers within 55 different practice areas based on case outcomes, experience, representative clients, professional honors, and community service among other factors. The SuperLawyers for 2006 are listed in the August issue of Law & Politics.

Maslon's 2006 SuperLawyers are:

Appellate Law: David Herr and Mary Vasaly
Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights: Clark Whitmore
Business Law: Jerome Simon
Business Litigation: Jonathan Parritz, Bill Pentelovitch, and Richard Wilson
Construction Law: James O'Connor
Employment and Labor Law: Thomas Sipkins and Howard Tarkow
Estate Planning and Probate: Susan Link
Real Estate: Charles Bans and Karen Bjorkman
Securities and Corporate Finance: Martin Rosenbaum

Maslon attorneys Susan Link and Mary Vasaly will also be highlighted among the top 100 women attorneys in Minnesota by Law & Politics .

Founded in 1956, Maslon is an 81-attorney commercial law firm based in Minneapolis. Maslon specializes in the areas of business and securities, financial services, bankruptcy, commercial litigation and arbitration, appeals, tax, trusts and estate planning, employee benefits, insurance, labor and employment, intellectual property, real estate and construction law.


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