Craig Davis is completing his year as past chair of MSBA’s Antitrust Section, and was elected as an emeritus member of the Antitrust Council. He joins Joe Bruckner and Heidi Silton as emeritus members. Craig Davis also presented to the annual meeting on recent developments in class actions as part of a continuing legal education panel on “Antitrust Year in Review.”
Each year, the publication recognizes the top achievements in the Minnesota legal profession. Recipients are chosen based on their leadership, involvement in major cases or other newsworthy events, excellence in corporate or transactional services, and public service.
The three LGN attorneys were recognized alongside a group of attorneys who represented more than 22,000 Minnesota farmers, as well as tens of thousands from across the country, in a class-action against Swiss-based Syngenta, one of the world’s largest producers of seeds and crop chemicals.
Rob Shelquist heads up the firm’s consumer protection and products liability litigation practice groups. During the course of his career, he has represented individuals, small businesses and corporations in a wide range of civil litigation including defective and mispriced products, securities and ERISA, anti-competitive conduct, privacy, and the use of sharp business practices, fraud, misrepresentations, and other statutory violations in conjunction with the sale of goods and services. In addition to being recognized as an Attorney of the Year for 2017, Rob has been named a Minnesota Super Lawyer each year […]
LGN attorney Craig Davis presented a “Contracting For Indirect Services And Indirect Materials Workshop” for the Twin Cities chapter of the Institute For Supply Management on September 21, 2017. His course included business and supply chain risks, pricing terms and conditions, and non-price terms and conditions.
LGN attorney Craig Davis was recognized by the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Antitrust Section as the Section’s outgoing Chairperson. Immediate Past Chairperson Dan Hedlund presented Craig with a plaque of recognition for his leadership and service to the Antitrust Section at the Section’s annual meeting on May 11, 2017.
The list of these lawyers was printed in a full page advertisement in the Star Tribune last week.