LGN attorney Rick Linsk was reappointed to a three-year term as a member of the Minnesota Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on the Rules of Public Access to Records of the Judicial Branch. The order by Chief Justice Lorie S. Gildea was announced November 20, 2018. Mr. Linsk practices civil litigation with LGN and previously was a […]
LGN attorneys and staff, including the firm’s employment law team, took part in the firm’s 40440 community service initiative last week when they partnered with St. Stephen’s Human Services to prepare and serve a meal at a local shelter in Minneapolis.
LGN Attorney Rick Linsk and Summer Associate Kasia Kokoszka Explain Minnesota CLE Denials Process in Bench & Bar
In this month’s Bench & Bar, LGN attorney Rick Linsk and Summer Associate Kasia Kokoszka explore the process and procedures the Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education uses to approve or deny a course for CLE credit, as well as an unusual case where a course’s approval was revoked after the fact by the board due […]
As part of LGN’s 40440 initiative, the firm’s Washington, DC-based Federal Relations team was joined by attorneys Karen Hanson Riebel, Heidi Silton, Anna Horning Nygren, and Simeon Morbey to deliver several bags of donated winter coats, hats, and gloves to Central Union Mission in our nation’s capitol.
Central Union Mission […]
LGN named a Best Law Firm for Environmental Law, Environmental Litigation, and Product Liability Litigation
The 2019 rankings were based on more than 1,125,000 law firm assessments and over 107,000 client evaluations.
To be eligible for a ranking, a firm must have […]
LGN partner Joe Bruckner was a session leader and presenter at the Cambridge Antitrust Litigation Forum on October 21-23, 2018. The Forum comprises 48 leading antitrust litigators from across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, each of whom is personally selected based on their expertise. Joe and others led discussion of challenges facing antitrust litigants, antitrust […]
LGN Partner David Asp taught a two-day seminar on the topic “Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Indian Country”
LGN Partner David Asp taught a two-day seminar on the topic “Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Indian Country” last week. The seminar, designed by Asp, focused on multiple aspects of the opioid crisis that affect tribal communities, including unique issues relating to tribal health care entities and programs addressing the crisis, litigation regarding the opioid crisis, and increased […]
Brian Clark and Elizabeth Odette talk “A Day in the Life of a Plaintiffs Lawyer” for ABA Antitrust Section webinar
LGN partner Elizabeth Odette recently moderated a webinar panel for law students hosted by the ABA Antitrust Section. LGN partner Brian Clark also presented on drafting a complaint and case development as part of the webinar, which focused on what it is like to represent Plaintiffs in antitrust litigation. Event details here. […]
Lockridge Grindal Nauen was proud to partner with our client, the Minnesota Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs, to organize a Lieutenant Governor candidate forum on youth issues featuring the two nominees for Lieutenant Governor – Rep. Peggy Flanagan and Lt. Colonel Donna Bergstrom (USMC, retired). Thank you to both candidates for participating and Camille Williams of KARE11 for moderating! […]
LGN Partner Brian Clark led the 4th Annual Complex Litigation e-Discovery Forum (CLEF) last week at the Minneapolis Club. The event, which Clark co-founded in 2015, is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for complex-litigation attorneys to share experiences, and discuss lessons learned and best practices surrounding electronic discovery issues unique to the plaintiffs’ bar.
More than 70 attorneys from across the […]
LGN Partner David Zoll was recently featured on the Paul & Jordana Show on WCCO Radio to discuss campaign finance law and the 25th Amendment to the Constitution. Mr. Zoll discussed the campaign finance implications of Michael Cohen’s recent plea deal, and the possibility that the 25th amendment could be invoked
Mr. Zoll has […]
LGN attorney Arielle Wagner was elected as the Vice President of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association (MAIBA). MAIBA is a non-profit organization of American Indian attorneys, law students, and officers of tribal courts. Arielle will serve as the Vice President for the 2018-2019 MAIBA year.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Today, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed Eric Tostrud of Lockridge Grindal Nauen P.L.L.P. to the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
“We are proud and thrilled. Eric will be an outstanding judge on the federal bench,” said Dick Lockridge on behalf of the firm.
For nearly 40 years, Lockridge Grindal Nauen P.L.L.P. has served public and […]
LGN Partner Karen Hanson Riebel spoke as part of a panel on September 6 addressing the challenges emerging technologies pose to privacy and data security as part of the Disruptive Technologies Seminar at the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology. The panel focused on the technical and legal concerns for companies seeking to comply with evolving customer and […]
Congratulations to LGN partners Richard Lockridge, Charles Nauen, Susan Ellingstad, and Yvonne Flaherty for being named by Best Lawyers to their 2019 Best Lawyers in America list. They were recognized for their work in the following areas:
- Richard Lockridge – Securities Litigation
- Charles Nauen – Environmental Law & Environmental Litigation
- Susan Ellingstad – Employment Law – Individuals & Employment Law […]
Congratulations to LGN attorney Kate Baxter-Kauf on being named a Top Lawyer Under 40 by Law360. Kate was selected for her work in the Cybersecurity & Privacy area, and was the only Minnesota attorney named of the 168 lawyers recognized.
Kate has been extensively involved in the emerging area of data breach litigation, representing financial institutions and consumers in […]
Brian Clark is a co-founder of the annual Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum and teaches an e-discovery seminar at the University of Minnesota Law School. […]
North Star Lawyers are MSBA members who have provided 50 hours or more of pro bono service to low-income individuals or organizations that serve economically […]
On July 10, 2018 Susan Ellingstad co-presented a CLE on “Emerging Issues in Pay Equity” for Minnesota CLE providing an update on developments in pay equity law, significant recent court rulings, and related emerging trends.
LGN hosted its seventh annual associate marketing event last month at Penny’s. More than 50 people were in attendance at the yearly gathering.