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Maslon Welcomes Labor & Employment Attorney Mary Knoblauch to the Firm

June 5, 2019

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of Labor & Employment Attorney Mary Knoblauch to the law firm’s partnership. With more than 25 years of dedicated service to clients, her experience further strengthens Maslon's capabilities across a key area of practice.

Mary has built a reputation for providing clients with service-oriented, practical counsel and zealous representation across business and employment-related disputes—earned through more than two decades of dedicated work. Employers appreciate Mary's prompt counsel across a full range of employment and labor law issues. She is exceptionally adept at advising clients on matters involving discrimination laws, leave laws, drug testing, wage and hour law compliance, legal developments under the National Labor Relations Act, employment agreements, situations involving the discipline and discharge of an employee, and development of employee handbooks and personnel policies.

Mary is also a seasoned litigator with particular emphasis on non-competes, unfair competition, employment contract disputes, and employment discrimination. She works closely with her clients to strategize and reach their desired outcome. She is agile, responsive, and attuned to the concerns of clients spanning a broad range of industries, including medical device, healthcare, consumer goods, financial services, food processing, and manufacturing.


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