his position offers an opportunity for an attorney to build expertise and take on significant responsibilities in litigation matters across the country. LGN’s litigation associates play an important role in managing litigation, interacting with co-counsel and clients, taking and defending depositions, appearing in court, and drafting court filings. The person hired for this position will have the opportunity to take on increasing responsibilities in litigation matters in different practice areas.
The ideal candidate will have 3-8 years of litigation experience, strong writing ability, and a desire to develop litigation skills and take on increasing responsibility. LGN does not require specialized experience in a particular practice area, but class action or complex litigation experience is a plus. Most importantly, LGN seeks candidates committed to producing the highest quality legal work, practicing with the highest level of integrity, and providing excellent service to our clients.
LGN is committed to the value of diversity and inclusivity in our workplace and our community. LGN thus actively recruits qualified individuals regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or physical ability.
To apply please submit your resume to Becky Emmons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of LGN’s Federal Relations team took part in doing a deep clean of Shirley’s Place on Capitol Hill, a drop-in day center run by Everyone Home DC, a non-profit homeless resource and placement service.
Shirley’s Place offers people experiencing homelessness a safe and dignified place to spend their day off of the street. Shirley’s Place provides access to showers, laundry, restrooms, mail service, phones, computers, lunch, and social service referrals.
Everyone Home DC’s headquarters, where they provide a different set of services for their clients, is also located in the same building as LGN’s DC offices.
In May 2019, David Zoll participated in the Minnesota High School Cycling League’s Leaders Summit where more than 150 volunteer coaches met to discuss how to develop strong minds, strong bodies, and strong character through the sport of mountain biking. David has used this experience to help lead the Lakeville Mountain Bike Team and carry out the League’s mission of getting more kids on bikes. In addition, David and his family have provided eight hours of volunteer service to help support the League’s fall races.
Please join us in congratulating LGN associate Rachel Kitze Collins on being named an Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer. The recognition highlights lawyers in their first 10 years of practice who have already distinguished themselves by their professional achievements and leadership service in the community.Read more
LGN Paralegal Carey Johnson volunteered at The Shooting Star Foundation’s annual Celebrate the Star auction. The Shooting Star Foundation, co-founded by Ms. Johnson’s friends Joe and Melissa Biller, provides financial assistance for early-interventional therapy for special needs children from birth to age six to enhance life-changing development during this critical period.
The Shooting Star Foundation is proud to be a 100% volunteer organization. Learn more at www.shootingstarfoundation.org
Congressional leaders and the White House announced a budget deal at the end of July to raise federal spending limits for fiscal years 2020 and 2021 and outlined an informal agreement to avoid partisan policy riders, clearing a path for action on fiscal 2020 appropriations this fall. The Senate passed the budget bill by a vote of 67-28 after the House passed the same measure by a vote of 284-149. The two-year budget deal sets top-line spending levels, but Congress still needs to approve a package of 12 appropriations bills, or pass a temporary funding extension, to avoid a government shutdown when current funding expires at the end of this month.Read more
LGN partner Yvonne Flaherty was selected to the Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyer guide. The guide presents a curated look at the best of the U.S. plaintiff bar who specialize in representing individuals who have suffered injuries from accidents, pharmaceuticals, civil rights abuse and other torts. Ms. Flaherty is one of only five lawyers in Minnesota to receive this designation.Read more
Lockridge Grindal Nauen will be co-hosting a CLE session on the topic of labor trafficking alongside The Advocates for Human Rights on Friday September 6th from 9:00-10:30am at our offices in Minneapolis.Read more
- Federal Government Relations
- Government Representation
- Health Care Law
- Intellectual Property
- Mass Torts
- Personal Injury, Defective Drugs, and Medical Devices
- Political Law
- Products Liability & Consumer Fraud Litigation
- Real Estate & Land Use
- Securities Litigation
- State and Local Government Relations
- Tribal Government Representation