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Chris Sur Featured in Minnesota Monthly Magazine Article on the Keys to Happiness

August 5, 2014

Chris Sur, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, is featured in an August 2014 Minnesota Monthly article titled "3 Keys to Happiness." The article details three ways in which people—and specifically Minnesotans—achieve happiness: having an active lifestyle, doing meaningful work, and keeping strong family and social bonds.

Chris, an avid bicyclist year-round, is photographed engaging in a winter bike race on cross-country ski trails, and is quoted in the article's section on the importance of having an active lifestyle in Minnesota. Chris shares that, although he is exhausted after biking through the wind and the cold, he feels "completely at peace with the brutal Minnesota winter (although that could be the endorphins)."

To read the full article online, go to: Minnesota Monthly "3 Keys to Happiness."

Chris Sur, a partner is Maslon's litigation group, represents both individuals and businesses in a wide variety of matters involving commercial litigation and business torts. He has litigated matters involving minority shareholder disputes, claims of breach of fiduciary duty, and claims of misappropriation of trade secrets. He has also handled complex multi-party litigation, including antitrust litigation involving the defense of clients in large indirect purchaser actions; complex indenture trust litigation; federal and state statutory securities fraud cases; and related common-law fraud claims. Chris also represents clients in intellectual property matters, including proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.


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