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Maslon's Margo Brownell Elected Chair-Elect of the American Bar Association's Business Litigation Committee of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section

May 4, 2004

Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand, LLP attorney, Margaret (Margo) Brownell, has been appointed Chair-Elect of the Business Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association's Tort Trial & Insurance (TIPS) Practice Section. She will begin serving a one-year term as Chair-Elect on August 9, 2004, and will take over as Chair at the ABA's annual meeting in August of 2005.

The TIPS Business Litigation Committee exists to provide a forum for discussion and presentation of issues relating to business litigation. The Committee puts on CLEs at ABA meetings, teleconference CLEs, publishes an Annual Survey of developments in the area of business litigation in the TIPS Journal, puts out a newsletter, and runs a web site for its members.

Ms. Brownell is a member of Maslon's litigation group, focusing her practice in the areas of insurance coverage counseling and litigation and business litigation. She is a 2000 cum laude graduate from the University of Michigan Law School, where she was a Managing Articles Editor of the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform. Ms. Brownell received her B.A., cum laude, in 1984 from Barnard College, Columbia University. Before attending law school, Ms. Brownell was a journalist, writing articles and editing for publications such as Newsweek International, New York Observer, The Nation, and science and medical publications.

The Maslon Law Firm is a 76-attorney commercial law firm based in Minneapolis, with depth of experience in the areas of business and securities matters, commercial litigation, and financial services law.


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