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Evan Nelson Elected as Secretary of Minnesota Eminent Domain Institute

May 13, 2019

Maslon is pleased to announce that Evan Nelson, attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, has been elected as Secretary of the Minnesota Eminent Domain Institute. The Minnesota Eminent Domain Institute (MEDI) is a non-profit corporation comprised of Minnesota attorneys who practice in the areas of eminent domain and relocation law, with 20-25 years of experience on average, and many of whom have appeared before Minnesota’s appellate courts. The main goal of MEDI is to promote the fair and equitable treatment of property owners, tenants, and displaced persons who have been impacted by governmental acquisitions of private property.

Evan focuses his practice on condemnation and eminent domain litigation, construction litigation, business litigation, and products liability defense. From pre-lawsuit counseling through appeals, he has represented clients in mediations, state courts, and federal courts. Additionally, Evan maintains an active pro bono practice while volunteering with the Pro Se Project and Volunteer Lawyers Network.

To learn more, visit: Minnesota Eminent Domain Institute.


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