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Maslon Welcomes Litigation Attorney Jim Long to the Firm

October 18, 2019

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of Litigation Attorney Jim Long to the firm. With more than three decades of dedicated service to clients, his significant experience trying cases and counselling businesses in the areas of antitrust law, franchise law, and dealer/distribution law further strengthens Maslon's capabilities across key areas of practice.

Jim has successfully represented clients in multiple state and federal courts across the country; handled numerous arbitrations; managed DOJ, FTC, and state attorney general antitrust investigations; and argued appeals in the Seventh and Eighth Circuit Appellate Courts in addition to several state appellate courts.

Jim is currently chair of the MSBA Antitrust Section and teaches a franchise law class at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. He regularly counsels clients on a variety of antitrust issues as well as issues involving franchise law and statutes that regulate the relationships between manufacturers and dealers or distributers.

Jim dedicates considerable time to pro bono service each year and has been recognized as a North Star Lawyer by the MSBA since the award's inception, which celebrates members who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services each year. He received the 2016 Pro Bono Publico Distinguished Service Award by the Hennepin County Bar Association.


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