Lockridge Grindal Nauen is proud to announce that Eura Chang, Develyn J. Ferguson, and Erik Allerson have joined the firm as Summer Associates.
Eura Chang is a student at the University of Minnesota Law School, class of 2022. She graduated from Macalester College in 2015 with a double major in Political Science and Educational Studies. Prior to law school, Eura spent […]
Tribes in the upper Midwest have been at the forefront of developing novel strategies to respond to climate change, mitigate threats to critical ecosystems, protect traditional subsistence and harvesting practices, and advance Tribal resource, energy, and food sovereignty.
Employers are increasingly facing denials on employment-based visa petitions. As the numbers of denials increase, more employers are considering litigation against the government. LGN Partner David Asp has litigated several such cases in recent years on behalf of employers. He will speak at the 2020 Upper Midwest Immigration Law Conference sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers […]
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 | 2pm ET | 1pm CT | 12pm MT | 11am PT
Data breaches have become commonplace, harming organizations and individuals by causing disruptions, damaged reputations, and financial losses. In this new age of social distancing, hospitals, retailers, hotels, email providers, e-commerce companies, credit score companies, energy producers, manufacturers, government agencies, and web meeting platforms are […]
LGN associate Stephanie Chen was recently elected Vice President of Communications of the Minnesota Asian Pacific American Bar Association (MNAPABA). MNAPABA welcomes people of all diverse backgrounds and experience, creates opportunities for dialogue on issues of importance to Asian Pacific Americans (APA), and highlights APA issues to the legal community at large—most recently urging proactive leadership against COVID-19 […]
LGN Partner David Asp is providing pro bono legal services to NorthStar Neighbor, a new nonprofit that connects at-risk seniors with community volunteers through virtual modes of communication. Volunteers are then able to converse with isolated community members in need of assistance and check on their food supply and well-being, allowing Minnesotans to care for their neighbors during […]
Lockridge Grindal Nauen (LGN) is pleased to announce Amy M. Zhou and Abdulkadir A. Sharif have joined the firm’s state government relations team for the 2020 Legislative Session. Amy M. Zhou is a student at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, studying Political Science and Urban Studies. She is currently taking a semester off of school […]
LGN attorneys Kate Baxter-Kauf, Stephen Owen, Arielle Wagner, and Stephanie Chen attended the FBA Event “Cultural Competency: Cultivating the Talents of Diverse Attorneys” at the Minneapolis Club on February 19, 2020. Stephen Owen serves on the Newer Lawyers Committee of the Federal Bar Association for the District of Minnesota, which organized the […]
LGN Partner Kate Baxter-Kauf recently authored an article which was featured in The Hennepin Lawyer discussing the emergence of modern data breach litigation as a practice area in recent years. The article can be found here.
LGN Partner Brian D. Clark has been named Co-Lead Counsel in the Peanut Farmer Antitrust Litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia. The complaint alleges that Birdsong and Golden Peanut coordinated with one another in violation of antitrust laws to underpay farmers for runner peanuts, the primary type of commercial peanut raised. As a result, peanut farmers have […]
Lockridge Grindal Nauen is excited to announce its environmental law team has been selected as a Tier 1 Metropolitan “Best Law Firm” in environmental law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® in their “Best Law Firms” 2020 edition.
LGN Associate Stephanie Chen was recently featured in Twin Cities Diversity in Practice, where she provided tips and advice for law students, and described how TCDIP’s 1L Clerkship Program jumpstarted her career.
Ms. Chen was also featured in the Minnesota Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s monthly member spotlight, where she discussed the highlights of […]
LGN Partner David Zoll was recently featured in an MPR news article where he was extensively quoted discussing the public review process for the proposed Twin Metals mine in Northeastern Minnesota. Mr. Zoll discussed the Environmental Impact Statement process & how they guarantee projects will be well-studied and thoroughly analyzed.
LGN Partner Karen Hanson Riebel has been named Co-Lead Counsel in the Capital One data breach cases, the multidistrict litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia, in which over 100 million people were affected.
Ms. Riebel has served as co-lead counsel in three data breach MDLs, and has held leadership positions in several cases including Target and Yahoo!
LGN lawyers David Asp, Simeon Morbey and Elizabeth Odette serve as mentors to students at the University of St. Thomas School of Law through the school’s Mentor Externship Program. The program connects students with a legal professional working in the student’s area of interest to help them gain work experience, develop relationships and navigate […]
On November 7, 2019, partner Elizabeth Odette moderated a “Law Student Writing Workshop” at the University of St. Thomas School of Law. 37 students attended a panel discussion and then broke out to work one-on-one with an equal number of volunteer attorneys on a writing problem or their own writing samples. Both students and volunteers remarked that […]
Lockridge Grindal Nauen (LGN) is pleased to announce that Kevin J. Matzek will be joining the firm’s state government relations team.
Mr. Matzek, a highly-regarded political and policy professional with 19 years of experience in and around state government, has served as Chief of Staff for the Senate Republican Caucus since 2012. As the caucus’s top staff person, he has led […]