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Emily Rome Appointed to Serve as Co-Chair of Maslon's Litigation Practice Group

September 16, 2013

Maslon is pleased to announce that attorney Emily Rome has been appointed to serve as co-chair of the Litigation Practice Group. As co-chair, Emily will work to define and shape the strategy and direction of the practice, with attention to client service, attorney training and development, and competitive effectiveness.

Emily Rome is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and has successfully represented businesses in complex commercial disputes, including product liability claims, business torts and fraud actions, and breach of contract claims. She represents large and small businesses in all forums: federal and state courts, mediations, and arbitrations. In doing so, Emily has significant experience helping clients navigate all stages of the litigation process.


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