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Keiko Sugisaka Interviewed by Network of Trial Law Firms

December 9, 2019

Keiko Sugisaka, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and member of the firm's Governance Committee, was featured in an interview in the Network of Trial Law Firms' November 2019 Newsletter. The interview highlights Keiko's current practice, her past work at the Minnesota Attorney General's Office, and what sets her apart as an attorney.

"…I think my professional background helps to differentiate me as I have a robust blend of public and private experience. I’ve also been told that I’m particularly good at connecting with people and establishing trust….I find it a privilege to be trusted to help others with their legal problems. I keep this in mind when approaching each of my matters, regardless of the size of the client or dollar amount at issue."

To read the full interview, go to: Meet Network Member: Keiko Sugisaka.

Maslon participates in the The Network of Trial Law Firms, a not-for-profit association of independent trial law firms in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1993, The Network of Trial Law Firms' mission is to connect the world’s leading corporations with world-class legal experts. Their membership is comprised of 5,000 attorneys in 24 separate and independent trial law firms practicing in over 120 offices throughout the United States.


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